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Jack and Dil

Jack and Dil

02 Nov, 2018
1 hrs 38 mins
204 votes
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It is a modern-day story of a carefree man, Jack, whose only passion is to read detective novels so he could write one of his own too. However, the problem arises when the penniless Jack falls in love with the idea of buying a dog. To what extent will Jack go to own a dog?
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Verdict: An easy breezy romantic comedy. Romantic comedies have their own charm and the latest entry into the list is Jack And Dil. Starring Amit Sadh, Sonal Chauhan, and Arbaaz Khan, Jack And Dil is directed by Sachin P. Karande. Written by Sanjeev Dutta who share writing credits for fabulous films like Life in a Metro and Barfi!, the movie has all our hopes high. What`s Jack And Dil About: The m... ...Read full review
For serious lovers of cinema in India, "romantic comedy", have become muted words in the last few years, conjuring images of cloying meet-ups, obligatory second-act obstacles and tearful airport or railway station reunions. That`s what makes Director Sachin P. Karande`s Jack and Dil stand apart. Conceptually, it is romantic and comedic without ever being formulaic. ...Read full review
Its one thing to have a bad script and another, to feature in a haphazard movie. The unpreparedness of the director and overall senselessness of the film is evident in many sequences. For instance, there is a section where Amit Sadhs part is randomly dubbed by another shrill voice before the actor again takes over. Also, other than Sonal, who looks presentable and fits her part, no other actor has rendered or even tried to do justice to what they have in hand. Arbaaz Khan`s role as the uptight business tycoon is never given the opportunity to grow and develop as the story progresses, leaving him look like a misfit in this insipid tale of monotonous love, followed by competition and jealousy. ...Read full review
Jack and Dil confirms that we are in the midst of one of the greatest creative recessions in Hindi cinema. It is a time when one-line narrations are realised on the big screen with negligible articulation. In this film, when one character introduces himself as a detective novel ka writer, hes probed further: Murder mystery likhna chahte ho? But inane dialogue and a pointless plot are not the only concerns here. ...Read full review