Aren’t we really done with the boring love stories where the hero and the heroine lived happily ever after? Revolving around the same novel love stories, Dil Juunglee is the same old same old… Yes, Bollywood audience yearns for such love stories, but not the clichéd predictable ones.
Koroli (Taapsee Pannu), an avid reader of love stories wishes to have one of her own, straight from the novels. Sumit (Saqib Saleem) is a typical Delhi guy who wishes to make it big in the Bollywood but is stuck with struggling advertisement projects given by his manager to make a few grands. Despite being a daughter of a successful business tycoon, Koroli works as a literature professor to Sumit’s class. The sooner they fall in love, the sooner they get out of it, when they decide to runaway together and end up on an adventurous trek. Both of them realize that they want different things from life and end up separating.
Seven years later, koroli, who is now a successful businesswoman falls in love with a real-estate manager. In unnatural circumstances, Sumit comes back in her life, and the duo ends up falling in love all over again together.
Nidhi Singh’s acting is the highlight of the movie. She has got into the character of the skin like no man’s business. The entire burden of taking the film ahead is on the rest of the actors and not on the lead. It’s Taapsee, Nidhi Singh, Abhilash Thapiyal, and Srishti Shrivastava Who steals the show. If it wouldn’t have been a Juunglee cast, the film would have fallen flat. The cinematography makes it a good celluloid experience.
We give Dil Juunglee 2 stars with a small kink.
Aren't we really done with the boring love stories where the hero and the heroine lived happily ever after? Revolving around the same novel love ...2.0