Cast:John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Akshaye Khanna, Jacqueline Fernandez
Banner:Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment
Producer:Sajid Nadiadwala, Sunil A Lulla
Release Dt :Jul, 29 2016
The story of Dishoom revolves around the kidnap of Indian cricketer Virat Sharma (Saqib Saleem) two days before the final match between India and Pakistan. Special Task Force Agent Kabir Shergill (John Abraham) will be asked to investigate the case and he picks up Junaid Ansari (Varun Dhawan) to help him in the case. They happen to meet Ishika (Jacqueline Fernandez) during the investigation who happens to be a pick-pocketer through which they trace an important link. The rest of Dishoom is all about how Kabir and Junaid solves the case. Watch Dishoom to know about the rest.
The first half of Dishoom has been just ok as the film has many unwanted episodes balanced with interesting scenes. The execution has been so bad that the film will be liked by those who leave their brains at home before entering the theatres. Some of the logics have been completely ignored however Varun Dhawan has taken charge and entertained the audience to the core. On the whole the first half has been decent.
The second half of Dishoom is responsible for the film to fall flat. It fails in all the available ways as the director failed to keep the audience engaging. The entire film has been highly predictable and is boring.. John Abraham has been utterly wasted and some of the action episodes have been shot interesting. The antagonist in the film has been completely ignored which fails to balance the movie. On the whole, the second half of Dishoom is a total disappointment.
John Abraham has been showcased as a non sense guy spotted with cigarette all over showing his bulked body. He hardly had scope to perform. Varun Dhawan has been electrifying and he has been assigned a decent role that had good comedy touch. Jacqueline Fernandez has been sizzling throughout and she delivered out her best for the movie. All the other actors have been decent.
The story of the film has nothing new to reveal and it has been narrated during the trailer launch. The screenplay lacks interest and the dialogues have been ok. The production values have been grand and the movie has been shot across some beautiful locales of Dubai. The songs have been ok and the cinematography has been good. Rohit Dhawan comes out with a fady and outdated action entertainer which will bomb badly.
Dishoom Final Word
John Abraham and Varun Dhawan fails to keep the audience engaged despite of some daredevil stunts because of the outdated presentation.