Dolly Ki Doli Movie Review


Dolly-Ki-Doli-Hyderabad-TheMovie : Dolly Ki Doli
Cast : Sonam Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao
Producer : Arbaaz Khan
Director : Abhishek Dogra
Music Director : Sajid-Wajid
Timesofap Rating : 2.75/5

Dolly Ki Doli, produced by Arbaaz Khan,has already created enough buzz amongst the movie goers. The film, also features Rajkummar Rao, Pulkit Samrat and Varun Sharma in pivotal roles and has hit the screens today. Lets see how it turns out to be…


The film’s story revolves around the character named Dolly (Sonam Kapoor) who is only good at fooling men with her beauty. Ones she makes the men fall for her, she gets married to them and runs away with all the money the next morning.

Dolly works with a gang, who never gets captured in anyone’s camera. In her journey of theft, she meets various lover boys like Sonu Sarawat (Rajkummar Rao) and Manoj Singh Chadda (Varun Sharma), whom she eventually gets married to and fools them robbing everything she possibly could. Her case is given to inspector, Robin Singh (Pulkit Samrat), who has a past attached to Dolly.

What is Robin and Dolly’s relation? And will Robin be able to catch Dolly and the gang? Forms the rest of the movie.


Sonam Kapoor looks beautiful and she has improved a lot acting wise. Rajkummar Rao and Varun Sharma entertained the audiences very well and the dance number by Rajkummar is outstanding. Pulkit Sharma looks handsome and his Haryanvi accent is excellent.

Plus Points:

The major plus point of Dolly Ki Doli is its duration, the movie runs about only 100 minutes. There is no chance of getting bored as the film starts and finishes within a small time space. The movie is quite interesting.

Minus Points:

The second half of the film is ridiculous and the story eventually loses its grip. The climax is silly and predictable. Characters Rajkkumar, Varun and Zeeshan are completely wasted in the film as there is no scope for acting. Saif’s cameo is wasted completely.

Technical aspects:

Director Abhishek Dogra couldn’t manage to entertain his audience throughout the movie. It was only in the first half that the interest factor was alive, the second half completely lowered the bar and the interest went aloof due to the confusing and weird screenplay.

Cinematography by Saurabh Goswami is okay, while the editing by Hemal Kothari is not up to the mark. The songs are fine, especially Malliaka’s item number, and are placed well in the plot.


On a whole, Dolly Ki Doli is a decent one time watch because of its entertaining first half and decent performances by the cast.