Dum Maaro Dum
Our in-house movie critics - Rummana and Kunal - seldom agree with each other when it comes to reviewing a movie. Their views are poles apart - normally, that is. But this time around, both of them feel that Rohan Sippy's Dum Maaro Dum fails to maintain the momentum.
Here is what Kunal has to say - "Rape, tourist ki maut, prostitution, all crimes are linked to drugs," says a cocky politician. He skipped pollution and population? Anyway, he's requesting angry young ACP, Vishnu Kamath (Abhishek Bachchan), to consider the task of sweeping Goa off all illegal intoxicants. With little hesitation, Kamath accepts the job. But only under the condition that he gets to pick his team and that he is allowed to play by his own rules (unlike other action heroes who love being forced into teams and pushed around by rule books?). Read on
And here's Rummana's take on it - Rohan 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. Read more
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