Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie 1st&2nd Half Report

  • Published Apr 11, 2024 | 12:52 PMUpdated Apr 11, 2024 | 12:52 PM
  • Published Apr 11, 2024 | 12:52 PMUpdated Apr 11, 2024 | 12:52 PM
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie 1st&2nd Half Report

First Half: Below Average

The film is centered around grandeur and heavy-weight action sequences supported by impressive production values and intense chase sequences. However, the question of whether these elements are truly worth it lingers throughout the film, as the lack of proper emotional depth makes it feel like a mere show-off.

While Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s camaraderie has its moments, it could have been better developed. Manushi Chillar shines in her action-packed role, adding depth to the film.

The storyline and treatments are rather routine, offering little novelty, and the emotional aspect falls flat. Certain scenes, like Akshay’s delayed entry during missions and the predictable intentions of the antagonist, can be guessed well in advance.

The interval shot reveals the masked antagonist’s true identity, portrayed by Prithviraj Sukumaran, adding a layer of intrigue to the narrative. However, it leaves us wondering whether the character was genuinely portrayed by Prithviraj or if the makers deceived us with a random actor, keeping the mystery intact until the reveal.

Sonakshi Sinha’s role is pivotal, and one hopes for emotionally driven scenes rather than mere spectacle.

Despite its flaws, special mention must be made of Akshay Kumar’s performance, especially in action sequences where his comedic timing adds a unique flavor to the film.

2nd Half: Bad

The film begins by sidelining the action duo, with them not even registering on the radar, as the focus shifts to the antagonist, Prithviraj Sukumaran’s backstory. This unveiling of the main plot sets the stage for the senseless action sequences in grandeur.

However, despite the inclusion of music, everything goes awry with the film, leaving us eagerly awaiting the end card.

Final Review : “Messed-up Action Grandeur”

The main plot of the story, which unfolds in the latter half of the film and explores Prithviraj Sukumaran’s intentions as the antagonist, falls short and is ironically amusing in its focus on the flaws of the unconvincing concept that leads to senseless action sequences overpowering everything else, creating a messy situation.

Despite some grandeur and flashy scenes, the lack of emotional depth is somewhat bearable until the flawed concept is revealed, intensifying the chaos.

It’s puzzling why Prithviraj Sukumaran, known for his selective roles, accepted such a part; it seems like even he realized the shortcomings, with his absence in the first half possibly being a deliberate attempt to mask it.

The action duo of Akshay and Tiger Shroff, initially promising, lose momentum and fail to recapture it later on, leaving audiences frustrated with the film’s concept.

The producers’ investment in grand visuals and exotic locations feels wasted. However, Manushi Chillar manages to shine with her impressive stunts, overshadowing the Action Duo Akshay and Tiger.

Even the music fails to engage, making for a dull viewing experience.

Overall, if you’re solely interested in action, you might find something to enjoy, but be warned, even that loses its appeal after a while.

Note:* It’s a personal opinion. It will not be based on it’s film run or the talk on the other side.