Dishoom movie review: This John, Varun film fails to zip-zap-zoom
Dishoom movie Cast: John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Saqib Saleem, Jacqueline Fernandez, Akshay Khanna, Rahul Dev, Nargis Fakhri, Tarun Khanna
Dishoom Film Director: Rohit Sharma
John Abraham and being assigned to “dismantle Indian cricketer of the case” with Varun Dhawan Dishoom, friendly cop movie rejigs.
The film is fashioned as a fast trial. It’s got flash, but plot keeps stuttering and gets really ZIP jyp- zooming film. In the second half, the nose dives, away from meandering to remember some Arabian Nights style had set out to do in the fantasy space.
It begins with the word. Match winning boy-in-blue Viraj Singh (Salim), missing only a couple of days before an important match for Pakistan. Indian Special Task Force police Kabir Shergill (Moses) has parachuted in a Middle Eastern country, which is a crime site. While local boy Junaid Ansari (Dhawan) partnership with the visitor, and away they go sleuthing.
Slit eyes stony face veteran police officer and the bumbling Rookie can an old Hollywood saying transform into fun in the hands of good actors and directors here, Dhawan and Abraham display limited equipment, which their young wide-eyed in the former embodiment, and sandy desert outposts and the latter swathed in tight tees dens swaggering down the shadowy villain and a permanent frown. Shuck and also in their shorts and get to show off their stuff in colorful short.
Two gals, Jacqueline Fernandez and Nargis Fakhri boys, a speaking scenes and is comely little female company in the form of the former with an item number where cavorts between the leering men, and the latter are around purely for decorative purposes is around.