MS Dhoni: The Untold Story is a biographical film directed by Neeraj Pandey which showcases the life of Indian cricketer MS Dhoni played by Sushant Singh Rajpoot. The movie seems to be rocking the theaters as the audience speak positively about the movie.

Neeraj Pandey has written dialogues of the film and has also collaborated with Dilip Jha in writing the screenplay and story of the film. Besides directing the movie he is also co-producer of the movie with Fox Star Studios.

About the movie:

The movie, in the first half, shows Dhoni in his school days when he was a goalkeeper and then he takes up playing cricket and becomes a district level player.

The second half shows him as a full-time cricketer and the ups and downs he faces along with his team. Apart from cricket the movie also has a romantic track as Dhoni’s love life is also shown in the movie.

The film is lengthy but entertaining, however, the audience finds it dragging in some parts. Sushant Singh Rajpoot is brilliant as he plays Captain Cool himself which is the highlight of the movie.

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While Kiara Advani plays his wife, Disha Patani plays the character of his ex-girlfriend and both the ladies look wonderful and vivacious in the movie. Other actors including Anupam Kher, Shreyas Talpade, Bhumika Chawla etc. have also done a good job in the film.

Music and screenplay excellence:

Sanjay Chowdahry’s background score and songs by Amaal Mallik and Rochak Kohli add melody and entertainment to the movie. On the technical front, cinematography by Santosh Thundiyil attracts the audience.

The screenplay of the movie is engaging and keeps the audience fixed to their seats from the beginning to the end. Neeraj Pandey has been wonderful behind the camera as he has portrayed everything in a commendable manner.

Public response:

The movie is made in multiple languages including Marathi, Tamil and Telugu and is released on more than 4500 screens. The movie is all claps and whistles and the only drawback of the film is its length. It makes the movie slow down in places; otherwise, it’s a full ‘paisa vasool’.