- Genre: Romance, Drama
- Cast: Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon
- Director: Rohit Shetty
Rohit Shetty is back to his favourite place Goa with the total crue of his latest film ‘ Dilwale ’. The duo (Shahrukh and Kajol created magic on screen). The film is a romantic one with lots of action but the plot is unfortunately soulless.
The story of ‘Dilwale’ revolves around two rival families who have youngsters in love with each other, and the story starts after a 15-year separation. Hence the obvious crux of the movie is about facing violent conflict between their respective families to overcome all problems. The audience opines that the movie has a predictable script, but some masala such as Rohit Shetty’s direction, gravity-defying action scenes, melodious music, amazing choreography of songs, beautiful locales, silly-slapstick comedy and picturisation are the elements that keep the viewers engaged.
The plot goes back to the concept of 80’s and 90’s when history repeated itself in future and the hero had to face adverse consequences. Here in Dilwale the duo brothers, Veer (Varun Dhawan) and Shah Rukh Khan as Raj, finds history repeating itself when the younger one falls in love with a girl Ishita (Kriti Sanon). The other supporting characters includes funny don king Boman Irani and Johney Lever. Critics pointed them out as the latest version of Vasooli Bhai from the Golmaal franchise. Kajol as Meera seems to have become matured Simran gives us some sparkling moments to see in the movie.
The movie strengthened the relation of Kajol and Shah Rukh with ‘sun’. In Kabhi Khusi Kabhi Gum the romantic moments between the couple was accompanied with a song named “sooraj hua madham” and in this movie they again have the” dhoop ” and “chawon” funda of the sun and the moon in their romantic song ‘Gerua’. The plot in totality reminds us of many other movies but the package presented this time by Rohit Shetty is worth visiting the cinema halls atleast once.