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Babumoshai Bandookbaaz starts with giving us a look into the life and times of Babu Bihari (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), an authoritative professional killer in a specific hinterland of India. “Itna kyun dar rahe ho, ek ko hello marne ke paise milein hain,”- when Babu calmly mumbles this to a passerby in the wake of knocking off a man, you know he implies genuine business.
In any case, one such murdering contract makes him switch loyalties and land a place in the awful books of a neighborhood politican Jagat Jiji Sumitra’s (Divya Dutta),who is likewise his general customer. In the midst of this, Babu falls for a town debutante Phulwa (Bidita Bag). She sets a condition before him. He needs to dispose of two men who had disregarded her previously. Of course, the trigger cheerful Babu sets his blasting firearm out and does the deed. Before long, Phulwa moves in with him.
Be that as it may, things take a murkier turn when Baake Bihari (Jatin Goswami), a fanboy who tries to be a thrill seeker contract killer like Babu, comes into the photo. What takes after next is a dull ride of flying projectiles, red hot wants and concealed intentions!
Playing Babu appears a cakewalk for Nawazuddin Siddiqui who has attempted characters with comparative shades before. Having said that, the man is horribly let around the shaky content that neglects to do equity to his ability. Bidita Bag neglects to include steam in spite of all the skin appear, kisses and love-production scenes.
Jatin Gowami’s eccentric character keeps you snared. Shraddha Das sets up a reasonable show. Divya Dutta extricates the best out of her composed part. Anil George has restricted degree for execution. Bhagwan Tiwari as a cop who is likewise a father to numerous children, is breathtaking.
Decision: Nawazuddin Siddiqui is prepared with blasting firearms. Be that as it may, it’s the frail composition of the film that keeps him from hitting the objective.