Dhokha: Round D Corner Movie Review: R Madhavan’s ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ was a box office hit earlier this year. After the success of “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect,” he has come out with a new horror movie titled “Dhokha; Round D Corner.” Let’s dive deep into the review of the newly released movie “Dhokha: Round D Corner” to find out if it’s worth your time.
Sanchi Sinha, a housewife suffering from a personality illness, is kidnapped by a terrorist named Haq Gul, and Yathaarth Sinha, her husband, is suspected of cheating on her. This tale of truth and deceit will eventually reveal the truth about its protagonists after several unexpected plot turns.
Cast & Crew
The film’s main characters are played by R Madhavan, Khushali Kumar, Darshan Kumar, Neha Vaishnav, and Aparshakti Khurana. Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Dharmendra Sharma, and Vikrant Sharma under the T-Series Film Production banner, the film is directed by Kookie Gulati. Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, Rochak Kohli, and Amar Mohile all contributed to the soundtrack. Amit Roy is in charge of the cinematography.
|Movie Name||Dhokha: Round D Corner|
|Music Director||Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, Rochak Kohli, Amar Mohile (Background score)|
|Producer||Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Dharmendra Sharma, Vikrant Sharma|
|Cast||R Madhavan, Khushali Kumar, Darshan Kumar, Neha Vaishnav and Aparshakti Khurana|
A Dhokha; a D-Round The pace of Corner ramps up after the terrorists break into the protagonist’s house and take his wife hostage. After the hostage crisis, the movie’s subsequent sequences are so well-written and performed that we won’t be able to stop watching. There are some slow spots in the first and second halves of the film, but the intriguing story and unexpected turns keep us watching until the very end. The movie has a few twists that will make you glad you saw it in a theatre.
Even though the role is generic and offers nothing fresh to the story, Madhavan once again demonstrates his acting chops. In contrast to his other films, this one has Aparshakti Khurana in a dramatic part, and the actor does a respectable job as a terrorist with a secret past. While Khushali Kumar is stunning to look at on screen and has great chemistry with Madhavan, her performance in the film is unremarkable. Darshan Kumar is a natural fit for the role of the cop, although there isn’t much room for his acting abilities in this particular part. Everyone else in the film played their part accurately.
Basically, Dhokha: Round D Corner passes muster from a technical standpoint. Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, and Rochak Kohli’s soundtrack for the film’s songs aren’t very good, but it fits the tone of the movie well, and Amar Mohile’s score for the film’s background sequences is exciting and effective. Amit Roy, who oversaw the film’s cinematography, seems to have gotten some decent pictures. The movie looks good and has solid production qualities.
Kookie Gulati, whose previous films “Prince” and “The Big Bull” flopped at the box office, succeeded only moderately in captivating viewers with a suspenseful tale this time around.
All in all, Dhokha: Round D Corner is a fascinating thriller despite a few nitpicks in the storytelling.
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