Dhokha Round D Corner rests on an interesting idea. It commences well with a neatly stitched-together montage which looks like one long take. The Rashomon style of narrative is also well intended. However, the biggest problem with the film is that the central character of the terrorist is just not well fleshed out. His actions seem very unconvincing. Also, the developments in the narrative are very silly. Hence, even though the twist in the tale in the end is shocking, it fails to make the desired impact. R Madhavan, as expected, is superb. Khushalii Kumar makes a great debut. Aparshakti Khurana tries to give his best but is let down by the writing. Darshan Kumaar is fair. Vasuki Punj leaves a mark. All in all, Dhokha Round D Corner doesn’t impress.
My rating – ** out of 5!