When all hell has broken loose and it’s only the crooks left to rule the roost, it is time for the good to start its fight over evil. But is that enough?? In India’s first ever revenge comedy; you shall witness the fight of CON v/s EVIL to retain one’s honour, integrity and prestige.
When all hell has broken loose and it’s only the crooks left to rule the roost, it is time for the good to start its fight over evil. But is that enough?? In India’s first ever revenge comedy; you shall witness the fight of CON v/s EVIL to retain one’s honour, integrity and prestige. less
“Bajatey Raho is mildly funny with an ordinary plot which could be seen for the amusing performances.”
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Ravi Kishan (Sabharwal) despoil an honest bank manager, Mr Baweja, by implicating him for beguiling the investors of Bank for Rs. 15 crores. Baweja dies of an heart attack and the family members led by Dolly Ahluwalia(Mummy ji), Tusshar, Ranvir and Vinay resolve to avenge him. Stuffed in between is an off-beat romance angle between Tusshar and Vishakha. The team thus anointed sets out in its task to dupe Sabharwal of his ill-gotten wealth and give him a taste of his own medicine.
Easily, Ranvir Shorey as Ballu and Brijendra Kala as Bagga, stand out among this ensemble cast of competent actors. Be it their dialogues or the zeal with which they react in every situation, both turn out be the saving grance for this otherwise dud caper. I could not help but wonder about Vinay Pathak's trivial role. What a waste of a gem!!
Paisa Vasool Moments:Tu meri Maata and Nagin Dance song; Initial ten minutes when the Ranvir and Tusshar dupe a school principal; SMS jokes recited by Bagga
Paisa in Dhool Moments:Overly drawn sentimental situations; Love angle between Tusshar and Vishakha; A fizzled out climax
Shashant Singh's third offering as a director doesn't leave a good impression over you. Such a threadbare plot required a meticulous attention as shown earlier by him in Dasvidaniya. Also, lack of genuine belly laughs even in the situations easily expected by a layman spoils the taste. Give it a Miss.
Another week, Another movie and Another disappointment. The way Sabharwal duped Baweja, the nicely crafted trailer duped the Audience.