- Film: Bang Bang
- Star Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif, Pawan Malhotra, Danny Denzongpa
- Director: Siddharth Anand
- Plot: The film is an official remake of the Hollywood film Knight and Day and featuring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, as Rajveer nanda and Harleen.
The director; after giving movies like Anjaana Anjaani, Bachna Ae Haseeno gave us a lot to expect from this movie. The movie is UNREAL has less dialogues but more gun shots and stunts. The only thing original and good about the movie is Hrithik and Katrina. This is a masaledaar film but Bleeds more Hollywood than Bollywood. It has great stunts, effects, acting but gets too repetitive and annoying at times. In short this is a 90% Dhoom 2 and Ek Tha Tiger. This movie will be a Blockbuster because of the Long Holiday weekend, the cast and the hype it has created. We wish the movie was as good as we expected it to be.
Top 10 Movie Reviews:
|1||Bollywood Hungama||3.5/5||Overall, the film’s wide release during the long holiday should definitely work in its favour. Add to that, the popular starcast of the film will ensure that the movie sails through comfortably at the box-office.|
|2||Meena Iyer, Times of India||3/5||Anand’s film
has no grammar. But it compensates with breathtaking locales and
stylishly choreographed stunts. It also works as a show reel for the
bronzed Roshan with his six-pack abs and the enviable midriff of Kaif
wearing a red polka-dotted bikini top. Their horseplay caters to an
audience that is low on IQ and high on adrenalin!
|3||Koel Purie, India Today||2/5||I am giving it one star for the joyous action and one for Hrithik, his body, his suave, his green eyes and his ease in being part of Bang Bang blah blah. So that’s a very generous two star rating.|
|4||Rajiv Masand||2/5||The film then isn’t unwatchable, but at 2 hours and 35 minutes, it certainly tests your patience. How many times have you ordered a dish that looks terrific photographed in a menu, but disappoints when it shows up on the table? Bang Bang is that kind of meal. I’m going with two out of five.|
|5||Saibal Chaterjee, NDTV||2/5||Bang Bang is a slickly mounted but maddeningly muddled thriller that does not quite know how to negotiate the spills that inevitably come with the territory. The makers have clearly invested a great deal of effort in mindless pyrotechnics. All very well.|
|6||Raja Sen, Rediff||1.5/5||On paper, I admit it’s a good idea, to try and give us the Dhoom 3 experience we never had — by bringing back Hrithik Roshan, heists and a hot girl — and to improve it by removing Uday Chopra from the equation.|
|7||Rohit Khilnani, Headlines Today||1.5/5||The makers have put in a lot of money. Is it wasted or well spent, only time will tell. I would suggest you save your hard earned money and watch Bang Bang on TV someday soon.|
|8||Saurabh Dwivedi, ITGD||1.5/5||Bang Bang is a classic example of only style, no substance. Bang Bang has bad script, bad acting and a slow screenplay. Further, the film can’t decide whether it is an action film or a romantic one.|
|9||Shubhra Gupta, The Indian Express||1.5/5||A film called ‘Bang Bang’, toplined by Hrithik and Katrina, declares its intentions even before the first frame : there will be guns, there will be the sexy duo, and EVERYONE will go bang bang.|
|10||Suhani Singh, India Today||1.5/5||Looking for logic and consistency in Bang Bang is a losing battle. The editing is all over the place, as the directionless Anand shuttles from London to Delhi to Shimla randomly.|