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Babumoshai Bandookbaaz Movie Review
Rating: 1.5/5. Review by Umesh on Koimoi
Years from now, unfortunately, this film will only be searched on YouTube as ‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz hot scene’. Even if you’re free on this weekend, sleep at home rather than sleeping in cinema halls.
Rating: 3/5. Review by Meena Iyer on Times of India
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. Banke’s girl Yasmeen (Shraddha) dances to Bollywood remixes and brings him contracts; Babu’s girl, Phulwa (Bidita) orders him to kill for her. So bullets fly thick and fast. Incidentally in the centre of the drama are Sumitra (Divya) and Dubey (Anil), politicians who are happy to hire these gun-toting goons for their own gains.
Rating: 2.5/5. Review by Rohit Vats on Hindustan Times
But these moments can’t take away your attention from the shallowness of the entire facade. It’s a film pretending to be a stylishly raw gangster saga originated in the interiors of the Hindi heartland, but in reality, it’s nothing more than another attempt to look at the crime prone lower strata of society through a rose tinted glass. Sadly, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz never pierces our hearts.
Rating: 3.5/5. Review by Sreeju on BollywoodLife
Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is a violent drama filled with terrific dialogues, engaging sequences, and fab performances, led by the always brilliant Nawazuddin Siddiqui. If you have taste for gritty gangster drama, with a sprinkling of dark humor, then this Bandookbaaz is for you.
The only surprise – nay, shock – that Babumoshai Bandookbaaz delivers is an instrumental rendition of a Rabindranath Tagore hymn (Aguner Parashmoni) arranged by composer Debojyoti Mishra for the end credits. Has the bard ever had such an ignominy heaped upon him – tailed so casually to a film that revels in blood and gore? The lyric is a prayer seeking purification by fire. If that is what the makers of this film are looking for, let it be said that even a full-fledged inferno cannot purge Babumoshai Bandookbaaz.
On the whole, BABUMOSHAI BANDOOKBAAZ is a poor show owing to its incoherent script. At the box office, the film will have to depend on word of mouth togrow.