- Film Name : Kill Dil
- Language : Bollywood
- Release Date : November 14th, 2014
Once upon a time in North India, two killers - Dev and Tutu - roamed free. Abandoned when young and vulnerable, Bhaiyaji gave them shelter and - nurtured them to kill! All is normal in their lives until destiny throws free-spirited Disha into the mix. What follows is a game of defiance, deception and love.
Kill Dil doesn’t offer the viewer anything new to see. We’ve heard the story many times-a criminal falls in love with a girl, who doesn’t know he is a criminal and he tries to get out of his crime ridden ways but is stuck between the girl and the man who saved him as a child. The minute you hear ‘kachre ka dabba’, you know that it’s going to go through the same old plot. It ends predictably as well. It’s a story that would have done well many years ago but likely to not be the case in a generation where audiences want to see something new, especially from actors that have done roles such as this before. Ranveer Singh’s role in Kill Dil is too similar to Gunday. From the killer profession to the brotherhood feel, Kill Dil feels like déjà vu-just in Delhi not Calcutta. Nonetheless, Ranveer shines in his comic one liners and does justice to the role. Likewise, Ali Zafar performs well in his role as Tutu but one does wish that he had more screen time in the second half. Parineeti Chopra is seen in a ‘first ever’ glamourised role. Although she does plays Disha convincingly, the girl next door look is something that comes more naturally to her than the glamourised look. It is nevertheless refreshing to see her playing a different role. The veteran actor Govinda makes a comeback in Bollywood with this film, and is definitely something to look forward to in Kill Dil. The audience are used to seeing Govinda in a funny, quirky character but he does justice to this negative role. He also never fails to impress in the dancing numbers either!