Dilwale Movie Review

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Dilwale Movie Review

Release Dt : Dec, 18 2015
  • Banner  :

    Red Chillies Entertainment

  • Director  :

    Rohit Shetty

  • Producer  :

    Gauri Khan

  • Music  :

    Pritam Chakraborty

  • Cinema Rating  :

    333 3

  • Cinematography  :


  • Editing by  :

    Bunty Nagi

  • Starring  :

    Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon

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Dilwale Story

Dilwale starts with a scene where both brothers Shah Rukh Khan and Varun Dhawan are in their late twenties. Raj (SRK) and Meera (Kajol) gets united after 15 years. But they both are from gangster families, who maintain a tough rivalry, with the opposite ones. Vinod Khanna and Kabir Bedi are the two gangsters.

On the other hand, Veer (Varun) who is unaware of all the rivalries, family is involved, falls in love with Ishita (Kriti Sanon). Veer confesses his love for Ishita, in front of Raj and asks his support. It was then Raj reveals something which was hidden from Veer for a long time. The consequences that follow, is what Dilwale all about.

Dilwale Analysis :

Dilwale Movie Review

Expecting a new story in the present films, has already become out of question and Diwale is not an exception for it. But if you can observe well, you can relate to Rajinikanth’s Baasha movie. But it was managed well with the stylish screenplay.

The story is similar to Baasha, it does not mean, that Dilwale is a serious subject. The movie has several comedy episodes, which are hilarious. Especially the pre-interval block gives the edge of the seat experience. No skin show can be expected from Kajol or Kriti Sanon. The movie is away from vulgarity and can still entertain all sections of audience, with top notch action sequences, comedy timings etc.

Dilwale Performance :

No doubt, King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, has roared in a king size avatar. Though the movie has several characters, one can still feel that, Shah Rukh carried the movie on his shoulders. Coming to Kajol, she is like back with a bang. Not disappointing her Jodi with SRK again, the makers have been successful in recreating the screen magic. When DDLJ showed one type of magic between the couple, Dilwale shows a fresh approach, which can be still liked by the fans of this evergreen Jodi.  
Varun Dhawan acted with an ease and that can be felt on the screen. His chemistry with Kriti, would be lovable. The rest of the characters have done justice to their roles.Dialogues of Sajid and Farhad are the best they gave, which has the ability to move the movie, forward. Music by Pritam Chakraborty is an added advantage. All the songs are well pictured. Dudley's cinematography is on the top notch. Bunty Nagi's editing is fine. Rohit Shetty has designed some stunt sequences, which he never did it previously. Those sequences take the movie to the next level. His directional skills are absolutely excellent.


Final Word:


Dilwale is a wholesome entertainer that can be watched with your entire family. Sharukh and Kajol at their best.

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