CAST & CREW
Dishoom is an Indian action film written and directed by Rohit Dhawan RohitDhawan is a young talent rising to the top in >> Read More... . It is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala Sajid Nadiadwala is undoubtedly one of the most in >> Read More... under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment.
Plot: India and Pakistan are playing a bilateral series in the Middle-East and India is leading the series. Suddenly, India's top rated and most successful batsman of the series, Viraj goes missing before the decisive match of the series. Indian ministry gets a video regarding his kidnapping stating that Viraj will be killed if India wins the final match. Panicked by this, India government asks his secret agents, Kabir and Junaid to start searching for Viraj without anyone noticing them.
On their search, the meet Ishika, a suspicious character but still they takes her help. Wagah, the kidnapper, gets to know about this and becomes more cautious. What happens next with Junaid and Kabir on the mission, forms the crux of the story.
Analysis: The movie is no brainer, and you will not need any logic to understand it. It has a weak plot and fails to support the development of incidents that takes place. However, if you are fun loving, you are going to like this movie. The repetitive witty conversation between Junaid and Kabir keeps the mood light even in tense situations. The screenplay is slow, but you it gets managed by one-liners. There are not many nail-biting scenes and fails to justify the big promotions stating it to be taut action packed movie. The dialogues are the soul of the movie, and the audience will love the tweedy ones which keep them occupied with laughs. The music of the movie is already rocking the charts and are catchy in the cinematic environment.
Star Performances: Varun has rocked the screen with his performance and perfect dialogue delivery. Kabir has also managed to get the attention of the audiences with his hard rock attitude and carefree emotions. Jacqueline is average and does not get much screen to offer something to the audience. Akshaye Khanna is the villain in the movie and has looked like one with his appearance and acting. The direction has been ok, and Rohit needed to be more precise with his narration. He also needs improvement in the screenplay. Ritesh Soni has done an average job as an editor and should have put more efforts to make it more precise.
What's there? The movie has great comedy and some gripping action sequences to make it a masala entertainer. The music is already on the lips of the youth, and it adds the pleasure in the experience. The one-liners are great and proves to be an asset for the actors.
What's not there? It lacks a proper and logical plot to make it more interesting. The narration needs more precision to make the audience stuck to their seats. The screenplay is slow throughout the movie, and the it can be trimmed a bit to make it to the point.
Verdict: The movie on a whole is very entertaining. It stars the big names, and you don't watch to miss the amazing chemistry between them.
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