Dunki – Review

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Dunki

– Review

The year is 1995, and four friends in a small village in Punjab dream of migrating to London to build a world of their dreams but have nothing in their pockets at the moment.

Hardy, a soldier, comes to their village and promises to help them fulfil their dream.
A tragedy hits, and they opt for the illegal Donkey route as their visas are rejected.
How life unfolds after that is what Dunki is about.
Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, there is so much the first half holds.
The heart is in the right place and the actors are in full form.
Dialogues are top-notch, emotions are heartfelt, and tears are shed.
The first half is a roller coaster ride with a haunting end in itself. The second is filled with emotions.
Shah Rukh Khan abstains from performing any action stunts and relies only on his acting prowess to captivate the audience.
Shah Rukh Khan excels in portraying emotional scenes, particularly in the courtroom setting in England
Taapsee Pannu is natural, and she sells Mannu like she was always meant to play this part.
However, the true standout performer is Vicky Kaushal.
Despite his brief role, he manages to make a significant impression.
The remaining members of the cast have delivered what was expected from them.
The cinematography team consists of C. K. Muraleedharan, Manush Nandan, Amit Roy, and Kumar Pankaj, and their work is decent.
Rest of the technical aspects of the movie are passable as well.
Rating: 4.3/5
By Naveen

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