Release Date: 18 December 2015
CAST: Shahrukh Khan; Kajol; Varun Dhawan; Kriti Sanon; Boman Irani; Varun Sharma; Jonny Lever
Director: Rohit Shetty
I can’t get enough of Dilwale and their perfect cast and their perfect songs. I think the writers did a fantastic job. I enjoyed how the story unfolded.
The film begins with Raj (SRK) having nightmares of his violent past. In that past life, he was a badass. A don. He was known as Kaali then. He meets and falls in love with Meera (Kajol). Fast-forward to 15 years later, and we have Veer (Varun Dhawan) and Ishita (Kriti Sanon) falling in love. They tell their guardians and Raj goes to meet Ishita’s sister none other than Meera. The young lovers’ relationship is immediately shot down and the young lovers take it upon themselves to find out the real story behind Raj and Meera’s hostility.
It began 15 years ago when Kaali and Meera were both badasses.
“Since we’ve turned decent the entire world has turned rogue,” Raj
What I loved most:
^ The film was bright and colorful and very beautiful.
^ I loved the brotherhood portrayed by Raj and Veer! After you watch this film, you’ll be calling up your brother or your sister, heck! Even your parents just to tell them you love them. I liked that Veer didn’t flip out when he found out that Raj was not his blood brother. I’m tired of films where the one who harbors this huge secret is confronted and there are a lot of hasty decisions.
^ Veer was anti-drug.
^ The five minutes date thing between Kaali and Meera. That was too darn cute!
^ The plot twist where Meera is the badass that Kaali should’ve feared. Man! I was begging Kaali to shoot that daughter of a bitch! His poor heart!
^ Badasses gone good and their relatives didn’t find out about their past. I absolutely love this because sometimes some stories are better left in the past.
^ Every single song was beautiful, but I can’t stop listening to Rang De Tu Mohe Gerua and Janam Janam. Raj and Meera’s tango was beautiful. SRK should do Dancing with the Stars, but then it wouldn’t be fair.
^ SRK-Kajol chemistry is still fiery at 22 years old.
Dilwale is a good balance of drama, action, romance, and comedy. I recommend this film and not because SRK is Bae. This movie made me really happy and I can’t wait to pick it up on DVD. Thanks for this guys.