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The solid performances of the lead actors ground the fantasy, while there are lots of elaborate set-pieces and witty one-liners to sustain interest.
Mr. Ali's movie has glimmers of reality and even of a social conscience.
There are too many "creative escapades" in the film. Out of the blue, the actors decide to escape to deserts and seasides, mainly to make a particular song look beautiful. The songs in the movie are interruptions in the narrative.
There is enough pizzazz to divert you from the clichéd plot...the film belongs to Ranveer. He's as keyed up as an Energiser bunny, exuding charm and competence in equal measure.
Kill Dil doesn't offer any riveting twists, but you don't feel like putting a bullet to your head at the end of it either.
The material is so flimsy that it evaporates on contact with anything resembling reality. It's tonally off and puzzling throughout.
Director Shaad Ali tries to package this unoriginal storyline with some frills, including kitschy dance numbers and smart dialogue, but they can't camouflage the weakness of his script.
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