Dhokha: Round D Corner Hindi Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Dhokha: Round D Corner Movie Review: This year, R Madhavan’s “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” was a box office success. After “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” became a hit, he released “Dhokha; Round D Corner,” a new horror film. To determine whether the recently released film “Dhokha: Round D Corner” is worthwhile your time, let’s examine the review in detail.

Dhokha: Round D Corner Movie Review


Sanchi Sinha, a housewife with a personality disorder, is abducted by a terrorist named Haq Gul, and her husband Yathaarth Sinha is believed to have had an extramarital affair. After several surprising narrative twists, this story of truth and deceit will eventually disclose the protagonists’ true identities.

Cast & Crew

R Madhavan, Khushali Kumar, Darshan Kumar, Neha Vaishnav, and Aparshakti Khurana all play key roles in the movie. The movie is helmed by Kookie Gulati and is produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Dharmendra Sharma, and Vikrant Sharma under the T-Series Film Production banner. The soundtrack was created by Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, Rochak Kohli, and Amar Mohile. The cinematography is under the direction of Amit Roy.

Movie Name Dhokha: Round D Corner
Director Kookie Gulati
Music Director Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, Rochak Kohli, Amar Mohile (Background score)
Producer Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Dharmendra Sharma, Vikrant Sharma
Genre Crime, Thriller
Cast R Madhavan, Khushali Kumar, Darshan Kumar, Neha Vaishnav and Aparshakti Khurana
Cinematography Amit Roy

Movie Verdict

A D-Round; a Dhokha After the terrorists invade the protagonist’s home and kidnap his wife, the action in Corner picks up. The film’s ensuing sequences after the hostage situation are so masterfully written and played that we won’t be able to put it down. The beginning and second half of the movie have a few lulls, but the compelling plot and surprise twists keep us watching right up to the very end. You’ll be happy you saw the movie in a theatre after a few of its turns.

Despite the basic nature of the role and the fact that it adds nothing new to the narrative, Madhavan once more proves his acting prowess. Aparshakti Khurana plays a tragic role in this movie, in contrast to his other ones, and he does a commendable job portraying a terrorist with a dark past. Khushali Kumar’s performance in the movie is unmemorable, despite the fact that she looks lovely on screen and has excellent chemistry with Madhavan. Despite the little opportunity for acting in this particular part, Darshan Kumar is a natural fit for the role of the cop. Everyone else in the movie performed their roles faithfully.

Dhokha: Basically, Round D Corner meets all technological requirements. The soundtrack for the movie’s songs, by Tanishk Bagchi, Bappi Lahiri, and Rochak Kohli, isn’t great, but it fits the tone of the picture perfectly, while Amar Mohile’s score for the background scenes is thrilling and effective. The cinematographer for the movie, Amit Roy, appears to have captured some passable images. The movie has excellent production values and a good appearance.

Kookie Gulati, whose previous movies “Prince” and “The Big Bull” bombed at the box office, only somewhat succeeded in holding spectators’ attention this time with a frightening tale.

Despite a few flaws in the plot, Dhokha: Round D Corner is an intriguing thriller overall.

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Unwanted inclusions in the story

Rating: 3/5

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