Dunki Review

Shah Rukh Khan & Rajkumar Hirani, This Isn’t Something We Expected After Waiting So Long!

Rajkumar Hirani and Shah Rukh Khan coming together for a subject like illegal immigration, rather than taking a risk-free route of commercial entertainers.

What's Good?

Gives you Munna Bhai and 3 Idiots vibes but fails to match that excellence.

What's Bad?

Interval is enough

Loo Break:

Since two powerhouses have come together for the first time, you should give it a try.

Watch or Not?

In Dunki, despite the big team of Rajkumar Hirani, Abhijat Joshi, and Kanika Dhillon, the film fails to pack a punch. They had an interesting concept of illegal immigration in hand but failed to develop it into a better story.

Shah Rukh Khan fits in with ease in Rajkumar Hirani’s canvas. His charm and style of humor suit well for Hardy’s character.

Taapsee Pannu as Mannu is good, and her chemistry with Shah Rukh Khan looks breezy and natural

Vikram Kochhar, as Buggu, has also done his job well and makes you laugh whenever he’s on the screen.

Vicky Kaushal, in a cameo, has done a superb job, and his character also serves as one of Dunki’s high points.

All said and done, Dunki has its share of shortcomings and positives. It’s not the cinematic magic I expected from the duo of Shah Rukh Khan and Rajkumar Hirani. I wish the duo work together in the future but with a better story and execution.

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Dunki review with all the  nitty-gritty details! Review by: Shalmesh More