Bachchhan Paandey Review: Akshay Kumar’s film created a lot of color, double meaning humor, funny dialogues

What I like most about cinema is its unpredictable potential. That's why there are some movies that you go to see with zero expectations, but then come out of the theater in complete surprise. This is what Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arshad Warsi's film Bachchhan Paandey did for me. Directed by Farhad Samji, the film stars Kumar in the lead role, and the role is of interest to Kriti Sanon's Myra Devekar, who wants to make a film on the life of a crime lord.


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Name: Bachchhan Paandey

Director: Farhad Samji

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Jacqueline Fernandez, Arshad Warsi

Release: Theatres

Rating: 3 / 5

What I like most about cinema is its unpredictable potential. That’s why there are some movies that you go to see with zero expectations, but then come out of the theater in complete surprise. This is what Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arshad Warsi’s film Bachchhan Paandey did for me. Directed by Farhad Samji, the film stars Kumar in the lead role, and the role is of interest to Kriti Sanon’s Myra Devekar, who wants to make a film on the life of a crime lord.

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She arrives in Baghwa with her aspiring actor friend Vishu (played by Warsi) to appease Bachchhan Paandey, who is unaware of the fact that deadly challenges await them both on dangerous ground. Of course, it’s all presented in a fun way. What begins as a cat-and-mouse chase between the artist and his artist soon turns into a battle between love and hate, fear and kindness. While the filmmaker tries to make this transition, he does not lose control of the overall entertainment. However, some jokes fall flat, and some even seem out of date. There could be some work on that.

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Bachchhan Paandey is an action comedy, and one would expect to see a lot of action in a movie. But the series that is out there has been brilliantly choreographed by Anl Arasu, according to Paandey’s brutal personality. They are not unique, but they are definitely interestingly photographed. Julius Packiam’s background music adds character to the narrative, while Charu Shree Roy’s editing is sharp and pointy.

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Typically these species vary in terms of entertainment between the first half and the second half, most of which compromise along the way. But Bachchhan Paandey as a whole manages to keep it going and the big credit goes to the screenplay written by Sajid Nadiadwala, while Farhad Samji manages to bring these scenes to life on the big screen with his direction. ۔ Yes, the old theme of the film is ‘Love can create and destroy a person’, but what makes Bachchhan Paandey’s journey different is its merits and demerits. Although you do not really love this character, because nothing really proves his past mistakes.

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As far as performances are concerned, Akshay Kumar is brilliant and prominent. It looks like he’s blown away while playing the role, and it comes to light. Kriti Sanon has also lived her life to the fullest, never exceeding emotion at any point. She really has a long way to go as an actor. Jacqueline Fernandez gives good performances in her limited screen time while Arshad Warsi shines in every scene. Although I would like to add more layers to it. An attempt was made, but it appeared to be half-baked. Pankaj Tripathi is an important entry for acting coach Bhavesh Bhopla, and also a recreational outing. There is hardly a thing that Tripathi could not really draw on the screen. The rest of the supporting cast including Sanjay Mishra, Abhimanyu Singh, Saharsh Kumar Shukla, and Prateik Babbar are doing their part.

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Interestingly, Bachchhan Paandey in his own way pays homage to other Bollywood anti-heroes as well as celebrates cinema madness. Yes, there is room for improvement in the film from a gender perspective, but its heart is in the right place.

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