Plot: Durjan Singh, a dangerous dacoit meets don Gajraj at a casino to sell his diamonds and jewels, and AD, who is on the run, takes away with the van full of dacoitss fortune. As lovers AD and Shreya are on the run, they come across , Murari, Hazari and Chita Singh, who are also on the run. The cat and mouse game of the chase results into chaotic pile-up at Madhavgarh Village.
Bin Bulaye Baraati is the kind of film which works if expectations from it are below negative. For someone wanting a decent entertainer, this is no...
Bin Bulaye Baraati is the kind of film which works if expectations from it are below negative. For someone wanting a decent entertainer, this is not recommended.
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. view less
Without any doubt this babe Priyanka Kothari has got to be the most confused starlet floating around in Indian Cinema. She has changed her name thr...
Without any doubt this babe Priyanka Kothari has got to be the most confused starlet floating around in Indian Cinema. She has changed her name thrice since she has made her screen debut and even then she has not brushed into even the reflection of Success. Even though she began her career as Priyanka Kothari in her debut film opposite Fardeen Khan in Feroz Khan's Prem Aggan she got herself a new name when Ramgopal Verma took her under his wings and relaunched her in Telegu films as Nisha Kothari with James. But when she opted to move to Chennai and try her luck in Tamil films she went in for a name change and now when she returns back to Bollywood she is back to her original name Priyanka Kothari.Sadly even though the circle is complete for her yet she has been only tasting failure wherever she has gone with whatever name.
Beyond the UP-Bihar cowland belt where she is an undisputed Bhojpuri Queenwa Shweta Tiwari is infamous for her hot jhatkas and matkas as these lusty item numbers are a must in almost every film of hers to draw in the crowds and have the House-Full board hanging at her theaters but in Bin Bulaye Baarati for the very first time she sheds her inhibitions and goes fulltoo lusty for the front benchers as she does a high profile item number that is several knotches more sexciting than Mallika Sherawat's item number. Considering she had raked in a booty after winning Big Boss this reason wonder what lured her to shed her inhibitions and do such a ground breaking item-number which is the true USP of this stale and insipid film? Maybe after her lifeless debut in Coffee Home this was her second attempt to get noticed on the silver screen.
If that was the case then to a very small extent she was successful because of the three item numbers incorporated into this senseless comedy that has absolutely no takers her bump and grind is the only highlight of this film with Shwetha Bhardwaj coming a close second and Mallika Sherawat trailing far behind.
What really foxes me is which era does 'Bin Bulaye Baraati' actually belong to anyways? If it is an old film got out of the ice-box and garnished wid the lusty item numbers three of them actually then it is quite understandable but if it's actually a new film then why would anyone want to possibly want to sign Aftab Shivdasani and Priyanka Kothari in the lead when they don't have even zero tolerance market value at the box-office? Any wise producer would not sign them even if they consented to act free in any film. I would assume Mallika Sherawat, Shweta Bhardwaj and Shweta Tiwari individually charged more individually for their item numbers than what Priyanka Kothari and Aftab Shivdasani were paid combined for their lead pairing.
Bin Bulaye Baarati shall also be remebered for the unique casting of the three Shweta's from the television industry which include Shweta Tiwari, Shweta Keshwani & last but not the least the stunning Shweta Bhardwaj.
All said and done I would not recommend 'Bin Bulaye Baraati' even if someone offered to pay for your ticket unless of course you get the hots watching Mallika Sherawat or Shweta Tiwari or even Shweta Bhardwaj do ceetee evoking item numbers. While these oomphy starlets may draw you into the theater once Johnny Lever at his sickning worst is bound to make you puke with his performance unless you're not straight and actually happy to be gay.
Om Puri and Rati Agnihotri are truly wasted in this mindless and even senseless film that truly does not deserve their dignified presence. But neither seems to care as long as they get paid their market price at this stage of their fading career.