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Movie Review; Besharam

Please stop this regular attyachar because ab uth chukka hai mera vishwas Bollywood se.
There should be a limit to torturing audiences by making movies like Besharam. It is the best example of a Ghisa pita plot and lots of over-acting. Film makers should understand that over used formulas of making movie can also work with good and crisp writing. Anubhav Kashyap with his predictable ideas in Dabangg and Dabangg2, but this is something else. All I can say is that he worked on its story after giving it a title instead of giving title after writing the story.

The plot(and a half): Babli (Ranbir Kapoor) is a car thief and lives in an orphanage of Delhi. As the title suggests, he is the besharam guy. He works for Chandigarh’s crime kingpin Chandela (Javed Jaffery) to steal new cars. Now, he falls in love with Tara (Pallavi Sharda). After uselessly trying to woo her ends up stealing her new Mercedes. Now, he wants to become a the good guy for her and also leave this criminal life by returning Tara’s car back to her. Along with the car he also steals a bag full of Chandela’s money from his adda. Besides Chandela, two cops – Chulbul and Bulbul Chautala (Rishi and Neetu Kapoor) are also behind the thief. How he manages to win over the lady and escapes from cops and Chandela’s web is the climax.

For those who believe in Dabangg, Salman Khan, type of entertainment may think that this will also become a super hit. The movie is too senseless and sloppy that even after actors trying very hard it doesn’t work. One has to be a super besharam to watch this total waste of a movie.

The only thing I enjoyed is the Besharam track. The comic interplay between Neetu and Rishi is ok. Ranbir’s besharam character is pure over acting. Javed doesn’t get to do anything much. Pallavi is pleasant and average in her Delhi girl role.

My rating: *1/2 (only for Rishi and Neetu Kapoor)

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