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Dhol  (2007 - Hindi)

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  • Making things happen :)

    Dhol rating: 5 out of 10

    By Making things happen :) (17 Mar 2008)

    Priyadarshan’s Dhol is a mix bag, which largely disappoints and fails to excite, barring a few odd laughs. The most annoying part itself is the central theme of the movie which is kept away from the story till the fag end. May be the director tried to use the trick of unraveling mystery the old way; those stone-aged movies where certain objects were introduced out of nowhere just to keep the story going. Though not a comedy trash like Priyadarshan’s recent flicks–provides a few gags after all–Dhol is certainly skippable. » read more

  • Ritesh Kataria

    Dhol rating: 2 out of 10

    By Ritesh Kataria(19 Nov 2009)

    Dhol audience ka Bajaya!!

    After 'films' like 'Hulchul', 'Garam Masala', 'Bhagam Bhag', 'Bhool Bulaiyaa' and whatever, director Priyadarshan has gained the reputation of being one of the worst directors today. 'Dhol' only further confirms that spot. I got to watch this piece of crap when I went at one of my cousins place.

    'Dhol' too features some of the worst actors (e.g. Tanushree Dutta, Rasika Joshi, Tushar Kapoor etc). There is no story. Direction is ...well, there is no direction. All the performances are of abysmal quality. Rajpal Yadav is the only ... » read more

  • Abdul Rahim Tayebali M. Kazi

    Dhol rating: 10 out of 10

    By Abdul Rahim Tayebali M. Kazi(19 Nov 2009)

    DHOL is a hilarious tale of four boys PAKYA (Sharman Joshi), SAM (Tushar Kapoor), GOTI (Kunal Khemu) & MARU (Rajpal Yadav) who want to make it big in life with the least possible effort. They have been doing all sorts of jobs with hardly any money. They decide that the only way to get rich (without working too hard) is to marry a rich girl. The four cannot believe their luck when Ritu (Tanushree Dutta) shifts into their neighborhood.
    All four of them try various methods to get close to the girl including impressing her grandparents but somehow nothing goes right. But ... » read more

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