Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Bollywood movie Review - SHOWBIZ BEAT

Friday, 22 September 2017

Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Bollywood movie Review

Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is a 2017 Indian action drama film directed by Kushan Nandy and produced by Kiran Shyam Shroff and Ashmit Kunder The film features Nawazuddin siddiqui and Bidita Bag in the lead roles.
This film is written by well known bollywood writer Mr. Ghalib Asad bhopali, and Edited by khushan Nandy.Babumoshai Bandookbaaz got released on 25th august 2017.The movie is of a very low budget if we compare it to bollywood common movies.                 
During Promotions

But having a cast like Nawazuddin Siddiqui I am little confused that how producer got managed that all Expenditures , so on this half we will give full marks to the producer and managing staff of Babumushai Bandookbaaz.Now Moving toward its business then you will get shocked that it had managed to cross 17billion rupees.Lets talk about acting of cast the lead roles like Nawazuddin, Badita and Jatin. They all got managed to have a good acting required for that script.

Script and Story of the movie was not too impressing, and was like typical bollywood B-Grade films,But in this budget of around 5billion, I will must say that it was a Good attempt.Now lets talk about Dialogues , this year very few amount of movies got managed to get impressing dialogues and Yes after Baadshaho, This film has the best Dialogues according to me.The dialogues suites every character and you will feel the environment like other nawazuddin films .

The story revolves around Babu (Nawazuddin), a cool as a cucumber, 'short, dark, and handsome' assassin, who goes about popping bullets into his prey without batting an eyelid.

The film also revolves around two other assassins, Babu and Baanke (Jatin Goswami, who holds his own admirably against Nawazuddin), whose egos make them dare each other in a game of one upmanship, as they task themselves with killing the same loonies -- Murli Sharma, Divya Dutta and Anil George -- who have been thrown in to further glaciate the film's tempo.

The opening sequence where Nawazuddin introduces himself as an 'outsourcer' to his quarry and then pumps bullets into him from close quarters raises your expectations.By the time the film hits half time, you really want to run away. The film kills one's enthusiasm as it struggles to keep pace with unexpected narratives that Ghalib keeps shooting at the audience.

The film must get an award for the sickest dialogue one ever heard from a female actor on screen: 'Main zindagi bhar teri rakhail banke rahoongi agar tu un done ko bhi maar de (I will spend the rest of my life as your mistress if you kill two more people). Wah, Ghalib!

The dialogue becomes more sickening as it comes from a woman (Bidita Bag, as Nawazuddin's wife Phulwa), who has been gang-raped by three men, and she eggs Nawazuddin on to kill two of them by promising to spend the rest of her life as his mistress.

Titillation comes by way of a criminal-contractor who derives pleasure from watching the masseur go to work on his wife. A corrupt cop keeps impregnating his ageing wife because she is unable to bear him a girl. And a tough cobbler girl, a victim of sexual assaults by a politician and his brothers, extracts a price from the male protagonist when he hits upon her and expects her to reciprocate his passion. These are sought to be passed off as radical breaks from Bollywood convention. It just doesn't come off.

Movie Rating : 6.5/10
Business Rating : 6/10
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