Review of the film DUNKI

Discover the cinematic journey of four youths aspiring for a better life in the heartfelt film 'DUNKI.' 

Plot Overview 

Travel back to 1995 as Army officer Hardy, played by Shah Rukh Khan, steps into Punjab to meet Mahendar 

Manu's Determination 

anu (Taapsee Pannu) seeks Hardy's help in wrestling to fulfill her dream of going to the UK and reclaiming her family's lost home due to a loan. 

Broken Promises 

The narrative takes a turn when an agent deceives Manu, Hardy, and their friends, leaving them with shattered dreams and financial setbacks. 

English Classes and Friendship 

Seeking a way out, Manu, Hardy, and friends enroll in Geetu Gulati's English-speaking institute, forging a bond with Sukhi 

South Asian Connection 

The storyline crafted by Abhijat Joshi, Rajkumar Hirani, and Kanika Dhilon resonates deeply with the South Asian diaspora.

Rajkumar Hirani's Touch 

Hirani's direction, blending laughter, tears, and drama, keeps the film engaging from start to finish, with a nod to his iconic laugh-cry-drama formula. 

Hits and Misses

While 'DUNKI' showcases emotional and impactful moments, it falls short in exploring the characters' family dynamics 

Star-Studded Cast 

Shah Rukh Khan, Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, and the supporting cast deliver powerful performances, though Khan's portrayal  

Final Verdict 

Despite its flaws, 'DUNKI' bears the Rajkumar Hirani stamp, offering the right message and emotions.