CAST & CREW
Just like the name of the film, Kill Dill definitely puts your heart to a state of rest.
Plot: The plot is set in the capital city, Delhi. Professional shooters, Tutu (essayed by Ali Zafar) and Dev (essayed by Ranveer Singh) are employed under a local thug, Bhaiyaji (essayed by Govinda). For both Tutu and Dev killing is no big deal until the latter meets Disha (essayed by Parineeti). Soon love blossoms between the two. Dev’s love and admiration for Disha forces him to get rid of his old notorious past. This decision doesn’t go down well with his mentor, Bhaiyaji. Even though the first half of the movie is somewhat entertaining and intriguing, post interval, it makes an impression that the movie was getting wrapped up in haste.
Analysis: It is sometimes silly to think how one can make such a film with a team of promising actors like ‘Govinda’, Parineeti Chopra and Ranveer Singh. After ‘ Saathiya’’s hit, expectations were high regarding Shaad Ali’s directorial stint in Kill Dill. But despite his good efforts, the abysmal script didn’t save the film from faring low at the box office.
Star performances: Yes, once again, Ranveer Singh has stolen the show! In comparison to all other actors, the energy and enthusiasm let out by Ranveer is in a way unmatched. Despite being the negative lead, Govinda does an incredible job. Audiences might feel lucky to see this yesteryear actor once more grooving to the dance moves. Ali Zafar also needs mention here, as he does a convincing job as the second lead actor.
What’s Not There? Well, unfortunately something that is very saddening is the actress’s wardrobe. Parineeti’s dress stylist has dressed her up in rather unflattering outfits, and almost all the dresses are too small for her. It seemed like the viewers were forced to concentrate more on her manicured nails than on the crux of the story.
Verdict: Despite many flaws, Kill Dil is a perfect movie to oust your boredom.
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