Bol Bachchan Review

Aditi Bansod
  • 1.5/5
If you try to apply logic to any scene in the movie, you’d be wasting your time.

Bol Bachchan is the kind of movie that people go to see when they’re bored and want to switch their brains off for a while and yet have a laugh.

I would take the time to explain the basic plot but I’m afraid there hardly was one worth writing about. The story follows a character, played by Abhishek Bachchan, who spins lies upon lies and gets wrapped up in them. A rather common and typical plot, if I may say so.

One of the only good points about this movie is the comic relief provided by the absurd English spoken by Ajay Devgn’s character. I wouldn’t call it humour but his dialogues are ridiculous enough to make me laugh at the sheer bizzareness of it all.

The jokes are repetitive and very low in standard. The entire enemy-family concept is far too overused. The fact that they used homosexuality and turned it into some sort of flimsy joke just makes the movie all the more irritating. The songs are absolutely skip-able. Honestly, I'd recommend you skip them if you can.

The acting by itself isn’t particularly bad, but the lack of depth or even any sort of plot makes the actors look like they haven’t put enough efforts. .

Personally, I wouldn’t recommend this movie to anyone unless they were looking for a movie to mock or were the sorts who enjoy mindless cheap jokes.

All in all, it’s a mass movie. And yet, adviced against.