Dil Toh Deewana Hai Review Rating & First Day Collection Report

Dil Toh Deewana Hai Review Rating & First Day Collection Report :- Low budget Bollywood romantic emotional movie Dil Toh Deewana Hai featuring Haider Khan & Sada has been released all across India today on 24 June 2016 as this is not a big banner movie and doesn’t include any big B-town star so the expectations of this flick in terms of earning good box office collection are very less. As per our estimation it will do a lifetime business of about 7 – 10 crore that too because of Raj Babbar essaying a vital character in this movie.


Dil Toh Deewana Hai Story Details

Dil Toh Deewana Hai revolves around a youngster named Raja which is played by Haider Khan and a young lady Anamika played by Sadha. Zeenat Aman plays Raja’s mother and she is a single parent. Raja is an introvert and shy by nature, while Anamika is arrogant spoiled and pampered daughter of one of the billionaires of Malaysia. Raja and Anamika meet in the tube in Malaysia where she is drunk and passes out and he helps her. This meeting leads to further meetings and he starts falling in love with her. Is the rich spoilt girl able to accept his love? Will her rich father agree? The remaining story will be updated after the first screening of the movie.

Final Verdict :

The plot of the film is not interesting at all as Dil Toh Deewana is based on the same old story of a rich girl and a poor guy who fall in love with each other but the father of the girl doesn’t agree for their marriage because of the huge gap in their financial status. Though Sada has done great job essaying the character of Anamika but still we recommend you not to take the risk of wasting your money on this thriller.

Dil Toh Deewana Hai Star Rating – 1/5*

Dil Toh Deewana Hai 1st Day Collection – Rs 0.75 crore (approx)

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