Once upon a time in North India, two killers – Dev and Tutu, roamed free. Abandoned when young and vulnerable, Bhaiyaji gave them shelter and… nurtured them to kill. All is normal in their lives until destiny throws free spirited Disha into the mix. What follows is a game of defiance, deception and love.
Once upon a time in North India, two killers – Dev and Tutu, roamed free. Abandoned when young and vulnerable, Bhaiyaji gave them shelter and… nurtured them to kill. All is normal in their lives until destiny throws free spirited Disha into the mix. What follows is a game of defiance, deception and love. less
“It's a lazily made film with nothing exciting to offer aside from Govinda and Ranveer's awesome-ness. Kill Dil won't make you ROFL, but it's still a one time watch. ”
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Kill dil has three constants: Ranveer’s wide eyed innocent look, Ali Zafar’s pained, hang dog look and Parineeti’s plump smart assed look channeled from all her previous movies. The entire movie is made to support these three expressions and since that is a kind of lame premise to build a story on, the movie is a senseless, illogical bore. Kill dil is kill interest, kill excitement and kill audience.
The story is trite. A gangster brings up two boys as expert hitmen. One falls in love with a rich, educated girl. Tries to turn over a new leaf helped by his buddy. Gangster won’t let him. Traps him. Boy loses girl, tries to kill himself, wins her back and then they all work in an insurance company and live happily ever after. In Yash Raj Land happy things happen to Good –At- Heart gangsters.
Yash Raj movies shouldn’t attempt gritty. They are best off in dealing with people who live in fancy homes with large extended families and who go on vacations to nice places with chalets. A Yash Raj film gangster is styled by Aki Narula and his barsaati with a bunk bed and distressed wood furniture would be the dream home of a young yuppie couple in a Mumbai suburb. When you are not comfortable in a milieu it shows and kills authenticity. Sorry you died a long while ago, maybe half an hour into the movie. I forgot.
Govinda is the only real person in this fairy tale idiocy. But he gets too few scenes and too few dance steps. A total waste of what could have been the movie’s saving grace. Ranveer is uninhibited as usual but that wide eyed li’l lost boy look doesn’t go well on a killer., Ali Zafar shuld do kinder, gentler roles since this kind of stuff obviously gives him piles and Parineeti needs to seriously lose weight and try out a different role soon or lose the fan base she has. There is only so much you can see of spunky girl with a soft heart and not want to gag.
Kill any desires you may have to see this movie and go and catch up on last week’s backlog of movies instead.