Bangistan Movie Quick Review

Release Date – 7th August 2015
Starring – Riteish Deshmukh, Pulkit Samrat, Jacqueline Fernandez
Directed by – Karan Anshuman
Produced by – Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan Akhtar
Story – Karan Anshuman, Sumit Purohit, Puneet Krishna
Music by – Ram Sampath
Duration – 2 hours and 15 minutes
Genres – Comedy, Satire

Bangistan Plot: Pulkit Samrat (Praveen Chaturvedi) and Riteish Deshmukh (Hafeez Bin Ali) assume parts of suicide planes from compelling religious beliefs – Hindu and Muslim – living in an anecdotal area called Bangistan. Both are set for change the world and set up world peace. Be that as it may, do they succeed? That is the story!


Bangistan Movie Review –

Conflicting its release with Tom Cruise starrer, Hollywood sensation ‘Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation’, Bangistan was prior booked for seventeenth of April 2015. Composed and coordinated by Karan Anshuman, the film is a parody on worldwide terrorism and fundamentalism and even got banned in UAE and Pakistan as the censor locate its substance hostile.

Bangistan appears to really be a fizzled endeavor to meet the desires of numerous. Rather than slamming the gathering of people with funniness, plays on words and mockery, it was a dull watch. Be that as it may, in the event that you are Riteish Deshmukh fan, it may not disillusion you much.

The message which the film attempted to pass on merited a vastly improved script. A sluggish plot, disgraceful dialogs and frail parts really pretty much rules out on-screen characters to perform.

After his remarkable exhibitions in ‘Ek Villain’ and his own particular Marathi film ‘Lai Bhaari’, Riteish Deshmukh makes Bangistan a middle of the road watch. His ability and comic timing could have been exceptional used in the story.

While Riteish Deshmukh is as yet charming in his demonstration, Pulkit Samrat went over the top in his execution.

Jacqueline Fernandez influences her cameo in the film without breaking a sweat and was to a greater degree a rest from rest of the film.

The film additionally stars Chandan Roy Sanyal, Zachary Coffin, shine performer Tomasz Karolak and Arya Babbar, among others.

What’s good: The message Bangistan is attempting to pass on is the main solid point about the whole film. Both the performing artists, Pulkit Samrat and Riteish Deshmukh, attempted well to draw off their generally powerless parts they needed to play.

What’s bad: The substance and portrayal of the story couldn’t do any equity to the humorous plan which would have set off the making of this film. Just a couple of scenes will make you smile for the sake of ‘comic drama’. With just a couple drawing in scenes, rest of the film is freely weave and gives you enough space for restroom breaks or to check your telephones. From the story, to the lousy dialogs and jokes everything about the motion picture will need you to exit or sit tight for the film to wrap up.

Final Verdict: Strictly for ritesh deshmukh fans.

Rating: 2/5 Stars