Why Kajol's look in 'Dilwale' raises the bar for celebrity styling
As a piece of cinema, Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale was one of the most tiresome films of last year. Within minutes of its start, the story starts skidding crazily from sense to nonsense, a pattern that defines it till the very end. A silly script even by Bollywood’s brand of improbability, humour that veered from banal to barely funny with fast cars and deafening guns dashing in and out of the storyline, all the film had was a certain polished “appearance". From a mouthwateringly delightful blue leather jacket worn by Shah Rukh Khan early on in the film when he still works with his father Vinod Khanna in Bulgaria to his funky remodeling garage for cars in Goa in the latter half where Varun Dhawan plays a tediously vain amateur, the film tries to erect a matrix of “looks". SRK looks good as does the young and fresh Kriti Sanon. Dhawan’s effortful acting is nerve-grating but Kajol looks so fabulous throughout that her presence works as a redeeming factor in the idiotic film as well as a style bonanza.
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