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Once upon a time in North India, two killers - Dev and Tutu, roamed free. Abandoned when young and vulnerable, Bhaiyaji gave them shelter and - nurtured them to kill. All is normal in their lives until destiny throws free-spirited Disha into the mix. What follows is a game of defiance, deception and love. Played by Ranveer Singh (Dev), Ali Zafar (Tutu), Parineeti Chopra (Disha) and Govinda (Bhaiyaji), Kill Dil is an entertaining thriller about guns and romance.Written by
Worth the watch, especially if you're a Ranveer fan!
With such a star cast, you can't blame anyone for going to watch this film with a lot of expectation. Even then you look at Shaad Ali's portfolio of work with Saathiya (hit), Bunty aur Babli (hit) and Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (super flop) and you wander whether there is a trend somewhere? Nevertheless, Kill Dil has you hooked at certain points, but lets you go in too many.
The first half of the film is excellent - fast paced and at the intermission you kind of have a feeling of what is to come and you're pretty excited but the second hand drags and is the real let down. Also the numerous amount of songs put the film down majorly. It is like every 10 minutes they need to sing and dance - why?! Yes I understand the film is also a comedy and has romance, but some of the songs were neither appropriate or decent! Whilst Bollywood continues to do this, it will also be far far away from Hollywood. The comedy is though, at times brilliant! Ranveer is rib-tickling funny with his silly dialogues and mannerisms.
Down to performances, and naturally as expected Ranveer Singh steals the show. The guy is fantastic and post Gunday, delivers yet another reputable role to his portfolio. Ali Zafar oozes class. He not only looks brilliant on screen with his long hair and beard, but brings that calm manner to the screen so well, while Ranveer is the energetic one. Their friendship on screen is shown very well and does remind of you of Jai Veeru in some ways. Parineeti Chopra looks a million dollars and plays her part with ease, however I think she needs to consider different types of roles that challenge her. Govinda is brilliant and it's good to see him back, albeit as a villain. I appreciate he was playing a Gangster, but there was no explanation into why he wanted to kill so many people?!
The music of the film is okay, but not amazing. The title track, Sajde and Baawre are my favourites. The rest of the songs are average and picturised even worse.
Overall Kill Dil is worth the watch for sure, and certainly go watch it for the performances, especially Ranveer's.
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