Dil Juunglee movie review: Supremely funny with committed performances

Dil Juunglee movie review: Supremely funny with committed performances

Dil Juunglee, directed by Aleya Sen and starring, Taapsee Pannu, Saqib Saleem, Nidhi Singh, Abhilash Thapliyal and Srishti Shrivastava is a very funny and joyful movie that must be seen by people. It isn’t something groundbreaking, and there isn’t much plot to the story, but what it does have is a breezy energy and committed performances. The story revolves around Koroli Nair, played by Taapsee Pannu who comes from England in her quest to find something else, but instead finds herself teaching English at British council. One of her students is Sumit Uppal, who is a gym trainer. Both of of them grow close together, but then the arrival of more friends from England and others that already existed.

The acting by all the cast members is exceptionally funny, as they all make their characters rise above all the cliche’s in the script to delver fresh performances that don’t seem like you’ve seen them before. Aleya Sen makes sure that even when the situations in the movie as a bit over the top, they don’t cross the line to outright silliness.

Taapsee Pannu, who deserves even better roles, again proves that she can easily do comedy as she is adept at Drama, her character is daffy and free spirited but never a dumb chick like the one she played in the horrid Judwaa 2. Saqib Saleem, another actor who should be in more movies, is also very good, playing a different character than he usually does. He also isn’t concerned with making the character look like a doofus at first, which makes us like him more. Watch the movie if you want to see something light and funny.

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