Dil Bole HadippaStar Cast: Shahid Kapoor Rani Mukherjee, Anupam Kher, Dalip Tahil, Rakhi Sawant, Sherlyn Chopra; Director: Anurag Singh; Rating: 3 out of 5.

Rani Mukerji’s much-awaited flick ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ and a comeback vehicle of sorts, the latest offering from the Yash Raj Films, released all over this Friday. Coming off all apprehensions about how would they look together as a romantic couple on the silver screen, Shahid Kapur and Rani Mukerji have proved to be the latest flavour of the season.

Directed by Anurag Singh, the film is set in a pind of Punjab, in a very colourful and lively environment, where people are always waiting to break out into a vigorous dance, and everyone cheerfully enjoys sugarcane and lassi.

This village is situated at the Wagah border and has its own cricket team. The team is used to losing out to a local Pakistani team, in matches they play every year for Aman cup. The team’s depressed owner, played by Anupam Kher, turns to his son Rohan, played by Shahid Kapur for doing something about their condition and asks him to take charge of their team. Rohan, who plays county cricket in England, hesitates initially but eventually takes over as coach and captain of the team.

Movie PosterThen comes into picture – Veera Kaur (Rani Mukerji), a cricket-crazy Punjabi girl, who is among the aspirants hoping to join the team. That’s when she disguises herself as Veer, a Sardar boy, and joins the team.

The supposed eye-candies Sherlyn Chopra and Rakhi Sawant do live up to your expectations (What else was expected out of them other than some really plastic expressions!) In one of the scenes, Sherlyn, who is plays ‘Miss Chandigarh’, arrives at the cricket pitch wearing a bikini top, shorts and a burberry scarf. Couldn’t get more irritating than this!

Good this one had no one else but Rani Mukerji, who could actually save the film from being a total flop show. Rani looks awesome in her well toned body, and strikes a likable and cute chemistry with Shahid. Her performance in both comedy and emotional sequences is commendable. When Veera makes a speech about allowing girls to dream, you are actually moved.

On the whole, ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ is a good time-pass and is a perfect family entertainer!

Source: Zee News

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