'MS Dhoni: The Untold Story' promises less- an untold story. And it is so effectively told that you practically know that each frame next is going to get amazing and an uplifting experience. The cricket bits, especially, and the crisp conversations between Dhoni and the eastern railways ticket collection head Animesh Ganguly are especially inspiring.
Fresh, entertaining and motivating to move on, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story effectively captures the screenplay and enhances the performances. Thankfully, Sushant Singh Rajput looks and acts exactly like Dhoni. The girls are not given to do much, but that's totally okay, since the biopic talks about them in good amount. But you have to admit it's tad overlong, and Neeraj Pandey the director is to be accused.
But the film makes for its flaws in a smart way. The emotional highs are ultimately lowered by the flat sitcom-style emoting, but you feel this emotions depite their artifice. Every unnecessary narrative has a yummy backstory backup. I am going with a 3.5 for 'Dhoni biopic'. It's an ultimately winning film which deserves being watched.
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Sushant does a great job so as Neeraj in this lengthy biopic