Thursday, June 30, 2011

Movie Review : Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap ( The Angry Man Moves The World – An Epitome of Anger )

Movie Review: Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap (The Angry Man Moves The World –An Epitome of Anger)

Contributed by ~ Niilesh A Raje

Produced by AB CORP Limited and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures

Written and Directed by Puri Jagannadh

Music Vishal and Shekhar

Cast Amitabh Bachchan, Prakash Raj, Hema Malini, Raveena Tandon, Minissha Lamba, Sonal Chauhan, Charmy Kaur, Neha Sharma, Subba Raju, Sonu Sood, Makrand Deshpande, Vishwajeet Pradhan and Mahie Gill.

The much awaited movie of the year Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap (BHTB) has been made jointly by Viacom 18 and AB Corp Ltd. written and directed by South director Puri Jagannadh. An action genre it marks the comeback of Amitabh Bachchan (Viju) as an angry man who dislikes anyone who tries to dismiss him as an old man (bbuddah). While playing the role of a retired gangster settled in Paris running his own pub, short-tempered Viju is brought back to Mumbai for a mission. Apart from being a sharp shooter Viju’s says his Unique Selling Point (USP) has been to shoot right through the center of the brain not once but twice without missing on the target.

The character projected being arrogant designer Leepakshi has taken care to keep the looks lively and vibrant. The director Puri Jagannadh has admitted that for many years we have missed Big B in the tone of an angry man. With, BHTB we see the angry man move the world once again with his confident walk, electrifying dialogues making him the epitome of anger as always. Big B’s age does not deter him driving Harley Davidson in this movie.

Music is composed by Vishal and Shekhar and includes one song which is a potpourri of Big B’s old songs. We witness so much of energy showcased by this sexagenarian Big B in the song “Go Meera Go” that the audiences are sure to enjoy the toe tapping number where we see him dancing and singing as well. The possibility of this song getting popular during Big B’s world tour cannot be ruled out.

There is a reference made in the movie where we see Viju saying that he has seen the city of dream and dream merchants Mumbai grow with him and today’s youngsters are seen to ape him. Whatever, but Viju says the fact remains he is still the chora from ganga kinare wala.

The film revolves the story about ACP Karan’s (Sonu Sood) love inclination for Tanya (Sonal Chauhan), Viju’s past that includes his estranged wife Sita (Hema Malini) and ex-girlfriend Kamini (Raveena Tandon) who swoons over the gangster. And then there is Kamini’s daughter Amrita (Charmy) who is bewildered about her mum’s relation with Viju in the past and current.

Time changes many aspects and priorities of Viju’s life so much that post arrival in Mumbai he reminisces about his past, which causes him to change his agenda for the hit. BHTB is a combination of action, comedy, emotion, romance and songs. The movie ends with an emotional note depicting how much a father loves his son and protects him for adversities being the head of the family.

Every role or initiative Big B takes has witnessed the beginning of a great enterprise in his life many times evolving as a trendsetter. Now will the fans have many more opportunities to see Big B the brand ambassador of angry man in his forthcoming projects as well? If yes, then the towering icon is all set to captivate the heart of his audiences be it on the big screen or small screen. For all the Big B fans his age is not important but mileage is important.

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