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Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Review

 

Director: Kushan Nandy

 

Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bidita Bag, Jatin Goswami

 

Producer:  Kiran Shyam Shroff, Ashmith Kunder

 

Time:  2 : 30 Minutes

 

 

 

 

Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Review

Directed by Kushan Nandy Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is an  action thriller film produced by Kiran Shyam Shroff and Ashmith Kunder, stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bengali actress Bidita Bag in the lead roles. Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Babu plays the role of a sharp shooter for which he took special lessons in handling guns and action. Who falls in love with Phulwa (Bidita Bag). The two of them meet when Babu fulfils a bounty ordered by Phulwa. Things change when Banke Bihari  enters the scene touting Babu as his guru. They both fall for a challenge of who will kill first & more.

 

Reviews By The Expertise

 

Review By Meena Iyer  From  TimesofIndia

Be warned, this one belongs to the Gangs of Wasseypur genre where everyone is trigger-happy. Babu has been killing since the age of 10 when he first went hungry; Banke who admires Babu has always dreamt of being a professional killer. If you have feasted on cinema noir, this one serves up no surprises. The screenplay could have definitely been tighter. Yet Kushan Nandy gives you a film that you find yourself compulsively watching.

 

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Review By Umesh From Koimoi

This is poor man’s Gangs Of Wasseypur & I would rather prefer watching a new episode of crime shows on television rather than investing my time on such film. Kushan Nandy drags the film on a one-line plot and fails to maintain the grip from the word go. Yes, it has some high moments but not enough to make the film close to like able. As Alfred Hitchcock once said, “There are three things needed to make a good film, script, script and script” Unfortunately, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz doesn’t has any one of them.

 

 

Review By Sreeju From BollywoodLife

Be warned, this one belongs to the Gangs of Wasseypur genre where everyone is trigger-happy. Babu has been killing since the age of 10 when he first went hungry; Banke who admires Babu has always dreamt of being a professional killer. If you have feasted on cinema noir, this one serves up no surprises. The screenplay could have definitely been tighter. Yet Kushan Nandy gives you a film that you find yourself compulsively watching.

 

 

Review By Rohit Vats  From Hindustan Times

Babumoshai Bandookbaaz has got the ingredients, but their proportions are not right. If you laugh at a Nawaz jibe then you also sense the futility of useless conspiracies. Sometimes for absolutely no reason. Then there is a twist that’s as forced as Nawazuddin stroking his hair in every second scene. Those who want to compare it with Gangs Of Wasseypur will deeply feel about the lack of in-depth back-stories. Solely dependent on Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s rugged image, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz lacks a cohesive script.

 

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Review By Mayank Shekhar From Mid Day

The beauty of this film is also the sort of fresh talents you see around the li’l guy—the cop character is a complete champ, as is Babu’s competitor, or his wife, or the politician…. Together they represent a rather rooted, moody film with a fairly recognizable family tree, some of which show up in obvious nods/tributes to pics like Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya (Babu and his wife at the door, when he returns home), or Gangs Of Wasseypur (the camera gazing at a naked man washing clothes by the tube-well, instead of a woman). Soundtrack sounds slightly Vishal Bharadwaj. Actually, come to think of it, if you took out all the characters and crime-history from Gangs Of Wasseypur, you’ll come close to this. Given what a masterpiece Gangs was, that’s a pretty good compliment by the way!

 

 

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