Hindi Movie Dum Maaro Dum - Review

For Neharika.

Directed by: Rohan Sippy
Produced by: Ramesh Sippy
Starring: Abhishek Bachchan, Bipasha Basu, Rana Daggubati, Prateik Babbar, Aditya Pancholi, Monty Munford.
Music by: Pritam Chakraborty
Photo: Amit Roy
Edited by: Aarif Shaik
Distributed by: Fox Star Studios, Ramesh Sippy Entertainment

Chalta Hai Ek Baar: Grade: C

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Dum Rohan Sippy is a slick action thriller crime that revolves around six Indians meet in Goa and how their lives changed forever once they are caught with the drug menace.

ACP Vishnu Kamath (Abhishek Bachchan) is assigned by the Chief Minister of Goa to wipe out the drug mafia, which spread like a plague. Mercy (S. Muzammil Qureshi) and Rane (Govind Namdeo), his two assistants to help him carry out their tasks alias capture Lors Biscuit Cookies (Aditya Pancholi), which is the main drug dealer in that area.

Laurie (Prateik Babbar) is a young fool who falls prey in the web of drugs, after being caught red handed cocaine smuggling in the country. Joki (Rana Daggubati), Laurie and admirer, was declared innocent of Laura ACP countries, trying to make him understand that Laurie is a pawn.

Zoe (Bipasha Basu), chicken Joki, was captured in the same drug web five years ago, Laura was now. It Biscuit who came to his rescue by using his influence to remove. But in return, gave his girlfriend Zoe despite being married. Therefore, the concern for Laurie Joki.

The story still unfolds with ACP countries realize that the drug racket was not actually conducted by Biscuit but by an invisible man named Michael Barbus, using several aliases to operate from different cities.

The story reaches its climax with the ACP countries to complete the assigned task of breaking the drug racket with Joki and Laurie.

The narrative and dialogue, which is worth seeing the film. The director did a great job to keep the suspense until the end. The final twists worked wonders released for production. While the first half showed some movement in the theater, the second fact that the public were glued to their seats.

Abhishek Bachchan did an amazing job as a tough cop. The only thing that played against police stature was his belly and throat. : (

Rana Daggubati was boring at first, but the rules of dramatic climax. Prateik Babbar innocence portrayed brilliantly.

Bipasha Basu was naturally good.

Pritam Chakraborty did an awesome job in music, film Amit Roy was attractive, Shaik Aarif issue is the larger point. obscene article number Deepika Padukone added charm to the whole movie.