CAST & CREW
Good Boy Bad Boy is a Bollywood rom-com directed by Ashwini Chaudhary, starring Tusshar Kapoor as Good Boy and Emraan Hashmi as the Bad Boy. It stars Tanushree Dutta, Paresh Rawal, a strict principal, and Isha Sharvani as his daughter.
Good Boy Bad Boy is a story of a teacher and two students namely Raju Malhotra (Emraan Hashmi) and Rajan Malhotra (Tusshar Kapoor). Raju, a bad boy, is good in extra-curriculum activities, least interested in studies and spends most of his time flirting with pretty young girls. Whereas Rajan is a bright and sincere student. In other words, Raju and Rajan are totally opposite of each other.
One day Deewaan Awasthi (Paresh Rawal), the new principal, divides the classes into three sections (A, B, and C) considering student’s academic performance, their interest in extra-curriculum activities, and their personality. However, it is not the case of Raju and Rajan as college management mixed their identical names by mistake, and they get classes that are totally opposite to their personality. Where Raju finds himself amidst bright students, Tusshar gets himself a seat in class filled with duffers.
Later it is revealed that it was no mistake, and Mr. Awasthi did it deliberately. Why he did such a thing and whether he succeeded or not is what carry rest of the plot.
Good boy Bad boy is a senseless movie that has all bad and no good. Though the main message is nice but is very badly presented. The film looks like a collage of, no humor, no emotions, inane script, dull music, dumb comedy, bad performances, etc., etc.
Don’t know whose performance is worse, Emraan’s or Tusshar’s. Leading ladies are no good either; they need to work on their dialogue delivery, expressions, and everything. I wonder what made Paresh Rawal to act in such a terrible movie.
The movie’s message is the savior of this movie.
What’s not there?
The movie lacks technical aspects.
It has ordinary cinematography, stupid dialogues, unexciting screenplay and unbearable music.
The movie is poorly constructed.
The movie is pretentious with the plot line that we have seen 100 times.
If you have plenty of time to kill than indeed go for Good Boy, Bad Boy.
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