Last week Baadshaho made it to the big screen.
Overall the movie received a mixed feedback.
Baadshaho is a story from the time of emergency. The story revolves around a group of friends planning to rob the treasure of a Queen confiscated by Government. Baadshaho revolves around the planning & execution of robbery. Queen (Ileana Dçruz) convinces his security incharge Bhawani Singh(Ajay Devgn) to rob the gold for her. Love struck Bhawani Singh plans the robbery along with his friends Dalia(Emraan Hashmi),Guruji(Sanjay Mishra) & Sanjana(Esha Gupta).
They plan to rob the gold being transported to Delhi by road under the supervision of Seher Singh (Vidyut Jamwal). The plot of the movie has certain twists which make it interesting.
It is generally difficult to get yourself noticed in multi star cast movie. All the stars have tried to put in their best. Comparing the acting amongst all, best is Sanjay Mishra & worst is Esha Gupta.
Guruji a.k.a Sanjay Mishra is the best part of the movie. Amidst the conspiracy, betrayal, love angles & triangles,the comic timing & expressions of Sanjay Mishra shines bright. With his effortless acting, he takes Baadshaho to another level which would not have been possible otherwise.
The climax of the movie is left open ended. You can imagine the end as per your convenience.Apart from Ok screenplay & good acting from certain actors. Baadshaho features some great songs. “Mere Rashke Qamar” is already topping the charts. We have seen various versions of the song.
Here is one such version of “Mere Rashke Qamar”. Check it out:
The movie is one time watch. Dialogues are good but could have been better. Also a little bit of work on story would have resulted in a blockbuster. Leaving the verdict apart, Sanjay Mishra has won our heart with his performance.
Kudos to Sanjay Mishra!
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