Dilwale

Director: Rohit Shetty

Producer: Gauri Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment)

Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Bowman Irani, Jonny Lever, Varun Sharma

The film starts with Raj (Shahrukh Khan) getting nightmares of his drastic past. At one part, he plays the role of a dangerous don, Kali and at another part he has a heart of gold. He falls in love at the first sight with Meera (kajol). But her identity is revealed in the later parts. As the film proceeds we get to know the real face of both Raj and Meera who were separated 15 years ago due to a huge misunderstanding. Another side of the film focuses on Veer (Varun Dhawan) and Ishita’s (Kriti Sanon) love story.  They play the role of a charming couple who in order to marry each other tries to convince their guardians.

But the film complicates when we see, in order to talk about Veer and Ishita, Veer’s brother Raj goes to talk to Ishita’s sister. There, after 15 years this lovely couple Raj and Meera meets. It is needless to say that the relationship of Veer and Ishita is instantly broken. But these young lovers are desperate and try to find out the past of Raj and Meera. The story then brings out many truths.

Alongside with all these, what enthralls the viewers is the fiery chemistry of Shahrukh and Kajol, the brilliant brotherhood portrayed by Raj and Veer, the charming personality of Kali and the twists at every part of the film. Though the film is not a perfect one for the science-fiction fans or the action freaks, it will win the hearts of Srk-Kajol fans and the romance lovers.

A special mention is to be made of the heart-melting songs of Arijit Singh like ‘Gerua’ and ‘Janam Janam’, which captures every heart.

The remaining twists are better enjoyed, sitting with your friend on the comfy seats of your nearby cinema with an extre-large cheese pop-corn! So grab you tickets and venture in the romantic aura of "Dilwale". For the critics who may find many faults, "Bade bade desho mein aisi chhoti chhoti bate hoti rehti hain (Such small small things keep happening in big big countries"

Class XI, Gokhale Memorial Girls’ School