CAST & CREW
Sunny Deol once again back with an action-thriller where he is punishing the wrong doers. After trying his hand in comedy this year, Sunny Deol is back in action again. He is again roaring at wrong and hitting the goons. The film is a remake of Rajinikanth's Baasha.
In the opening scenes of the movie, it looks like it is about a middle-class family comprising Sunny Deol as Deodhar Gandhi, Imran Khan as his brother, Priyanka Chopra as his wife, Farida Jalal as his mother, and Prachi as his sister. The Gandhi family was living peacefully in Delhi until an acid attack was made on Deodhar Gandhi’s sister by a minister’s son and the family is left with no choice other than to change their city. Now, the Gandhi family move to Mumbai where Deodhar Gandhi is an auto-rickshaw driver, and his younger brother becomes a cop who is honest. Deodhar’s brother tries to stop a relative of MLA from harassing a poor shopkeeper, and he beats him. From here the conflict starts and the Gandhi family is being treated badly by the goons of MLA.
And Sunny Deol becomes the Big Brother, who punishes the rapist, their lawyers, corrupt politicians, and all other baddies of the society and Farida Jalal (his mother) acts as the godmother to him who gives him orders. And Danny plays the negative; he is against Sunny’s character.
Sunny Deol did justice with what he is best at; “action”. He looks good in action scenes as well as in some of the emotional scenes. He repeated himself. Priyanka Chopra got only few lines as well as scenes and three songs, so she did a good job. Farida Jalal’s performance was impactful; she does justice to her character. Danny’s character is half- backed, but he did nicely with what he got. Imran Khan delivered a decent performance.
Big Brother is like old wine in new packing. The director Guddu Dhanoa fails to impress. There is nothing new in the film for the audience to watch. While watching this, you will feel like watching Sunny Deol’s Ghayal and Ghatak.
1. Properly executed action scene.
2. Background scores are good.
3. The cinematography is commendable
What’s not there?
1. Music of the film is very poor.
2. The male lead has a meaty role; all other characters were not written properly.
3. Nothing fresh in the film, it feels like films of the 90s.
4. The screenplay is weak. The film is overloaded with violence, and some of the comedy scenes of Raju Srivastav are unnecessary.
If you are a die-heart Sunny Deol fan and loves him fighting for the good, then this film is for you.
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