DVD - 2016 | Hindi
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Dilwale is the story of the underlying love Raj and Meera have for each other. Set in a tumultous environment, Raj and Meera deal witht the conflict between their respective families and the repercussions of merciless violence between them. But not all love stories are destined to have happy endings. Simultaneously, Veer and Ishita meet and fall in love. The twist is that Veer is Raj's brother and Ishita is Meera's sister.
Publisher: Mumbai :, Reliance Big Entertainment,, 2016.
Branch Call Number: HIN DVD FEATURE DIL
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (155 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Aug 04, 2017

I actually really liked this film. I even had a few favorite scenes that I just kept watching over and over again. It was fun but also interesting to watch as the love story progresses. With the exception of the movie Baazigar, I always like SRK and Khajol together. They're just extremely good.

egyptian27 Jul 20, 2017

Bad plot and the chemistry of Kajol and SRK that you see in their past films together, I dont really see it here due to the script. Whats up with the colorful set? They went overboard with that, it felt like they were in a Candyland type setting.

Aug 29, 2016

A lot of expection for the reunion fo SRK and Kajol. Perhaps the director, Rohit Shetty, was the wrong guy to bring the movie couple back together. Shetty basically made the car chases and bad jokes the stars of the movie while squeezing in the SRK-Kajol as well as Varun Dhawan-Kriti Sanon in generational Romeo and Juliet plots. Great to see SRK and Kajol onscreen together. That's a given. Never got the feeling, however, it was a great movie for them because it was so scattered.

GKGIA Jun 29, 2016

The movie is extremely fast paced. To such an extent in fact that it leaves the plot and the viewer way behind.

The acting of the main characters is extremely confusing and unrealistic while the supporting cast does just an awful job. The story line does not make any sense.

Mostly all you see are expensive cars being destroyed for no apparent reason and European locations.

Parineeta Jun 21, 2016

Rohit Shetty's brand of dramedy is not for everyone, especially not me. I try to avoid his films but he always manages to cast some of my favorite Bollywood stars and I can't ignore their repertoire. Here he has cast one of Hindi cinema's most beloved on-screen couple SRK and Kajol as star-crossed lovers and for each time they are on screen, it's a treat even when they are at odds with each other. Boman Irani, John Lever and Sanjay Mishra form an ace trifecta to provide comic relief from the more dramatic scenes but sadly all three were underused. The less I say about the horrendous script, Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan's acting, the better. Sorry Mr. Shetty, Slapstick dramedies may be your thing but you really suck at it.


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