Sunday, April 24, 2011

Dum Maro Dum - Movie Review

Saw the Movie, Dum Maro Dum yesterday Second Show @ Ramakrishna Theatre. Booked Tickets on NoMoreQueque.com (Online) - fortunately we got Top Row Middle Ceats, but theatre management gave us tickets for Top 2nd Row Middle Ceats. Again being the middle ceats there was an A/c. Problem, we were in a A/c. not reachable position, but there was a big fan as an alternative - which is making huge noice, so we switched it off for the first half and managed somehow. But immediately switched on this sounding machine as soon as we had an interval break for about 15 mins).

So my dear friends, do not book middle rows (balcony) in Ramakrishna Theatre from now on....Coming to the movie review...

With a huge Star Cast including Abhishek Bachchan, RaNa Daggupati, Aditya Pancholi, Bipasha Basu, Prateik Babbar, Deepika Padukone & Vidya Balan (in guest roles) and others, Director: Rohan Sippy teaming up with Music Director: Pritam Chakraborty, Journalist turned Screen Writer (National Award Winner): Shridhar Raghavan, Multi-talented Cinematographer (from RGV's School): Amit Roy, Art Director: Shazia Zahid Iqbal & Editor: Aarif Sheikh, has done a wonderful job.

Starting with the story/script, theme of the movie, involvement of star cast, superb photography, great music, on the top direction by Rohan Sippy! The team work which helped Dum Maro Dum to become one of the best movies in the recent times.

After a long time, Abhishek Bachan has got a powerful characterization (ACP - Vishnu Kamath) in this movie which he 100% utilized and added one more noted roles in his career. RaNa Daggupati in his very 2nd movie (debut in bollywood) proved once again with his tremendous acting skills in the role of DJ Joki in DMD. While Prateik was perfect apt to Lorry's character (a Goa Student), one can surely feel Bipasha Basu as Zoe a native Goa girl. Overall all the star cast in the movie are completely involved and made their presence.

All the technicians have done amazing job with the support of great production values that are clearly seen on screen. DMD is definitely a Trend Setting Thriller, with a kind of screenplay and dialogues in it! My Rating for Dum Maro Dum is 3.75/5.
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