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D-Day

In theaters : July 19, 2013

D-Day
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D-Day
3.2
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3.2/ 50 - 1,211 Ratings 13

Critic rating:

3.4/5 - 8 Ratings

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Verdict: D-Day starts off as a gripping thriller backed by great acting, but melodrama and an underdeveloped villain might disappoint.

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Plot: 9 years ago Wali Khan (Irrfan Khan) was sent into Karachi, Pakistan, by the Chief of R&AW Ashwini Rao (Nasser) to report the activities of the Most Wanted Man in India. 9 days ago Rudra Pratap Singh (Arjun Rampal) Indian Armed Forces, MARCOS unit, Zoya Rehman (Huma Qureshi) R&AW Explosives expert and Aslam (Akash Dhaiya) a petty thief from the streets of Mumbai, recruited by R&AW infiltrated Pakistan to join Wali Khan and carry out the mission to bring back The Most Wanted Man in India. The man who was going to break all ISI protocol and security and attend his own sons wedding. The man who could on that day be abducted and brought back to India to face justice. 1 day ago everything went according to plan until it all failed. The team sent in to bring The Most Wanted Man in India did the unthinkable – They carried out the most daring operation and almost got away with it. Almost because, something went horribly wrong.

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VJ Robs
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D-Day Review - It's a ''DRY-DAY'' for its viewers!! :-(Jul 20, 2013News There are movies which are blessed with a trusted star casts, a reputed director and an interesting subject. Despite this well made potpourri, they somehow fail to make an impact. Sadly, D-Day belongs to this category. Owing to its ineffective treatment, it fails to leave an impression upon you. D-Day (not Dry-Day, not dooms-Day, the 'D' is a reference made to Dawood), directed by Nikhil Advani starts on a promising note with four RAW undercover agents about to put the last nail into the coffin and nab the most wanted man of India, played by Rishi Kapoor (Goldman). From a moment of crescendo into that high octane action scene, the movie goes into a flashback to establish the 4 characters narrated by Irrfan Khan (Wali). Wali has been living a double life Pakistan for last nine years to keep an eye on Goldman and has a wife with a child. Rudra (Arjun) is a suspended Army officer, Zoya (Huma) is on the verge of a break up with her husband, and Aslam (Akash) is disguised as a chauffeur for Goldman. Thrown in is an out of box love angle between Rudra and Suraiya (Shruti Hassan). When the mission fails, all the agents are left to fend for themselves and thrive under challenging circumstances. What ensues is a bird-dog game between these agents and Pakistan. Beneath a high voltage action packed offering, D-Day has emotions of its protagonists reeling with love and lost feelings.  Despite on a national mission involving risk of lives, their emotionally wrenching present keeps them in double minds. Having these well tested ingredients, D-Day fails to make your day owing to myriad loose ends which I won’t discuss for the fear of spoiling your fun.     Few scenes worthy of mentions are: Rajpal Yadav jumping like a monkey while singing "Laaal meri.. Ohhh Laal meri" (Monkey=Laal, naughtyyyy??) and the song "Alvida'' which had my heart in my mouth.   Performance wise, it's simply Irrfan and Arjun with their tout dialogue deliveries and on screen persona. Rishi Kapoor in yet another act of a terror-monger can’t match upto his performance in Agneepath and is merely left speaking with a cornered facial expressions behind his flashy glares.   Nikhil Advani in his attempts to redeem his misdeeds of "Chandni Chowk to China" and "Salaam-e-Ishq" misses by a whisker.   D-Day for me is simply an opportunity went begging of being an outstanding action thriller.         VJ Robs D-Day Review - It's a ''DRY-DAY'' for its viewers!! :-( Jul 20, 2013
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There are movies which are blessed with a trusted star casts, a reputed director and an interesting subject. Despite this well made potpourri, they somehow fail to make an impact. Sadly, D-Day belongs to this category. Owing to its ineffective treatment, it fails to leave an impression upon you.

D-Day (not Dry-Day, not dooms-Day, the 'D' is a reference made to Dawood), directed by Nikhil Advani starts on a promising note with four RAW undercover agents about to put the last nail into the coffin and nab the most wanted man of India, played by Rishi Kapoor (Goldman). From a moment of crescendo into that high octane action scene, the movie goes into a flashback to establish the 4 characters narrated by Irrfan Khan (Wali). Wali has been living a double life Pakistan for last nine years to keep an eye on Goldman and has a wife with a child. Rudra (Arjun) is a suspended Army officer, Zoya (Huma) is on the verge of a break up with her husband, and Aslam (Akash) is disguised as a chauffeur for Goldman. Thrown in is an out of box love angle between Rudra and Suraiya (Shruti Hassan). When the mission fails, all the agents are left to fend for themselves and thrive under challenging circumstances. What ensues is a bird-dog game between these agents and Pakistan.

Beneath a high voltage action packed offering, D-Day has emotions of its protagonists reeling with love and lost feelings.  Despite on a national mission involving risk of lives, their emotionally wrenching present keeps them in double minds. Having these well tested ingredients, D-Day fails to make your day owing to myriad loose ends which I won’t discuss for the fear of spoiling your fun.

 

 

Few scenes worthy of mentions are: Rajpal Yadav jumping like a monkey while singing "Laaal meri.. Ohhh Laal meri" (Monkey=Laal, naughtyyyy??) and the song "Alvida'' which had my heart in my mouth.

 

Performance wise, it's simply Irrfan and Arjun with their tout dialogue deliveries and on screen persona. Rishi Kapoor in yet another act of a terror-monger can’t match upto his performance in Agneepath and is merely left speaking with a cornered facial expressions behind his flashy glares.

 

Nikhil Advani in his attempts to redeem his misdeeds of "Chandni Chowk to China" and "Salaam-e-Ishq" misses by a whisker.

 

D-Day for me is simply an opportunity went begging of being an outstanding action thriller.

 

 

 

 

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Nikhil Arora
Nikhil Arora Movie Jockey
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4.0/5
D-Day took me completely by surprise. I did not expect this film to be good. Scratch that. I did not expect this film to be THIS good.   D-Day... read more
Rony D'costa
Rony D'costa Movie Jockey
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4.0/5
I still remember while watching Anurag Kashyap’s  Black Friday at a film festival the entry of Dawood Ibrahim ( Vijay Maurya) was greete... read more
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