Dishoom Movie Review, Rating
Directed by Rohit Dhawan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala. Dishoom is an action-adventure movie filmed in Abu Dhabi. Dishoom has been aggressively promoted before the release.
The film, which is a fictional story about the India’s top batsman Viraj (Saqib Saleem), who goes missing in the Middle East, just before the final match between India and Pakistan.
Review and Rating of Dishoom Movie
Dishoom has a routine story, but an interesting screenplay with all commercial ingredients keep the film goes entertained. There are some humorous scenes that engage the viewers in the first half. The second half is also entertaining with some fight and romance sequences.
Just before an India-Pakistan cricket face-off in the Middle East, top Indian batsman Viraj (Saqib) is kidnapped. India’s external affairs minister, sporting a big bindi, receives a video with a Pakistani kidnapper threatening to kill Viraj.
Muttering ‘Is news se dange ho sakte hain’, Ms. MEA sends in India’s secret weapon, chain-smoking top-cop Kabir (John), assisted by Junaid (Varun).
Kabir and Junaid find Ishika (Jacqueline), a hot chor, and several suspicious characters including cricket aficionado Wagah (Akshaye) and rock-faced Rahul Dev, playing Altaf from ‘Abudhin’, a nation of tigers and terrorists.
Dishoom is made electric by Junaid and Kabir’s chemistry. Varun plays a funny guy with typically perfection but John is surprisingly good.
The one liners are stars in themselves, whether it’s Junaid scolding Kabir, “Gana pasand nahin tha, toh bol dete – music system todne ki kya zaroorat thi?” or a brilliant little to-and-fro about iPads and Lagaan, the dialogues keep you giggling, even in tense moments.
- Akshay Kumar Special Appearance
- Production Values
- Background Score
- Engaging Screenplay
- Predictable Storyline
Dial Palamuru Rating: 3/5
Dishoom movie is a commercial pack with all elements in it. Akshay Kumar steals the show with his cameo role.
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