Chitrangada Singh left the movie due to hurt by the director Kushan Nandy. The actress shot an intimate scene with Nawazuddin Siddiqui on the set of Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, but the director was not satisfy with Chitrangada’s effort and he spoke loudly to Chitrangada Singh and actress objected that he should not talk like that in front of all crew members.
Film’s lead actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui was tried to convince her, but finally she has decided to leave the project. Kushan Nandy was directing his third film of his career, but film stopped due to some issues between actress and him.
He was directed 88 Antop Hill (2003) and Hum Dum (2005), after ten years he was coming with today’s finest actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and action thriller film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz.
According to sources, Chitrangada Singh was not comfort with Nawazuddin Siddiqui for which director Nandy said to do that showing real as possible but she left the set while weeping.
After her disagreement with director Nandy and film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, Nawaz was tried to convince his actress. Kushan Nandy’s film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is producing by Ashmith Kunder and Kiran Shyam Shroff.
Though, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is not a small name in Bollywood, is considered as skilled actor, made an impression through films like Kahaani (2012), Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2 (2012), Talaash (2012), The Lunchbox (2013), Kick (2014), Badlapur (2015) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015).
He has played several supporting and negative roles and critically acclaimed for his performances in all these films. Teen (2016) along with Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is latest release of him, getting positive responses.
39 years old divorcee actress Chitrangada Singh is still fit and beautiful, very well known for her debuting film Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2003). She was appeared in few Bollywood films Kal: Yesterday and Tomorrow (2005), Sorry Bhai! (2008), Yeh Saali Zindagi (2008), Desi Boyz (2011), Joker (2012), Inkaar (2013) and I, Me Aur Main (2013).
Director : Krish Producers : Sanjay Leela Bhansali along with Shabina Khan Story by : A. R. Murgadoss Music Director : Chitrantan Bhatt, Yo Yo Honey Singh with Manj Musik Star cast : Akshay Kumar, Shruti Haasan, Jaideep Ahlawat, Sunil Grover, Kareena Kapoor, Chintrangada Singh Rating : 3.5/5
Felt like missing Gabbar?? Or his infamous laugh??
Well, here Bollywood proffers us with this fresh and modified version of Gabbar.
Let us have a glance on the recent and hot occupant of the screens today “Gabbar is Back”. If you have not yet devoted your time to Gabbar, let us help you further to hasten or delay your show timings.
Hereon, this new Gabbar is going to shatter all the images of the previous one, with whom we all are acquainted of. But, but ,but there is always a ‘but’. But except for the looks. Akshay Kumar has gone all beardy to portray the “Sholay wala Gabbar” once again. There is also this much acclaimed dialogue with some meager changes “pachaas pachaas kos door jab koi bachcha rota h, toh maa kehti h beta mat ro, varna Gabbar aa jayega”, replaced with “pachaas pachaas kos door jab koi RISHWAT leta h, toh sb kehte hn mat le, varna Gabbar aa jayega”. Besides this Gabbar this time does not demand for the “hath of Thakur” instead “is bar hath nahi sath chahiye”.
The story opens up creating a panorama of the scene, with inquisitiveness of the happenings. With the introduction of Gabbar(Akshay Kumar) as the hero for the people who had been the gudgeons of corruption. In the contrary to the Gabbar from Sholay, this Gabbar works towards the abatement of corruption. A powerful flash back of his life provides the discernment behind his decision. A common is mercilessly maltreated by the organization.
He acts as a professor in National College, which accounts as one of the indeterminate college where no police can enter. Anti Corruption Force (ACF) is the name of the vigilance committee, which he forms in order to bump off the corrupted ones. Gabbar targets the corrupted heads of the society and exterminates them. Also when needed treats them with his remarkable “PWD”, an abbreviation to “POWER WALA DANDA”.
The complete story takes a new turn when Gabbar comes to know about the businessman Digvijay (Suman Talwar) who is focused as the villain. He is the mastermind and all corrupt officials are merely the puppets under him. Further the investigation of the Gabbar case is handed over to Kuldeep (Jaideep Alhawat) who is assisted by our very own Gutthi (Sunil Grover), though his acting skills and role doesn’t remind you of his TV image formed on he sets of Comedy Nights With Kapil. The story does have the touch of south with the directions from the director, Krish. Gabbar is Back is kind of massy movie with a blend of spices and complete entertainment.
The best sequence of the movie is the time when Gabbar once tries to reveal the medics, who are extremely corrupted. They even pretend to operate on a corpse in order to extract hefty amount of money from the kins.
In addition to all this, there are some appreciable sound numbers. There is “warna Gabbar aa jayega” elucidating the character of Gabbar with our very own ‘Yo Yo Honey Singh’ touch. With this track you can recall all the very well-known n mugged dialogues of the former Gabbar. Then there is Shruti Haasan, who has this romantic track named “coffee peete peete” which portrays Akshay and Shruti falling in love over a coffee. Guess what, CCDs might have one more track number to add-on to their playlist. Though she is not awarded with much of the role on the screen as maintaining the intensity of the theme, love angle is not much focused on the movie.
There is another romantic song “Teri meri kahaani” in which Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar are filmed together, though her role is limited to cameo, as Akshay’s wife.
Last but not the least, there is this dance number, a Bollywood cliché, with sizzling Chitrangadha Singh, with the rap of Honey Singh and quirky and double meaning lyrics of “Aao Raja” in Desi beats. Funny it seems, censor board is quite oblivious of such language (no offense). But what matters the most that it might become the next party anthem for a remarkable period of time.
This movie is wholly based on curbing the corrupt people, in which Akshay Kumar becomes Gabbar and takes the movie to a whole new level from his former “Special 26”. May be the Delhites might be going to hit the theatres with housefull occupants, imagining Mr. Kejriwal as Gabbar, against corruption (pun intended).
In addition to all this, there are various punch lines in the movie from the slightly changed iconic Gabbar dialogue to “Kaun hai Gabbar?”, “Is bar hath nahi Sath chahiye”, “sabke karam samne ayenge, vo kya hai ki Karma rishwat nahi leta” and many more.
On a concluding note, the film offers a perfect package from Bollywood (though much extracted from Tollywood). Also the film is NO for the ones who abominate the Tamil movies to their guts.
It’s not like you are going to forget the former Gabbar, but this Gabbar might occupy some place in your minds and hearts. The movie seems to be the one man show, but that man is legend in action, Akshay Kumar. The lifelike and real stunts and actions provided by the Khiladi are always extracted out of boredom. So if you are lazing around this weekend, get yourself up and get into action with the Rowdy Gabbar. Also If you are ready to join Gabbar’s army against corruption, then for sure go for it. Besides, on my part I would prefer to rate it with 3.5/5.