BAADSHAHO MOVIE HIGHLIGHTS
- Movie Name: Baadshaho
- Director: Milan Luthria
- Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Krishna Kumar, Milan Luthria
- Writer: Rajat Arora
- Starring: Ajay devgn (Bhawani), Ileana D’Cruz (Rani Gitanjali Devi), Emraan Hashmi (Dalia), Esha Gupta (Sanjana), Vidyut Jammwal (Officer Seher Singh), Sanjay Mishra (Tikla), Priyanshu Chatterjee (Sanjeev-Politician)
- Music: Tanishk Bagchi, Ankit Tiwari
- Release Date: 1st September 2017
- Country: INDIA
- Genres: Action, Adventure, Drama, History, Thriller
- Movie Duration: 2 Hours 16 minutes
- Rating: 3.0/5 stars
MOVIE ALL ABOUT
Baadshsho is an Indian period heist film set in the 1970s which focus on planning, execution, and the aftermath of a theft. The movie is inspired by the real-life events during the emergency and revolves around stolen gold. The movie is directed and co-produced by Milan Luthria and written by Rajat Arora.
The movie is all about a thriller set in the emergency era of 1975-77. The film was released on 1st September 2017.
In 2017 preparing this film Baadshaho becomes the fourth collaboration with the actor Ajay Devgn, starring not only Ajay Devgn, Ileana D’Cruz, Emraan Hashmi, Vidyut Jammwal and Esha Gupta.
KOMAL NAHTA (ZEE ETC BOLLYWOOD)
Milan Luthria’s direction lacks depth. Like the script, his narration is so routine that it doesn’t really add much. His dialogues are probably as poor as his story screenplay. Music of the film is quite good. As he relied so heavily on flowery language that it gets on the audience’s nerves within minutes of the film starting. It will entail losses to the distributors.
MEENA IYER (THE TIMES OF INDIA)
For a heist-thriller to work, the moves of the rural bandits should have been more calculated and precise. Instead, here you have buffoonery. Everyone is mounting signature lines trying to constantly reiterate how “bad-ass” they are. However, if you’re in the mood, indulge them- these are Bollywood’s paisa-pheko, dialogue-suno moments. If you’re an action junkie, this could be your weekend big-ticket ride.
ROHIT VATS (HINDUSTAN TIMES)
It’s an old-fashioned story in an era when the royals were concerned about the fate of their private banks. Rajat Arora’s dialogues set the mood initially. Bhawani(Ajay Devgn) arrives announcing, “Zubaan aur jaan ek hi baar di jaa sake hai, aaj se dono thaare.” You’re slightly intrigued.
Baadshaho could be another whistle-worthy entertainer like Once Upon A Time In Mumbai. The weakest part in this so called heist film is the heist itself. In fact, it’s one of the easiest heists in cinematic history where the people in charge of protecting the gold truck are the most clueless. The authorities get the hold of everyone except the most obvious suspect.
SHUBHRA GUPTA (THE INDIAN EXPRESS)
Don’t get fooled by the ‘set during the backdrop of the Emergency’ thread in Baadshaho. That and few other elements are just window dressing in Milan Luthria’s cops-and-robbers tale, which plays out in one his favourite locations: Rajasthan. But we don’t blink, because we know these are all masala movie imperatives.
Only it’s 2017 not the 70’s, and whatever you might do- add some spit-and-polish and intrigue and new faces, and create funny dialogues– the film comes off as old wine, in a not very new bottle, which we have to sip for over 2.5 hours.
BAADSHAHO COLLECTION AS PER TRADE:
- FRIDAY [1-Sep-17]: 10.10 CR(Approx.)
- SATURDAY [2-Sep-17]: 13.50 CR(Approx.)
- SUNDAY [3-Sep-17]: 13.0 CR(Approx.)
- TOTAL [3 Days]: – 36.60 CR(Approx.)
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