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“ Baazaar” is a crime drama film scripted by Aseem Arora, Nikkhil Advani and Parveez Sheikh and directed by Gauravv K Chawla. The film has the star cast of Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte, Chitrangada Singh, Rohan Mehra, Sonia Balani, Anika Malhotra, Raddheya Mahendru, Pawan Chopra, Denzil Smith, Karan Singh Chabbra, Manish Chaudhary, Elli Avram, Ravindra Singh Bakshi, Deepak Gheewala, Abhishek Gupta, Danishh Hussain, Sai Gundewar and Vijay Tilani. The film is produced by Nikkhil Advani, Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Kyta Productions, Emmay Entertainment and B4U Movies. The music composition is by Tanishh Bagchi, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Kanika Kapoor, Sohail Sen and Bilal Saeed. The BGM is by John Stewart Eduri. The cinematography is by Swapnil Sonawane and the editing is by Maahir Zaveri and Arjun Srivastava.
Rizwan Ahmed is impressed by Shakun Kothari, the biggie in the stock market and leaves to Mumbai from his hometown, Ahmedabad. Rizwan didn’t expect that he will get into the stock market soon. What happens to Rizwan in the competitive and greedy money world? Is Shakun Kothari, a trustworthy person? Watch the film in theaters.
Saif Ali Khan has showcased his talent excellently well. His negative shade with his looks, body language and the dialogue delivery impresses. Rohan did excel in his debut film. He has a good future in Bollywood for his natural performance. Chitrangada Singh appears in a small role, but her performance is noteworthy. Radhika did a decent job as well.
The director has chosen a good script and with the good narration, he impresses the audiences. The casting team has really done a good job by handpicking the right artists; especially Saif, Chitrangada, Radhika, Manish and the debutant star Rohan. The music scoring is beautiful. The screenplay is good, but it took time to set the plot. The script work by Aseem Arora, Nikkhil Advani and Parveez Sheikh is excellent. The film deals with the stock market setting and showcases the stock market biggies and exposes a lot to the public. The power play of the biggies is opened up and it might have alarmed the stock users.
What’s Not There?
The film exposes the insiders of the share market. It is an eye-opener for the people, who blindly believe the big power play trade. Although it is a good film and new to Bollywood, it might not attract all class audiences. For the people, who could understand the market, the film is worth watching!
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