Kill Dil Review|Bollymoviereviewz
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Kill Dil Review

Kill Dil Rating: 2.15/5

From All the  reviews on the web

Showing Top 11 Reviews

Kill Dil Hindi Movie Review

Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
There's not a lot of praise one can heap on 'Kill Dil' except to say that it's not an unwatchable film. The first hour goes by briskly, and you'll even find yourself smiling along. If that's enough for you, give it a shot. I'm going with two stars for the film, and additional half star for Ranveer Singh's terrific performance, which makes it two-and-a-half out of five for 'Kill Dil'.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:-- Review By: Komal Nahta Site:Zee ETC Bollywood Business
On the whole, Kill/Dil has an enjoyable first half but a dull second half. At the box-office, it will not be able to do much and will exhaust its run quite fast. If, in spite of its ordinary fate at the ticket windows, it still manages to sail safe, it would be because of the revenues it has generated and/or will generate from other sources.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:2/5 Review By: Hungama Network Site:Bollywood Hungama
KILL DIL is a film which clearly lacks the 'YRF' style. With this film, director Shaad Ali has terribly failed to recreate the same magic which he had earlier exhibited in films like SAATHIYA and BUNTY AUR BABLI.While the film struggles to establish itself within the first half, the second half not just loses its pace, but also the direction in which the film is heading towards.On the whole, KILL DIL is a film, which could have been worth watching, had it been handled and directed properly. This film's definitely worth a miss.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:3/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site:Filmcompanion
Visit Site for more
Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Meena Iyer Site:Times of India (TOI)
Shaad Ali's Kill Dil is inspired by countless Hollywood movies that showcase the protagonists romancing the gun. There is enough pizzazz to divert you from the cliched plot. It is certainly a step up from Shaad's last disastrous outing, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007). And what makes this film watchable is the effortless chemistry between Ranveer and Ali.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:1/5 Review By: Sukanya Verma Site:Rediff
Kill Dil has random songs, birdbrained logic and a romance that’s about as exciting as toothpaste. Seriously, even the on-going season of Bigg Boss has more meat than this half-cooked turkey of a script. It’s as though Shaad discovered somebody’s cell phone, read all 20 SMS jokes (the kind that led to the invention of technology like mute and block) and decided to make a no-holds barred dumb movie out of it.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:2/5 Review By: Saibal Chaterjee Site:NDTV
A stylishly shot and neatly packaged action caper, Kill Dil could have been a killer film. It isn't. It simply doesn't have enough soul and substance to be able to go all the way to the finish line with its grand design in one piece. Watch Kill Dil if you have plenty of time to kill. It is unlikely to deliver much joy to your dil, though. .
Visit Site for more
Ratings:0.5/5 Review By: Shubhra Gupta Site:Indian Express
I have just got done with ‘Kill Dil’, and my heart is still in a state of arrest: how can you make a film with a bunch of actors who have proved they are capable of carrying a scene, and above all Govinda, which is such a dud? This isn't one of those films that slides after a promising start. This begins badly, plods away the way it began, and ends worse.Dear Yashraj, are you serious
Visit Site for more
Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Rohit Khilnani Site:India Today
The first half of the film is very entertaining but post interval it's a bit slow. The end could have been much better but looks like it was all wrapped up in a rush. Even after all the little flaws Kill Dil is a good watch! Two hours of pure entertainment.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:2/5 Review By: Mohar Basu Site:Koimoi
Kill Dil won’t make you cringe for sure, but the film suffers from mistaken identity and that remains its perennial problem. There are two many songs in the film that dilutes the central drama. The camaraderie works, the romance does too, but what doesn’t work is the film’s story. The botched up climax and the abrupt, muddled ending killed the little goodness that was there in the film. Kill Dil‘s ending just made me want to yell, ‘Kill Me!’ The film is such a waste of a fine caste and what had the potential of being a good film.
Visit Site for more
Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Manjusha RadhaKrishnan Site:Gulf News
But what sets Kill Dil apart is the endearing performance by Ranveer Singh. Singh may have had the best lines, but actor Ali Zafar as Tutu complements him well as his partner in crime. 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. Watch it if you love Singh and his nervous energy.
Visit Site for more
Also Try:
Upcoming Hindi Movies Calendar
Box Office Collection India 
Movies  Release List 2014
Movies Release List 2015
New Hindi Movies 

Read More About Celebs:
Salman Khan | Shahrukh Khan |Aamir Khan | Ranbir Kapoor |Akshay Kumar | Hrithik Roshan
Kill Dil Review
  • Comments
  • Facebook Comments


  1. Read full review at

  2. Kill Dil isn't a completely write off movie as it begins with a stylized tone, has some endearing performances, good music but gradually the movie looses its steam because of bad writing, couple of extra songs & had the ending been not that hurried & warped, it would have been a good watch. For my detailed review, please visit.........

  3. KILL/DIL:
    Blame it on Yashraj for another letdown! [2/5]

    The all melodramatic, stylish and formulaic 70’s has always been a pet for Bollywood enthusiasts. The obsession is so sky-scraping we have made almost every film from that era a classic in today’s times. A gruesomely awesome villain, heroes with undying attitude & emotional story to back-up their instinct in present, sensational beauties ready to show off their best of designer outfits & born-leniency to step in a song & dance sequence at any given time!

    Well, all that could work in sync if smartly put in the mold of a tout script and engaging screenplay but it is like asking for much as for as Shaad Ali’s KILL/DIL is concerned. So, it turns out to be an average action-potboiler with a clear signage of some good deadpan humor, laudable performances of a couple from the cast, stylish looks and scenic camerawork getting wasted for most. Even Gulzar saab’s poetic commentary all the way through different segments and stages in the plot could not lesser any of your displeasures from the film.

    Dev [The all bouncy, jovial & animated Ranveer Singh] and Tutu [Ali Zafar, cool as ever] are two best of buddies raised to be cold-blooded sharp-shooters by their foster-father in crime world Bhaiyaji [Govinda back to win hearts]. Their Maar-keting job is paying them well to do all the debauchery deeds until Dev meets Disha [Parineeti in probably one of her most trivial roles], born & brought in the plot to give a new Disha i.e. direction to Dev’s life. No prizes for guessing, the heart in love creates havoc in the promising plot & in quite enticing lives of both the sharpshooters. The buoyancy in characters gets killed brutally by the saddening melodrama.

    This doesn’t mean KILL/DIL to be a complete wash-out. Shaad Ali’s average story gets constant boost up from the pokerfaced wit in the dialogues and some of the intentionally-designed elements in the screenplay. In the very first scene, you see a political leader approaching in a car and the number-plate reads ‘Neta’ [Leader in Hindi]. The pun is bold & hard to get unnoticed. Similarly, there is a sequence where a jeweler gets into his regular bargain-mode ignoring the fact that he currently is at gunpoint of his possible abductors. & how can you overlook a Nirupa Roy portrait on the wall, as the founder of a life-insurance company!

    KILL/DIL sees the comeback sort of the yesteryear mass-entertainer Govinda in his first outing as the antagonist of a film. He plays the Godfather to Ranveer & Ali and does it with more emotions than just playing the routine villain. He can show off his moist eyes as well as the iniquity in the nature. He talks less but worthy, he laughs good and scary and dances too. Isn’t it enough to celebrate! Ranveer is known for investing loads of energy like a powerhouse. He does exactly same here too. With Ali’s all more unruffled & at ease presentation and some of the best nippy one-liners, his portrayal is pleasantly vivacious. Parineeti does her part well but doesn’t really amaze you much.

    On the whole, Shaad Ali’s KILL/DIL could have been better if persistent and confident about its experiment with styling the age-old sub-standard plot as a shinier-slicker & tighter entertainer. It had glimpses and hints but that’s that. For the rest, it is a regular movie-going experience just to kill your time and not the appetite for good entertainment. Home-viewing could be a different story altogether. My quest for a story-department in Yashraj Films hasn’t ended yet! [2/5]

  4. booooring movie flopppppp

  5. Below expectation...

  6. Below expectation....

  7. I dont know wots wrong with these critics y they are giving such bad riviews to a grt movie... I saw the saw movie today with my whole family and everyone liked pls dont listen to these critics Just go and enjoy it noone will be disappoint after watching it ...Thumbs up(y)

  8. NYC movie govinda and ranveer rocks ;)

  9. It's a full entertainment movie must watch it dont even miss it go and watch

  10. ‘Yashraj Films’ has been one of the most prominent production houses of hindi cinema, since decades. With delivering some of the greatest hits of all time, YRF, in recent times, has given numerous chances to new talent, be it actors, singers or directors. But if you’re doing a film under
    Yash Raj banner, the expectations of the audiences automatically rise.

    After delivering hits like ‘Saathiya’ and ‘Bunty aur Babli’, ‘Shaad Ali’ returns to his director seat with his new film ‘Kill Dil’.

    Kill Dil narrates the story of Dev (Ranveer Singh) and Tutu (Ali Zafar), two expert shooters, who work for Bhaiyaaji (Govinda), a gangster, who picked them up from the dustbin and gave them shelter. Twist in the story, as usual, when a girl enters their life. Dev (Ranveer Singh) falls for Disha (Parineeti Chopra), a social worker, when the two meet at a night club. What follows is the same old usual drama where the guy intends to leave all his criminal activities for being with a girl. Bhaiyaaji definitely does not approve of this and warns Dev to return back to work. And the rest follows!

    Kill Dil remains to be a total disappointment. With such good promos and promotions the film lacks the basic essence: a good story indeed. Even a two hour long film seems so stretched and dull. The first half still makes you feel good with some really smart and witty one liners by Govinda, Ranveer and Ali but the rest is a clear test of your patience.

    Most of the story revolves around Ranveer Singh who tries his best to entertain you, yet fails. Ali Zafar hardly impresses. Govinda is wasted, with too much of screen presence give to other actors. Parineeti Chopra does not make an impact.

    Kill Dil kills your time, patience and money. This is clearly the worst films I have seen this year. For god sake, stay away!

    Rating- 1/5

    Log on to for more reviews


Please don't use abusive language
All comments go through automatic verification and anything abusive will be auto filtered