Bhaiaji Superhit Movie Review: The Sunny Deol Starrer Is Inconsistent Executed Majorly With Unfunny Moments

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Bhaiaji Superhit Movie Review: The Sunny Deol Starrer Is Inconsistent Executed Majorly With Unfunny Moments

Sunny Deol and Preity Zinta are back with a film that was canned for years, but it fails to live up to the expectations. The movie gets tiresome and overburdened after some time.
Nov 23, 2018, 3:03 pm ISTReviewsJhakaasMovies Staff
Bhaiaji Superhit
  Bhaiaji Superhit
Rating: 1.5/5

Bhaiaji Superhit starts off with some clever lines and funny moments, but after that it gets tiresome and overburdened with too much plot that the filmmakers have tried to pack together. The second half is where you get all the money shots, but that’s too late. The film would have been fun had the makers stuck to the interesting plot points and cut down the extra flab, of which there is a lot of, in the film.  Sunny Deol's Bhaiyaji act is replete with a sense of startled crime-lording, as though the character can't help wonder how a man who is such lamb before his wife could pull the trigger on his enemies with such arresting aplomb!

Preity Zinta, playing a fiery gangster's no-nonsense wife she manages to avert her urbanity to embrace her loud unpolished jealous wife's role with lipsmacking relish. Mukul Dev is playing one of Sunny's henchmen but after first 15 minutes, he is nowhere to be found in the film. There is Pankaj Tripathi, I don't know what was he doing in the film? Sanjay Mishra, who, just like Mukul Dev, suddenly takes an exit from the film. The case is similar with Shreyas Talpade. His character didn't even get a conclusion in the film. 

The story is nonsensical and idiotic, the execution by director Neerraj Pathak is bland. The editing is worse. Things are happening in the film for no rhyme or reason, They are just happening. There is a lot of inconsistency in the film. The scenes are not connected to each other. The actors are walking in and out of the scene as they wish. Music is nothing special. 'Sleepy Sleepy Akhiyan' is the only song that looks decent and well presented. 'Do Naina'comes next. 'Om Namah Shivay' is horrible and Sunny Deol’s dance is bound to raise unintentional laughs. 'Naam Hai Bhaiaji' as said before is poor and same goes for 'Baby Jaanleva Hai'. Vijay Verma, Anamik and Lyton's background score is loud. Vishnu Rao and Kabir Lal's cinematography is nothing special. The film is set in Uttar Pradesh but many scenes are shot in Mumbai, as evident by the skyline and skyscrapers in the background. S Vijayan's action is a bit gory and even silly. 

If over the top spectacle’s which defy logic, gravity and other rules are your cup of tea, this one’s for you. For the rest, this one is best enjoyed sitting in the barber shop as it plays on the television behind you.

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