I had hopes from ‘Diwale’, essentially because I had enjoyed for the most part, the previous Shah Rukh Khan Rohit Shetty combine.
Chennai Express’ had a tweaked Rohit Shetty sensibility we’ll take you to south India and have characters yak away in Tamil minus translation and if you don’t understand too bad and SRK’s ability to send himself up and delivered some amount of fresh fun
Rohit Shetty’s films are big-ticket adventures a genre unto themselves Low on content plot lines borrowed in this case Hum and Kasme Vaade incohesive screenplay and lowbrow dialogues Sajid-Farhad the film leans heavily on Shah Rukh’s mega-stardom Varun’s effervescence breathtaking locales Iceland and Bulgaria orchestrated car chases and over-the-top situations.
which have you chuckling.Raj a car modifier from Goa dotes on his younger brother Veer Varun who is happy-go lucky romantic and lives in fear of his big bro When Veer crosses paths with a lunatic don King whose henchmen are peddling drugs across an open counter in broad daylight.
the baddies beat him up In retaliation his bade bhaiyya wears a hood and pummels the goondas to pulp He leaves a warning King ko bolo Kali aaya tha OMG That’s when you realise that Raj has a past Cut to Bulgaria 15 years ago A young Kali is zipping around in mean machines pulling off heists.
He oversteps when he robs gold belonging to his father Randhir’s Vinod Khanna mafia rival Malik Kabir Bedi Malik hollers Randhir’s trump card is Kali Finish him.