Kill Dil

Kill Dil

Once upon a time in North India, two killers – Dev (Ranveer Singh) and Tutu (Ali Zafar) - roamed free. Abandoned when young and vulnerable, Bhaiyaji (Govinda) gave them shelter and… nurtured them to kill! All is normal in their lives until destiny throws free-spirited Disha (Parineeti Chopra) into the mix. What follows is a game of defiance, deception and love.

"Kill Dil" revolves around two characters Tutu and Dev and who were abandoned when they were little. They were brought up by Bhaiyaji and led to the criminal path. When they are mature, Dev falled in love with a girl named Disha and decided to abandon the underworld. Is everything be so easy like that? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kill Dil torrent reviews

Keith L (kr) wrote: Fascinating documentary. Genius drummer but awful human being.

diana d (au) wrote: I absolutely adored it : an attempt to pacify Chinese - Japanese resentment, a very sensitive portrait of father son relationships, not far from Ang Lee's Men women eat drink, but far more profound, almost a play, were it not for the magnificent scenery. Each of Yimou's films seem to have a very distinct personality, a universe of their own.

Andrea M (us) wrote: Dragons! Done stupid.

Lesley N (ca) wrote: From MARCUS SEABERRY's favourites list

David F (au) wrote: Probably the pinnacle of 70's disaster film cheese, and the source of no end of material for the Airplane spoofs. All the usual suspects are there - Helen Reddy as the singing nun, Linda Blair as the kid who needs the operation, Sid Caesar trying to do 'Your Show of Shows' without Imogene Coca (complete with double-takes) the sitcom triumvirate of Conrad Janis, Norman Fell and Jerry Stiller as a bunch of drunks, and the insufferable Gloria Swason going on and on about what it means to be Gloria Swanson. Best part is when George Kennedy gets all misty-eyed when he talks to his wife and 'Joe Patroni Jr.' who are on that plane! Only Myrna Loy comes out unscathed - in fact, it looks like she doesn't know why she's there.

David H (au) wrote: Another suspensful, bewichting and charming Crime Movie with the great Margaret Rutherford as the hillarious Detective Miss Marple