Bachchan Pandey is set to release in cinemas on March 18. On the other hand, The Kashmir Files has been ruling over the box office for a week now.
When a struggling filmmaker and actor set out to make a biography on one of the most dreaded gangsters, they have little idea about just how crazy and dangerous it’s going to be
Welcome to Baghwa. This is a land so lawless where cops are beaten by the goons in broad daylight and journalists are burnt alive.
Given that it’s a remake of a formula film in the genre of dark, action comedies, ‘Bachchhan Paandey’ replicates what has already worked in the south
The larger-than-life persona of this hitman catches the fancy of a struggling filmmaker Myra (Kriti Sanon)
who lands in Baghwa to make a full-fledged feature film on him. Her friend Vishu (Arshad Warsi) is a struggling actor
who reluctantly agrees to help her in this doomed mission and thus begins a bloody roller coaster ride that is marked by death and destruction.
It’s an interesting plot, but sadly we have seen it all in the trailer that pretty much reveals the entire story. ‘Bachchhan Paandey’