Dolly Ki Doli Movie Review 2.5/5 307
Written by Aravind   |   Posted: 01/20/2015 02:57 PM IST   |   Updated: 01/23/2015 04:03 PM IST
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Dolly Ki Doli Movie Review :

  • Release Dt :

    Jan, 23 2015

  • Banner :

    Arbaaz Khan Productions

  • Director :

    Abhishek Dogra

  • Producer :

    Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan

  • Music :

    Sajid-Wajid

  • Cinema Rating :

    2.5

  • Cinematography :

    Saurabh Goswami

  • Starring :

    Sonam Kapoor, Rajkumar Rao, Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma

Story

Dolly Ki Doli story begins actress Sonam Kapoor plays Dolly, a sweet-faced con who is a serial runaway bride. She charms men, convinces them to marry her and then splits, looting them of everything before she goes. Her gang is an assorted crew of other cons, all of whom play her family during the myriad weddings in which she participates. (A doli is the palanquin that the bride sits in as she is brought in to her wedding ceremony).

Debutant director Abhishek Dogra's Dolly Ki Doli, where Sonam Kapoor plays a bride who dupes men into marriage only to rob them of their cash and valuables, hits theatres this Friday. Is the film worth the time and money?  

If there is anything that makes Dolly Ki Doli worth a watch, it is the performances. Rajkummar Rao, the first 'target' we see in the film, plays the perfect Haryanavi lad -- he is proud of his roots and forever ready to do anything for the girl he loves. Interestingly, it is not just the accent and dialogue delivery that makes his character believable: Even his body language and attitude matches.

The other actor who does an excellent job is Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub (he played Dhanush's friend in Raanjhana). He is one of the members of the gang in which Dolly (Sonam) operates. Ayyub's character, Raju, is in love with Dolly but he knows it will go nowhere because Dolly only believes in 'faking' the marriage. In the put-up family that the gang forms to dupe families into weddings, Raju is Dolly's brother! Manoj Joshi as the father, too, is impressive.

Performance :

Sonam Kapoor shows little improvement with this film. In spite of having a film that has her as the lead character, her weak dialogue delivery is disturbing. Rajkummar Rao once again proves he can fit into any character. As a typical snobbish yet foolish Haryanvi guy, he fully entertains us. Grabbing the perfect accent and even dancing full power with Malaika Arora Khan, he scores full marks for his performance.-

Varun Sharma is another delight in the film. His character as a desperate, young spoilt mama’s boy is commendable. He makes us laugh with his brilliant comic timing. Pulkit Samrat sadly disappoints in the film. It’s as if he was given a role of becoming Chulbul Pandey’s son. His over replication of Salman Khan spoils it.

Final Word

Enjoy the movie watching once for fun on the run. As long as you're not light-laugh-lactose intolerant.

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