Starring an out-of-work-out-of-sight cast, BBB is a comedy, and like all comedy Hindi films these days, has an apology for a script.
Aftab Shivdasani plays a local thief running from the police when he accidentally runs off with super villain Gulshan Grovers (yes, he still exists and thinks he is the Bad Man) diamonds. Rest of the cast is running after or from one of these two characters and their associates in a tale that is meant to be a comedy of errors.
BBB is built on a wafer thin plot that is mostly devoid of logic or reasoning. Silly gags pass for jokes, and over the top hamming passes for performance. And to add salt to injury, the movie boasts of not one but two item songs. While Shweta Tiwari at least manages to garner interest for a fleeting second, Mallikas Shalu act is downright disgusting.
Of the cast, Aftab is the only bearable face throughout the film. It pains to see, though, a decently good actor in such a ludicrous film.
Then again, films like BBB too have takers. Perhaps with a few cat calls here, a few whistles there in some dingy remote single screen theatre, BBB might just end up making some money. For the most part though, it will sink below the titanic with aplomb. Stay clear.