D-Day (2013)

Hindi 2 hrs 34 mins Thriller
82 %
Total Reviews: 38
Sahi: 31 Nahi: 7

Review Summary: D-DAY is what a well-made thriller ought to be -- taut transfixing and spellbinding with an astounding finale

Average Critic Rating: (3.34)
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Est. Box Office Collection: 31.0 CR

Plot: Agent Wali Khan ( Irrfan Khan ), appointed by the Chief of Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), Ashwini Rao ( Nassar ), has been on a mission for nine years to keep an eye out for the activities of India's most wanted D-Company leader, Goldman ( Rishi... Read more

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Cast:Rishi Kapoor, Irrfan, Arjun Rampal, Huma Qureshi, Akash DahiyaDirector:Nikhil AdvaniAlthough the last photograph of him in public records dates back to over 20 years ago, Dawood Ibrahim remains an endlessly fascinating character, particularly for our
D-DAY is what a well-made thriller ought to be -- taut transfixing and spellbinding with an astounding finale
Bollywood Hungama
Tales of espionage in Bollywood seldom manage to arouse or sustain the tension that the genre demands.
Yahoo India
Worth a watch!
Koi Moi
'D-Day' with an innovative story idea, adept editing, fantastic execution and good performances is immensely watchable, at least once
Yet, the matter does get stretched, till plot lines wear thin and reason dies a bullet-riddled death.
Hindustan Times 
Rajeev Masand
Nikhil Advani exhibits rare brilliance as he manages to sustain edge-of-the-seat suspense throughout
Yahoo India
The back stories and the emotional compulsions of the secret agents form a significant component of the storyline. Unfortunately, these strands are not always emotionally engaging, as a result of which they drag the film down a bit. Wali loves his son to
It's been almost two decades and still the wounds of 'Mumbai Bomb Blast' are not healed. The mastermind behind this whole operation along with many more terror and underworld related matters even today roams free in our neighboring country. Whenever any b
Movie Zadda
Rishi Kapoor plays 'India's Most Wanted Man' (modelled on Dawood Ibrahim, the hint is in the title I guess).
Indian Express
Terrorism is particularly relevant in these times and movie makers will exploit the situation to make films that enlighten the masses about the intricacies of the matterEach country adopts a different take on the affairWhile Britishers have a tendency to
Bollywood Mantra
It is your film if violence mixed with melodrama and pop patriotism is your cocktail of choice.
India Today
It's a one-time watch, do not go with much expectations.
India Today
Bollywood 3
Chetan Anand and J P Dutta have also contributed equally to the patriotism in Indian Cinema.
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Overall, D Day is an amalgamation of some amazing performances and superlative technical aspects. If you can sit through some boring and unwanted emotional scenes, D Day will be a racy action packed thriller. Go for it!
Bollywood 3
Following up on his exceptional Delhi Safari, Director Nikhil Advani continues to reinvent himself with D-Day, a well-crafted, violent drama balanced with an introspective mood that can loosely be indexed under historical fiction
Mumbai Mirror
D-Day is an enjoyable fare and one which inspires a feeling of patriotism in the viewers. But it is more for the evolved audience. Its showcasing in the multiplexes is bad and, coupled with its poor start and unexciting title, this will mar the film's box
Overall, D-Day is a powerfully executed story that delivers what it set out from the very beginning. Protecting the country from organised crime and violence means protecting the killings of innocents to build a new India. As much as it is hard-hitting it
Bolly Spice
D-Day is yet another feather in his cap where he plays India's most wanted i.
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N.B.: It needs to be underlined that the poor showcasing (odd and few shows in multiplexes) will, very unfortunately, definitely not let the film reach its true potential. Shame on the multiplex programmers for not giving the film its due in terms of show
Komals Reviews
2013 Indian crime-thriller film D-Day is the story of four unassuming protagonists, all with varying back stories and a common mission that brings them together on foreign soil to execute one such mission. It explores their journey, their choices, their loss, their victory. Set in never captured on celluloid backdrop, this action drama has music created by Shankar Ehsaan and Loy. Action is intentionally kept real and unchoreographed. The credit for this goes to Tom Struthers of the Dark Knight series, Lara Croft series
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
Story:D-Day''s story is based on the life of a few RAW agents, who are sent on a mission by the Indian Government. Wali Khan (Irrfan Khan), Rudra Pratap Singh (Arjun Rampal), Zoya Rehman (Huma Qureshi) and Aslam (Akash Dhaiya) gets recruited by RAW, infil
Had it not been for a jingoistic speech towards the end and the highly melodramatic familial sagas of each and every character along with predictable turn of events D-Day could have been a flawless nail-biting thriller which it is throughout the first hal
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Gayatri SankarIf you were wondering ‘DDay’ is just a film about RAW agents and their mission then you were thoroughly wrong. Directed by Nikhil Advani, ‘D
Zee News
Nikhil Advani burst onto the scene with the incredibly touching Kal Ho Naa Ho but found it very difficult to find his footing in Bollywood after delivering duds like Salaam-e-Ishq, Chandni Chowk to China, and Patiala House. He also forayed into animation
A gritty action film that would leave you asking for more
Ritesh Shah and Niranjan Iyengar's dialogues are tailored to customs and occasions
Smash Hits
Plot of D-DayD-Day follows the story of four RAW agents who have sacrificed their lives for an all-important secret mission.
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A gripping, ingenious espionage thriller!
Bollywood Life
Four Indian agents plan to bring India's most wanted criminal home from Pakistan - do they succeed?
Times of India
hruti's other release this year includes Prabhudeva's Ramaiya Vastavaiya opposite debutant Girish Kumar.
India Today
Hard hitting and intense, watch it
Bharat Student