Dum Maaro DumRohan Sippy's 'Dum Maaro Dum' is high on the style quotient- new editing techniques, original transitions, smart dissolve effects, the overall production quality is great. While the packaging is slick, the thriller starts well but fails to maintain the momentum.
Simplistically the plot revolves around the drug racket in Goa and ACP Vishnu Kamath (Abhishek Bachchan) is sent to clean-up the mess. But there are other layers that unfold as the story progresses — every character has a troubled past and its interesting how each of them inadvertently become an integral part of the narrative. None of the characters are a mere prop in the story but are inextricably linked to the plot and to each other.
Prateik plays Lorry, a good student who wants to go to the U.S. to pursue higher studies. When his girlfriend gets the visa and he fails to get funding for his education abroad, Lorry gets desperate. He takes a shortcut to go abroad but life takes an unexpected turn and veers out of control.Read More »from Review: Dum Maaro Dum