Champak (Riteish Deshmukh) and his two sidekicks Gulab (Bhuvan Arora) and Genda (Vikram Thapa) capture a (Bank Of Indians to be exact), and hold everybody inside the place as prisoner.
Champak has an “irregular” thought process in theft. Poor person’s dad is in desperate need of a sidestep surgery. Enter CBI officer Amjad Khan (Vivek Oberoi) to thwart the burglary and he is outfitted with exchanges which goes like “Offenders ki haddiyan howdy nahi…unki himmat todhta hoon fundamental.” Meanwhile, there’s Gayatri (Rhea Chakraborty), a news correspondent who is giving live updates from the wrongdoing scene.
In the midst of this, Amjad faculties that there’s something else entirely to this heist while the hoodlums inside the bank keep on showcase their inadequacy to complete their main goal.
Riteish Deshmukh who is known for lifting up droll comic drama with his spontaniety and comic planning shockingly mishandles this time; point the finger at it on the wannabe-amusing written work!
Vivek Oberoi who is a standout amongst the most underrated performing artists in the nation, just gets the opportunity to whirl his mustache for the greater part of his screen time and mantain a stern expression. What a misuse of ability!
Rhea Chakraborty pulls off a not too bad employment. Bhuvan Arora and Vikram Thapa are the commonly sidekicks that we find in each Bollywood film. Yet, they do have their own “sparkling” minutes. Sahil Vaid is the main exciting part in the film.
And afterward, there’s Baba Sehgal as well! Period.
Bank Chor is a poor cousin of Dhoom establishment short every one of the ornamentations. Avoid this horseplay if getting ‘bheja-singed’ isn’t your concept of excitement!