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Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Besharam Movie Review


By on Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Besharam Movie Review
Rating : 1/5
Released On : 2013-10-02
Banner : Reliance Entertainment, Movie Temple
Casting : Ranbir Kapoor, Pallavi Sharda, Rishi Kapoor, Neetu Singh, Jaaved Jaaferi, Amitosh Nagpal and others
Music : Ishq-Shree-Lalit
Producer(s) : Sanjeev Gupta, Himanshu Mehra
Director : Abhinav Kashyap


Story:
Babli (Ranbir) an orphan, is a sharp car mechanic and he is also a street smart car thief. But he has a noble reason for doing that. Whatever he earns he uses it to support the orphanage. Life goes okay until Babli does a mistake. He ends up stealing the car of his ladylove Tara (Pallavi) and sells it to Chandel (Jaaved Jaaferi) who is into money laundering business. This hurts Tara a lot and she breaks up. Babli realizes his folly and decides to reform himself. Whether that happens or not forms the rest of the story.

Analysis:
Abhinav Kashyap was the man who gave ‘Dabangg’ and created a new trend in Bollywood. So, when he embarked upon his next and that too with Ranbir, there was no limit to the expectations on this film. However, it is once again proved that audience is very unforgiving if the film doesn’t have what it takes to please them and stardom or brand doesn’t matter. This is the case with ‘Besharam’. Though the hype and expectation is good, the film just doesn’t have it to entertain. Basically, the script was just routine, the screenplay was not effective, the dialogues were good here and there, the background score was moderate. The big damage was lack of proper songs. Cinematography was the only thing to cheer about. Editing was alright. Costumes and art department were impressive. In acting front, Ranbir did his role with full conviction and he didn’t falter but his contribution could not protect. Pallavi Sharda is pretty and has some sex appeal but she just could not fit into the character properly. Rishi Kapoor had a cakewalk. Neetu was energetic but went overboard in few places. The man to watch out for is Jaaved Jaaferi, he is excellent. Amitosh Nagpal was not good. The film starts off on a promising note but as it progresses the fizz comes down. In the second half, the required melodrama or emotional strings were not there and some cinematic liberties also hampered the flow. Overall, this is a film which came in with a strong expectation but will leave without any expectation.-IndiaBells

Judgement: Not at all impressive, can be ignored

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