Much awaited movie featuring the 90s and early 2000s hit jodi SRK and Kajol....we didnt need any other reason than them to watch this. Rohit Shetty took the magical jodi and put them in his favourite location and toys and made 'Dilwale'
Movie stars SRK (Raj - patented name na), Kajol (Meera), Varun Dhawan(Veer) and
Kriti Sanon(Ishita), alongwith Boman Irani, Sanjay Mishra, blink and you miss Kabir Bedi and Vinod Khanna
The Brothers Raj and Veer, are in picturesque Goa, modifying cars - what else??? and Veer is tongue tied when he has to patao Ishita(issue). For some strange reason, they want to head into marriage quickly and approach Raj to speak to Issue's sister. Elder brother and Elder sister meet and then all hell breaks loose....into flashback... Meera and Raj (then called Kaali) knew each other and were in love.Fate had other plans and they were separated due to the age old formula of misunderstanding (when they had phones, why ant they just call/txt each other to clarify).
Kaali was a gangster heir apparent and Meera was a street artist. HE let all the past at Bulgaria and started afresh in Goa, and always doting on his baby brother that you will feel diabetic.
Cut to present, Meera firmly says no to the alliance and starts making unreasonable demands to the younger siblings' marriage. Typical Bollywood provides the fodder to make her say yes to this including forgiving Kaali/Raj and they all live happily ever after...
What I Liked:
Kajol looks amazing
SRK is back to his Chak De sexy look (stubble suits him)
Gerua - it'll give u goosebumps and wish you were in the song too
Comic relief from Boman and Sanjay Mishra(Apple Singh)
What i didnt like:
No solid Script - all coy paste from Raj/Rahul moments over the years
It's a No brainer Bollywood masala, which Rohit Shetty took a the audiences for a ride in a wobbly car than the swanky ones he blows up