Dasvi movie review: Abhishek Bachchan may have delivered a worthy performance but the film fails to make the right impact.

Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it... this quite appropriately sums up the thought that Abhishek Bachchan-starrer Dasvi builds on.

With all good intentions to educate and entertain the audience, Dasvi somewhere falls prey to its own chaos and confusion and ends up all over the place.

Director Tushar Jalota has mixed too many elements to convey one simple message, and it loses focus way more often than you would expect.

As a result, the inconsistent storytelling makes the film appear half-baked and ineffective. Dasvi movie review Abhishek Bachchan is A+

The film traces the life of a brash, illiterate and corrupt chief minister Ganga Ram Chaudhary (Abhishek Bachchan), who, for his unexplained criminal records

including an educational scam, is sent to judicial custody. While he's imprisoned, his docile and timid wife Bimla Devi (Nimrat Kaur) takes over the chief minister's chair

in fictional Hamit Pradesh and begins to love the power it brings. Meanwhile, the minister is taken to task inside the jail when a strict and lawful cop Jyoti Deswal