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Dilwale's Quick Review: Lacks a decent plot and freshness!
Despite having a dull script, watching Dilwale can be a fun if you leave your brain outside the theatre. The best part about the movie is that Kajol is back and that too opposite SRK. The duo have given us many memorable classics in the past.

With Dilwale, which is in the headlines for lot many reasons, director Rohit Shetty is back and so is his signature style. You will see many cars exploding for no reason (some real ones too as reported), besides many racing cars and about a million cartwheeling.

Dilwale is all about 'get entertained but don't try to find sense' while watching it. However, one thing that is worth watching is the chemistry between the lead pair. It is still mesmerizing as it always was. Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon are another pair in significant roles. In fact, they are the ones who recreate the the same old story of 'khandaani dushmani' we have been watching since childhood.

Dilwale's story revolves around Raj (Shah Rukh Khan), who was once a don. Raj has a brother called Veer (Varun Dhawan) who means the world to him. Veer meets Ishita (Kriti) and falls in love with her. Both enjoy their typical love affair but problems arise when it gets revealed that Ishita is the sister of Meera (Kajol). The story takes another turn as both Raj and Meera have many secrets and unfinished stories to tell.

The film has some funny dialogues and the songs are soothing. Rohit Shetty's trademark stunts and picturisation of the songs are decent or at least you will enjoys the locales. The problem lies with the film's script, which is said to be the life of any film. Lack of storyline, pace, and sense makes the film dry.

However, if you are an SRK fan, and love the Jodi of Shah Rukh-Kajol, you can give it a try. Watch it with popcorn so that you at least something to munch on.

Statutory Warning: Don't expect anything sensible out of the film!

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