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De Taali Movie Review  

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De Taali Movie Review
  Movie Review : De Taali
Rating : 1.25 / 5
Banner : Rising Star Entertainment & Sahara One Motion Pictures
Cast : Aftab Shivdasani, Ritesh Deshmukh, Ayesha Takia, Rimi Sen, Satish Shah, Anupam Kher, Saurabh Shukla, Mukul Dev, Pawan Malhotra and Others
Music : Vishal Dadlani & Shekhar Ravjiani
Producer: Ravi Walia
Director: E Niwas
Released Date: June 20, 2008
De Taali Bollywood Movie Review


Another comic tale going sour, the film begins with three close buddies Paglu (Riteish), Abhi (Aftab) and Amu (Ayesha) who are very much part of each others lives so much so that both Paglu and Abhi do not even realize the presence of Amu as a girl. All is going well in the lives of the three friends until a time comes when Paglu realizes the special feelings Amu is getting for Abhi and it takes him a while before he makes her realize about her being a girl and then her unrealized love for Abhi. As things take shape with Amu getting ready to pop the question to Abhi, tragedy strikes when they discover that Abhi is actually in love with Kartika also known as Anjali (Rimi Sen) who comes with a motive. Before the heartbreak has sunk in, another twist happens in the tale when Kartika gets kidnapped by the baddie (Saurabh Shukla) and from then on what follows is a weird tale of sentiment, melodrama and some unexpected surprises. What happens after that and who gets whom forms the rest of the story.


De Taali Hindi Cinema Review


The director who has been known for his immense talent has failed to live upto the mark this time and though his intentions were good to provide a good comedy with some heart filling moments, he forgot to keep hold on the story and its presentation. The narration of the plot lacked luster and the script was written shabbily. The screenplay was better but missed out during the key points in the movie. The music was just about average with two numbers that were worth and the rest can be ignored. Camera was effective, was there someone in the editing team? Riteish has evolved more as an actor with each passing film and he sure has the potential to carry the film on his shoulders, Aftab did what he could to his select category of audience. Rimi was a stunner with some mesmerizing looks and spicy appeal but the real beauty is Ayesha who keeps growing prettier day by day. Some efficient cast like Anupam Kher, Saurabh Shukla, Pawan Malhotra, Mukul Dev were underutilized as their roles did not have the right kind of substance. The others were okay.


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When you are looking at entertaining the audience and winning their points, it is essential to mix your product with the right quantity of technical values and a good essence of story content. This was missing in the film which takes off to a good start in the first half but then things go wrong in the second half with some unexpected and unwanted tracks and the film reaches a stage when the audience realizes that there is not much happening and waits for the flick to get over. Loosely based on the famous TV drama 'Dawson's Creek' the maker was spending more time on the technical aspects of the film without concentrating on the story and the subject which has worked against the movie. It was another good film which could have been better but has gone wrong with mistakes in fundamentals of film making.

Bharatstudent verdict: Can be passed, nothing great about it...


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