Get ready for a rollercoaster ride. Dabangg is a full-on Masala film complete with the Jayka of Bihar, gun-toting gangsters, corrupt politicians and Robinhood Pandey. With this Salman Khan-starrer, Bollywood has reopened its doors for once-upon-a-time popular hardcore action films.

What is it about?

Chulbul Pandey’s stepfather Prajapati Pandey (Vinod Khanna) treats him as inferior. Instead, he showers his love and affection over his younger son Makhanchan (Arbaaz Khan). Chulbul’s only support is in the form of his mother (Dimple Kapadia). He grows up to become a dabangg (fearless) cop bashing up dacoits. In one such encounter, Chulbul Pandey fights against bank dacoits and leaves them bruised and battered. However, Chulbul is unaware that the dacoits work for Cheddi Singh (Sonu Sood). He thus invites the wrath and fury of the dreaded criminal cum politician Cheddi.

In the meantime, Chulbul falls in love with Rajo (Sonakshi Sinha). He starts wooing her and sings a couple of songs for her. On the home front, his mother passes away, thus ending the relationship with his family. The eccentric Chulbul also insults his step-brother Makhanchan on his wedding day. As calamity strikes – their factory is burnt and Prajapati suffers a heart attack – Makhanchan has no other option but to join hands with Cheddi Singh.

Cheddi plans to take advantage of the spoilt relations between the brothers. He offers Makhanchan a chance to settle scores with Chulbul once and for all. Will Makhanchan accept Cheddi’s offer or will he help his brother?

WOW!!!!

Salman Khan is in awe-inspiring form and does what he is best at i.e. entertain the audience. He lives the character from scene one and beautifully enthralls the crowd with his trademark histrionics. On top of it, the slick action sequences make the character larger than life. Both, Sonu Sood and Arbaaz Khan have played their parts well. Newcomer Sonakshi Sinha is efficient and has enacted her role perfectly. Full marks to the action director, S.Vijayan for choreographing such extra-ordinary and impacting stunts.

Paisa Vasool!!

Munni Badnaam will surely make you whistle and tap your feet. The song, choreographed by Farah Khan and composed by Lalit, sends the viewers into an unexplained frenzy.

Final Verdict

Though Dabangg has nothing new to offer; it surely is old wine packaged in a brand new alluring bottle and a paisa vasool entertainer.

[rating:3.5]

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7 Comments

  1. makhi

    September 10, 2010 at 5:37 pm

    watch only for salman khan, nothin in the movie . Salman(Best) movie (BAD)

  2. ashok

    September 10, 2010 at 9:09 pm

    This review is short and sweet. The author has avoided to explain the movie in detail.It is a very good film, an entertaining film.

  3. namrata

    September 14, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    very badly written review.

  4. mayank

    September 17, 2010 at 10:41 am

    I have to say there is something happen to public OR it is a effect of level of our bollywood film oR holiday fever OR anyother thing that make this film successful intially.Otherwise it is very boring film with same childish overacting by Salman. Only good thing about this film is its femal actor.Except all is very disappointing.

  5. Vishal

    September 17, 2010 at 8:37 pm

    I dunno what has happened to the people who gives rating to the film. I saw this film first day first show and was completely disappointed. There is no story at all to offer. On top of that, this movie has so many big stars like Vinod Khanna, Dimpal Kapadia, Mahesh Manjerakar, Anupam Kher, but the roles given to them are pretty sad.
    The only person on whom the whole film is focused is Salman Khan.
    Sonakshi is looking good, nice start to her career.
    Overall a very sad movie.
    Seriously, only a die hard Salman Khan fan can digest this movie.
    I would only give 1 of 5 star to this movie.

  6. snehadube

    September 20, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    its wondreful you thank you for telling about the movie no need to me to see it
    ha ha ha

  7. Ambarish Kumar Sharma

    October 22, 2010 at 11:55 am

    This movie is the one of its kind in its class, that class of worst ever seen movies.

    Shitt and bulshit to the producers and directors.

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