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Dil Juunglee: Movie Review

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The story spins around its two lead characters Koroli Nair (Taapsee Pannu) and Sumit Uppal (Saqib Saleem) and the way they meet, begin to look all starry eyed at and live cheerfully many. Exhausted as of now? Pannu expositions the part of a rich London-based young lady who comes to New Delhi to end up an educator. English writing is her reason for living and her character is a model of a run of the mill ‘poor minimal rich young lady’. Saqib’s Sumit is ‘Delhi ka desi launda’ who longs for becoming showbiz royalty in Bollywood.

He begins taking English classes, no prize for think about who his educator is. In the wake of discovering that Koroli is from a super rich family, he advantageously becomes hopelessly enamored with her, steals away to Mumbai to get hitched however abandons her at the holy place, or for this situation mandap. Slice to seven years after the fact, Koroli has turned into a straightforward specialist in London, is all smooth and cleaned while Sumit is a little time performing artist trying legendary parts in little movies.

They meet again and flashes fly. Koroli is locked in to a rich specialist while Sumit is focused on his co-on-screen character. The film trudges advance before giving us a unimaginative, uh-so-run of the mill cheerfully a great many!

Saqib tries to keep masses drew in with his immaculate comic planning and different theatricality in the principal half of the film. Be that as it may, it would seem that Taapsee has sleepwalked through the motion picture after a point. She abandons DIL JUUNGLEE halfway, much the same as the gathering of people. Web sensations Nidhi Singh (Sumit’s life partner) and Sirshti Srivastava (Koroli’s companion) are great and are consistent with their characters. Abhilash Thapliyal who plays Sumit’s companion is fine as well.

All in all, DIL JUUNGLEE neglects to interface with its intended interest group, on account of its anticipated storyline and much an excessive number of prosaisms. With no buzz around the film at all, it will undoubtedly battle in the cinematic world.


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