Dev D Movie Review

Director: Anurag Kashyap

Artists: Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechleen, Mahi Gill, Prakash Madan, Dibyendu Bhattacharya

Movie Type :  Comedy /Romance /Drama

Rating: 4/ 5


These three films had done justice to Sharat Chandra's novel Devdas, but Abhay's film is completely true today. Dev D's Devdas, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is addicted to drugs and vodka. Paro sends her naked pictures through the mail and wants Dev to have a relationship with her. The same Chanda works as a phone sex. Dev, Paro and Chanda of Anurag's film are all three adventurers and rebels. Story: Dev (Abhay Deol), son of a wealthy businessman, is sent to London to study at the age of 12. When Dev returns, he finds that his childhood friend and girlfriend Paro (Mahi Gill) is getting married. Dev is completely broken by this marriage. He leaves home drowned in alcohol and drugs, but continues to receive equal money from his father.

 Lenny (Kalki) believes in living life in her own way. Once an MMS arrives in the scandal, his family expels him from the house. She becomes a victim of loneliness. Battling this loneliness, Lenny goes to the shelter of a broker Chunni and becomes Chanda. Lenny lives as a student in broad daylight, while in the dark of the night, the donation is made. Dev and Chanda meet during this time. The beginning of the film is very tied, which later becomes loose. The scenes shot between Dev and Paro have become excellent. While the scenes between Chanda and Dev are a bit boring. The film's ending is long and boring. The music of Amit Trivedi will be liked by the ears. The song Emotional Atrocities of the film has been an earlier hit. Rajiv Ravi's cinematography is commendable. Abhay seems quite comfortable in acting, Mahi has done a brilliant role while Kalki has been able to kill only in a few scenes. Overall, Dev D's fate is likely to be better than Anurag's previous film No Smoking. You should express your opinion about the film.





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Dev D Movie Review

Director: Anurag Kashyap

Artists: Abhay Deol, Kalki Koechleen, Mahi Gill, Prakash Madan, Dibyendu Bhattacharya

Movie Type :  Comedy /Romance /Drama

Rating: 4/ 5


These three films had done justice to Sharat Chandra's novel Devdas, but Abhay's film is completely true today. Dev D's Devdas, directed by Anurag Kashyap, is addicted to drugs and vodka. Paro sends her naked pictures through the mail and wants Dev to have a relationship with her. The same Chanda works as a phone sex. Dev, Paro and Chanda of Anurag's film are all three adventurers and rebels. Story: Dev (Abhay Deol), son of a wealthy businessman, is sent to London to study at the age of 12. When Dev returns, he finds that his childhood friend and girlfriend Paro (Mahi Gill) is getting married. Dev is completely broken by this marriage. He leaves home drowned in alcohol and drugs, but continues to receive equal money from his father.

 Lenny (Kalki) believes in living life in her own way. Once an MMS arrives in the scandal, his family expels him from the house. She becomes a victim of loneliness. Battling this loneliness, Lenny goes to the shelter of a broker Chunni and becomes Chanda. Lenny lives as a student in broad daylight, while in the dark of the night, the donation is made. Dev and Chanda meet during this time. The beginning of the film is very tied, which later becomes loose. The scenes shot between Dev and Paro have become excellent. While the scenes between Chanda and Dev are a bit boring. The film's ending is long and boring. The music of Amit Trivedi will be liked by the ears. The song Emotional Atrocities of the film has been an earlier hit. Rajiv Ravi's cinematography is commendable. Abhay seems quite comfortable in acting, Mahi has done a brilliant role while Kalki has been able to kill only in a few scenes. Overall, Dev D's fate is likely to be better than Anurag's previous film No Smoking. You should express your opinion about the film.





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