DHANAK – LetsTakeReview

DHANAK – LetsTakeReview


Movie:
Dhanak

Release Date: 17 June 2016Dhanak

Genre: Drama

Cast:  Hetal Gada,

Krrish Chabbaria,

Vipin Sharma,

Floura Saini,

Rajiv Lakshman

Director: Nagesh Kukunoor

Story By: Chirantan Das

Music Composer:  Tapas Relia

Producer: Manish Mundra,

Nagesh Kukunoor,

Elahe Hiptoola

Distributor: Drishyam Films,
Kukunoor Movies

Language: Hindi

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Review: We all need a li’l bit of shimmer and rainbow in our lives. Chief Nagesh Kukunoor’s Dhanak helps us to remember the little delights of life and shows us a lesson in managing our distresses. Who better to take in this from, than children? Nagesh’s sharp comprehension of human feelings comes helpful as he makes the youthful Pari his hero. Her reality spins around two things – her child sibling and her affection for Shah Rukh Khan.

Consistently after her close relative flings sharp comments at them, the couple leaves home for school, weaving an invented story around their most loved performing artists – hers is SRK, his is Salman Khan. Nagesh plays on the competition amongst SRK and Salman’s fans with nuance. Their adorable exchange about who is better of the two is charming. There is this especially clever scene in which the children meet a truck driver who too enjoys Shah Rukh. As he and Pari strike up a discussion about the numerous shades of the charming performing artist, Chotu stays faithful by closing his eyes, shutting his ears and meandering – ‘Mujhe maaf kar dena Salman bhai…’
dhanak-movie_1459951379Such scenes are inexhaustible however this is one of those uncommon times when Nagesh’s composition comes up short on steam. The screenplay is a frail mix that depends entirely on the silliness of its sharp discoursed and the appeal of the kid performing artists. Hetal Gadda and Krrish Chhabria are crackling together and it is their fellowship that sparkles when the film doesn’t.

Despite the fact that Dhanak stays puzzling till its last scene, it gets excessively monotonous, making it impossible to hold your advantage. Its deep music, genuine style of portrayal and obviously, delightful children can’t make this crazy story take off.

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