Bollywood : Dishoom Movie Review And Rating
Produced by : Sajid Nadiadwala, Sunil A Lulla
Written by : Hussain Dalal (dialogues)
Screenplay by : Rohit Dhawan, Tushar Hiranandani
Story by : Rohit Dhawan
Starring : John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Akshaye Khanna, Jacqueline Fernandez
Background Score: Abhijit Vaghani
Cinematography : Ayananka Bose
Edited by : Nitin Rokade, Ritesh Soni
Story : Dishoom
How did Kabir and Junaid manage to save Viraj?
Performance of Actors
John Abrahamn did a complete justice to the role Kabir. He has put a decent and impressive performance. The role required lot of variations and the actor was successful in dealing with the role of a serious cop. Junaid role played by Varun Dhawan also came out well. Varun Dhawan also did a great job in the film but at times with unnecessary comedy, he irks the audiences. Varun Dhawan needs to improve a lot in terms of performance. He was struck with an image and he should seriously be trying something to come out of it. Shakib Salim is good as per the limitations of his role and he performed well in the film. Akshay Khanna who is back to films after a gap impressed all with his negative role. Jacquiline impressed all in her role as Ishika. She is glamorous. At the same time, Nargis Fakri also makes magic with her film. Parineethi Chopra makes a cameo appearance in the film.
Tecnical Team Performance
The music of the film has been a major highlight. Pritam has scored beautiful songs. The music really helped the film to bring in the crowds. Abhijith’s Back Ground Score was added as an extra advantage and an additional asset for the film. Ayinanka Bose cinematography is brilliant. On a whole, the technical team has been brilliant in the film and everyone excelled in their own departments.
‘KORADA’ Take On Dishoom
There isnt the required effort that went in making or cooking up the story for the film. The dialogues were good but at times they did not go well with the audiences. The climax falls flat and disappoints big time. On a whole, Dishoom does not offer something new but tries to entertain you in parts.