Dil Bole Hadippa Review
Dil Bole Hadippa
Director: Anurag Singh
Producer; Aditya Chopra
Cast: Rani Mukherjee, Shahid Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Dalip Tahil, Rakhi Sawant and Sherlyn Chopra
Dil Bole Hadippa is a courageous attempt to captivate cricket mania of Indian on the huge canvas. Before going into the details, let me tell you that it has not been able to do justice to the original plot put forward by ‘She’s man’.
The movie revolves around Veera, a young bubbly girl in a village, who is keen on joining a big time cricket league. Rohan, essayed by Shahid Kapoor, is a seasoned cricketer in county cricket team of England. He comes back to India to take over his father’s team, which was not able to kiss success during the past 8 years.
Veera disguises as a man for fulfilling her much-cherished dreams. She makes her way into Rohan’s team with her brilliant performance.
Shahid loses his heart to Rani and the film suddenly turns into a love story.
Now let us go to the performances. The good news first
Similar to other cricket-based movies, this also has an aspiring conclusion. Rani has excelled in essaying the role of an ordinary girl, who takes all the risk to fulfil her long-cherished dream of becoming a cricketer. Shahid also has done a good job, but when compared to Kaminey, it is a so-so performance for this young heartthrob.
Now the bad news.
The chemistry between Rani and Shahid is completely a failure and does not carry any fizz. The presence of Sherlyn Chopra, Vrajesh Hirjee and Rakhi Sawant, I feel, was just an add-on and nothing great. Anurag could have omitted these characters.
In short, Dil Bole Hadippa, which has been hypes as the comeback vehicle for Rani, is a very much average movie.