Bhindi Baazaar Inc
Kay Kay Menon, Prashant Narayanan, Piyush Mishra, Pawan Malhotra, Shilpa Shukla, Deepti Naval, Caterina Lopez
Release Date :
17th Jun, 2011
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We’ve seen enough of it over and over again. The erratic dialogues, the predictable story, the boring narration and everything else that makes and breaks a film. And still such films are born all over again to renew the same old disappointment. Walking the same way, Bhindi Baazaar Inc is a total dull fare, past some convincing performances.
It’s Mumbai’s Bhindi Bazaar area, where pick pocketing has turned out to be a handy job. This is where Mamu (Pawan Mahotra), a local don operates his gang of pick pockets. Following some events, he gets into a spat with one of his members, Pandey (Piyush Mishra), who later builds his own gang.
After some time, Mamu gets killed following which Fateh (Prashant Narayanan) replaces Manu to become the new gang master. Meanwhile, Tez (Gautam Sharma), another top member of Mamu’s gang start suspecting that Fatheh must have murdered Mamu and that he has joined hands with rival forces. Things proceed between suspicions and end up with strings of actions revealed in sequences.
The story is told in flashback over the game of chess. The dialogues do not necessarily connect with the story line from beginning through end. The sequences are ill jointed powered by a half hearted script. There’s nothing new to offer. The audiences have already seen such twists and turns in earlier gangster movies. The direction tries to leave an impact, but it fails heavily to keep the interest on. The predictability hammers another nail. However, the performances stand out. Dipti Naval, Piyush Mishra, and Prashant Narayanan give convincing performances in their respective roles. But, as natural, performances alone can’t save any film if other essential ingredients go missing. Considering the flaws, Bhindi Baazaar Inc is not worth a visit.