What Is Good
- Action sequences
What Is Bad
- Some Melodramatic scenes
The movie opens with a flashback sequence where the lead actors (SRK and Varun) are in their late twenties. Both Raj (SRK) and Meera (Kajol) are getting united after 15 years. But they both are from opposite gangster families. Their fathers Vinod Khanna and Kabir Bedi shared an intense rivalry. Each time these gangs meet, there are definitely lots of car chases and gun battles. On other hand, there comes Veer (Varun Dhawan) who is Raj's baby brother. He never knew about his family's past. He gets into love with Ishita (Kriti Sanon) who is a girl next door. Veer confessed his love for Ishita in front of Raj and ask for his help. And at this juncture, Raj reveals a secret which he has been hiding for a long time. What follows next is what 'Dilwale' all about.
Shah Rukh Khan is the show stealer. He proves that he can carry the whole movie all by himself. Kajol is pretty and gorgeous. But she still has a long way to go. The chemitry between the lead pair is absolutely top notch. Even after all these years, they take the screen by magic. However this is not 'DDLJ'. The relationship factor is different here. Rohit shetty never disappoints and SRK dares with some daredevil stunt sequences. The lead pair lights up the screen with 'Gerua' song. Varun and Kriti are cute and vibrant. They did add some values to the story. Varun Dhawan pulls off this one with utmost ease. The love between Kriti and Varun is also so perfect. Rest of the characters have done justice to their roles.
Technical wise also the movie is brilliant. Sajid-Farhad duo's dialogues are absolutely top notch. They carry the movie forward. Pritam Chakraborty's music is an added plus. Songs are soothing to ears and we already provided lots of review. Dudley's cinematography catches the exquisite scenery. The romance oozes out of SRK and Kajol. Bunty Nagi's editing is crisp. Rohit Shetty has crafted some dare devil stunt sequences and that is another big positive aspect. You just can't find any flaw with technical department.
The story is not a new one. It is something similar to Rajini's 'Baasha'. But the screenplay is the main key. The movie is filled with comedy and laced with drama. The pre-interval block is one of the nail biter material. 'Daayre' song is one of the hidden gem and it is a treat. The movie doesn't have any vulgarity, skin show from the lead actresses. But still it is a treat. The movie will definitely bring family audience to theaters. A perfect family movie.
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