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Orphaned, lonely and neglected Aditya grows up in Great Britain, living with his abusive aunt and cousin, Rajesh, and the abuse grows worse after the passing of his uncle. Aditya will soon find out that he is not alone in this world - he has a mother, Rani Jayati; a sweetheart in Sonia; he is watched by angels; and he also has a virtually indestructible arch-enemy - Riz Raizada, who had killed his father, the legendary Drona, to secure the secret of the Amrit Manthan - and is now all set to kill the Rani as well as Aditya himself.Written by
Weak script, miscast Abhishek and utterly inept film-making
A horrendously miscast Abhishek Bachchan is just one of many problems plaguing 'Drona'. It's apparent that the film's makers were so obsessed with grand locations and glitzy costumes that they forgot about the script. Many of the action sequences come across as poor rip-offs of Dhoom 2. Abhishek is a fine actor but he's clearly not right for the role. Priyanks Chopra is the only actor to emerge unscathed. Kay Kay is horribly over the top as the demonic villain. Too long to qualify even as a guilty pleasure, Drona is simply an example of inept film making. Avoid.
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