Abhishek Bachchan’s Dasvi Has Purpose But Lacks Focus


You must have heard about a new upcoming movie called Dasvi, right? Series have become really popular nowadays. 

Abhishek Bachchan’s Dasvi
Abhishek Bachchan’s Dasvi


Dasvi is a new movie that is directed by Tushar Jalota. And the actors starring in this series are Abhishek Bachchan, Nimrat Kaur and Yami Gautam. Moreover, this series will be available both on Netflix and Jio Cinema.

We all watch series and movies for entertainment purposes, isn’t it? Now, there are movies and series made solely for entertainment purposes, some deliver some messages and a few that entertain and deliver messages. 

Dasvi is one of those movies that not only entertain the viewers but also send some message to the viewers. 

The series follows a Chief Minister played This movie follows the story of a Chief minister, played by Abhishek Bachchan. In Dasvi, you will get to see how a corrupt and dishonest politician has a change of heart. 

On the other hand, the role of the chief minister’s wife is played by Nimrat Kaur.  Yami Gautam is also a part of this movie and plays the role of a cop. Moreover, her role is an important part of the series’ journey as well. 

Why Is Dasvi Said to Have Lost Its Focus?

The writers of Dasvi are Ritesh Saha, Suresh Nair and Sandeep Laeyzell. And when writing the storyline of Dasvi, you’ll see that the focus is more on the narrative. 

Now, this means that to impart Dasvi’s message to the viewers, the character development has been exaggerated to a certain extent. 

For instance, you will see that Abhishek Bachchan and his wife have molded themselves perfectly into their stereotypical roles. Furthermore, the connection between these two characters is also seen as forced. 

Additionally, there is a vast difference between the two halves of the series. The first half is filled with humor. The second half, on the other hand, lacks humor.

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Moreover, the ending of this movie also seems rushed, especially during the last half an hour of the movie. 

Therefore, although Tushar Jalota aims to entertain and send a message side by side to the viewers, a little more effort could have been taken. 

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