In Rohit Dhawan' "Dishoom", the opening credits roll to a rap song mouthed by two brawny protagonists who describe themselves as "simple" men disappointed in love who prefer home food to eating in five-star hotels. Cricket is revisited again as the Indian skipper is kidnapped in the Middle East a couple of days prior to the Indo-Pakistan final, seemingly by a terrorist, after India wins the semi-final against Sri Lanka. As rookie cop Junaid Ansari, the Cash to Abraham's Tango, Dhawan is one of the best things about Dishoom, a by-the-numbers entertainer with perhaps enough "masala" in it to satisfy the casual moviegoer. It is Dhawan's combination of fun, quirkiness and energy that propels the movie forward and takes the viewer on a ride that has a sexy heroine - Jacqueline Fernandes - who does an item number.
The high point of a "bromance" film is the camaraderie between the two lead characters. Do not give it a miss, you wont at least regret watching this film. In fact, these five minutes are a treat for every Akshay Kumar fan and if you're not one already, you will convert! Rohit doesn't have much of a story here too so he fills the holes with some enjoyable thrills and action.
The Indian government sends John Abraham to Dubai to rescue the missing player. The promotions of the movie went on a full swing Bollywood New brother's John Abraham, Varun Dhawan Performed Live Stunts as a Part Film Promotions.
With DISHOOM, Rohit Dhawan proves his ability to handle big scale and glossy production with utmost comfort and ease. Jacqueline flawlessly justified her character and looking very charming as always. And the icing on the cake is a laugh-out-loud cameo by Akshay Kumar in a manbun, who gets our boys to strip to their trunks. The actor brings the house down with his guest appearance. In a film like this, no one goes looking for logic. In coming weeks movies like Mohenjodaro and Akshay Kumar's Rustom are releasing which might effect the collections.