The algorithm of how reels trend on social media sure appears to be ambiguous to many, but when King Khan delivers a dialogue with some weight, it is bound to trend on the reels. One such instance was from the movie Dilwale when SRK said, “Hum thode shareef kya huye, puri duniya badmash ban gayi.” The moment the teaser from Dilwale was released, the dialogue featured in the same grabbed plenty of attention and is still famous in the contemporary context.
The movie featured the couple whose chemistry is known and given examples of in the B-town quite often. And you must have guessed it by now if you are a Bollywood buff. We are talking about Kajol and the King of Romance, Shah Rukh Khan. Their coming together for a project was also quite like a reunion, as they had previously on a project a long time ago. The film also stars actors from a younger generation in the face of Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan (both seen in Bhediya)
As the curtains rise, we see the heartthrob of this nation in terms of the stature he has attained since his debut, Shah Rukh Khan, who is playing the role of a retired don from Goa. Kali is another don in the same line as SRK and leaves Bulgaria to settle in Goa.
The ever-refreshing pair of Shah Rukh and Kajol is a treat to watch, and Kriti and Varun’s young love can be seen blossoming in the movie. Regarding the equation of the stars, Kriti and Kajol are sisters, while Kajol and Shah Rukh are brothers. There is an unexpected twist in the tale when Kajol’s character turns all grey suddenly.
Dilwale was released theatrically worldwide on 18 December 2015, one week before the Christmas period, to mixed reviews with praise directed towards action sequences, music, cinematography, and cast performances but criticism towards its story, screenplay, and direction.
The narrative is filled with twists and turns. Furthermore, different characters like Sidhu (Varun Sharma), King (Boman Irani), and Mani Bhai (Johnny Lever) also grace the movie with their presence.
|Directed by||Rohit Shetty|
|Written by||Yunus Sajawal|
|Story by||K. Subash|
|Produced by||Gauri Khan and Rohit Shetty|
|Starring||Kajol, Shah Rukh Khan, Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan|
|Edited by||Bunty Nagi|
|Music by||Amar Mohile|
|Production||Red Chillies Entertainment companies and Rohit Shetty Productions|
|Distributed by||Red Chillies Entertainment|
|Release date||December 18, 2015 (India)|
|Running time||154 minutes|
|Box office||est. ₹376.85 crore|
|Shah Rukh Khan||Raj “Kaali” Bakshi||Read|
|Kriti Sanon||Ishita “Ishu” Malik||Read|
|Varun Dhawan||Veer Bakshi||Read|
|Vinod Khanna||Randhir Bakshi (Kaali and Veer’s father)||Read|
|Kabir Bedi||Dev Malik (Meera and Ishita’s father)||Read|
|Varun Sharma||Siddharth “Sidhu” Saigal||Read|
|Johnny Lever||Mani Tripathi||Read|
|Boman Irani||King Bhattacharya||Read|
The OTT giant that is streaming Dilwale is Netflix. For your perusal, we are also attaching a link below-
Albeit this, Dilwale can also be downloaded from various torrent websites as well, including Filmywap, Filmyhit, Okjatt, Ibomma, Moviesflix, Kuttymovies, and Telegram groups. However, it is not advisable to indulge in piracy and watch the movie on platforms apart from the original one which is Netflix.
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