Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan Movie Honest Review: A Complete Snoozefest?

11 April 24


Is it possible that an AI program replaced the writing and made the movie into a flavourless paste that could be squeezed out? This is the level of disappointment that Bade Miyan Chhote Miyan brings.

The film manages to turn Tiger Shroff and Akshay Kumar, two talented actors, into lifeless replicas of one another, a feat that seems almost impossible.

In the film, two elite soldiers named Firoz and Rakesh embark on a global mission to recover a weapon that was taken from Kabir, a vengeful scientist who is keen to use AI to destroy India.

Akshay and Tiger perform nonstop action, which shows that they are capable of clenching fists. However, the action lacks substance, leaving the audience unimpressed and craving more.

Not just the male leads, but the women in the movie, including Manushi Chillar, Alaya F, and Sonakshi Sinha, also play an active role in the action. It is all noise and fury, signifying nothing.

The dialogue is somewhat silly, but the plot is messy and has the feel of a lengthy cut-and-paste scene.

Prithviraj Sukumaran, who is so talented, ought to file a lawsuit against someone for making him parade around in a leather cape and mask—without the sabre—like a Darth Vader-style character.

Such sleep-obsessed movies are only available in Bollywood. Critics have given this film 1 out of 5 stars because it is an absolute mess.

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