Critics Rating: 3.5 stars
Director: Gaurav K. Chawla
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Rohan Mehra, Radhika Apte and Chitrangada Singh
Bazar Movie Review: Saif Ali Khan has knocked on the silver screen with great performance. Good stories are going on in Bollywood these days. Saif Ali Khan (Saif Ali Khan), Rohan Mehra, Radhika Apte and Chitrangda Singh’s ‘Bazar’ are similar movies. A few weeks ago, Rajkumar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor’s ‘stree’ had come and hit. Then Ayushmann Khurana’s ‘Andhadhun’ created a lot of buzz and after that Ayushman again gave a film like ‘Badhai Ho’. This week, Saif Ali Khan’s junky acting and stock market shrews the world into a mess of his pastime. ‘Bazaar’ brings us a world that we do not have enough money. Saif Ali Khan’s movie is an exciting cocktail of love, money and deception.
The story of ‘Bazar’ is around by Saif Ali Khan (Shakun Kothari), who is making money by buying shares and firms. Shakun Kothari is making money, and he believes in earning it in any way. There is Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra), belongs to a small town like Allahabad, who has a great dream of become a billionaire. Shakun Kothari is his ideal, and he wants to become like him. He comes to Mumbai, and starts running behind his dreams. Rizwan receives Priya i.e. Radhika Apte. Rizwan’s speed is very fast and the brain of Shakun. Shakun is making money and he knows how to use ambitious youth. The use and usage in ‘Bazar’ has been shown tremendously. The movie is full thriller and is full of adventures. Gaurav Chawla has created a new world, but if the song was not there, then the film could have been deadly. But such use in Bollywood is really enjoyable.
In ‘Bazar’, Saif Ali Khan has played the role of Shakun Kothari as a role model. Saif Ali Khan’s expressions and attitudes are indeed perfect for this role. Then Saif Ali Khan with ‘Sacred Games’ has succeeded in establishing his image about the acting which he has established here too. Rohan Mehra has played the character of young Rizwan of the small town well, on many occasions he touches the heart. Radhika Apte has done her character well as usual, although Chitrangada Singh is not much to do, but her expressions are very amazing, and her face is said quite a bit.
The budget of ‘Bazar’ is around Rs 35-40 crore It is said that in such a situation the film will have to work hard at the box office. However in the ‘market’ there is every spice that can connect to the audience. The music of the movie ‘Bazaar’ is good and there is foot tapping but no need for songs. Then they will like Bollywood movie lovers. Gaurav Chawla has a good directive, and he has tried to tell a new kind of story in front of the audience. There is also talk about connecting youth in ‘Bazaar’. Speaking in the language of Shakun Kothari, it would be interesting to see that ‘Bazar’ proves to be a marathon runner or a 100-meter athlete.