By Paromeeta Mathur Banerjee(30 Dec 2008)
BELONGS TO THE BREED OF NEW AGE CINEMA - BUT DOESN'T MAKE A MARK
The first thing that strikes you about Dil Kabaddi is that it is one of those movies which belong to the 'new age' breed of cinema. Very in your face, very modern, very urban and very happening. You are immediately reminded of the, Life in a Metro, Pyaar Ke Side Effects, Jhankar Beats, Sorry Bhai etc. mould of making movies. However, having said that Dil Kabaddi, fails to make a mark.
To begin with, because it attempts to stereotype:
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