Dishoom Review Rating Live Audience Response Public Tweets Good or Bad

Dishoom Review Rating Live Audience Response Public Tweets Good or Bad :- Today at Indian box office only one Bollywood movie is releasing i.e.. Dishoom featuring Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Saqib Saleem and Akshaye Khanna in lead roles and looking at the huge hype that was being created for this film through its promotions we’re expecting it to do good business at domestic markets. But is this Rohit Dhawan directorial actually worth watching or not we’ll tell you in this review further.

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Dishoom Story Written Details

Dishoom is a fictional story about the India’s top batsman Viraj (Saqib Saleem), who goes missing in Middle East, just before the final match between India and Pakistan. How two cops Kabir Shergill (John Abraham) and Junaid Ansari (Varun Dhawan) go for a 36-hour man hunt forms the crux of the film.

Dishoom Positive Points:

The film has mind blowing music

John Abraham action sequences are too good to watch

Jacqueline Fernandez hot body show

Dishoom Negative Points:

Story lacks pace

Some scenes stretched too much

Locations are not good

Final Verdict:

As far as our final verdict of Dishoom is concerned well Akshay Kumar has completely stole the show here in his short cameo appearance but still story somewhat misses that punch so you can skip this film

Audience Feedback:

This is what local Indian audience has to say about Dishoom :

“Dishoom” has a routine story, but an interesting screenplay with all commercial ingredients keep the film goers entertained. There are some humourous scenes that engage the viewers in the first half. The second half is also entertaining with some fight and romance sequences.

Dishoom Star Rating – 2.5/5*

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