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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Dishoom

Directed by: Rohit Dhawan
Produced by: Sajid Nadiadwala and Sunil A Lulla
Written by: Hussain Dalal (dialogues)
Screenplay by: Rohit Dhawan,Tushar Hiranandani
Story by: Rohit Dhawan
Starring: John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Akshaye Khanna and Jacqueline Fernandez
Music by Songs: Pritam
Background Score: Abhijit Vaghani
Cinematography: Ayananka Bose
Edited by: Nitin Rokade, Ritesh Soni
Production company: Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
Distributed by: Eros International
Release dates: 29 July 2016


Storyline:
When India's top batsman goes missing in the Middle East, two cops from either side of the Arabian Sea team up for a 36 hour manhunt.


Know more about the captain of the Ship, the director:

Rohit Dhawan is the son of very famous director David Dhawan. He has been directed a lot of amazing movies in his career. His mother is Karuna and younger brother is Varun Dhawan made his entry into Bollywood as an actor with Karan Johar's film called 'Student Of The Year'. Anil Dhawan, who is an actor is his paternal uncle. Rohit is married to Jaanvi Desai Dhawan on 10 February 2012.
Rohit made his directional debut with movie 'Desi Boyz' and he has also worked as an assistant director for the movie Partner and Don 2.


My Gut Feel and comments:

I have seen few interviews of Rohit Dhawan son of ace director David Dhawan after watching the trailer of Dishoom. I found Rohit a sincere director who is confident and knows his art well. He already delivered a hit movie Desi Boyz although it was indeed an average movie.
I case of Dishoom although with the backing of Sajid Nadiadwala as extravagant producer film seems lacking the eventual punch and higher a chance of this turning out to an average movie with a graph going up and down with some inconsistent screenplay.
John and Varun’s pairing reminds pairing of Abhishek Bachchan and Uday chopra’s pairing of Dhoom franchise.

Although the subject of the movie is fresh however treatment seems repetitive which disallows this movie to turned out to be an above average movie.  No doubt it has the masala which does appeal to mass audience however even chances of box office success somehow seems less.
I love to go wrong and wish it to turn out to be an entertainer however chances are quite low going by my instinct.
Going by my gut feeling I am giving Dishoom 2.5 stars out of 5, four days before the release. 





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