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Baa Baaa Black Sheep

Baa Baaa Black Sheep

23 Mar, 2018
1 hrs 43 mins
485 votes
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The world turns upside down for Baba on his 25th birthday, when he learns that his apparently boring father is in fact a dreaded hitman, and that his family has made a tradition out of this morbid business for the past 12 generations! Now, the time has come for Baba to take over as the 13th. And as if all of this is not enough, there is the strange case of the love interest with her own secrets, a stolen Renoir painting and prowling contract killers. The plot thickens, but is Baba ready for the mayhem that's about to ensue!?
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Verdict: Some mindless fun for all ages. Many TV actors have claimed that the medium gives them​ little creative satisfaction and working in films is their ultimate goal. While the smaller screen has a wider reach, entering Bollywood is every actor`s dream. Maniesh Paul has dabbled in various roles in TV and films and is []... ...Read full review
In between idea and execution, lies a yawning gap. This happens so often in Bollywood that it deserves to be a separate genre: Here Lie The Films Which Sounded Good On Paper But Turned Out To Be Duds On Screen. The latest would be Baa Baa Black Sheep, an alleged crime caper set in Goa. ...Read full review
When you watch an entire supposed comedy with a straight face, theres a big problem. The action isnt thrilling, love track is silly, dialogue insipid and a story that makes no sense whatsoever. Nothing and absolutely nothing about this chaotic, multiple character laden story manages to keep you awake, let alone amuse. ...Read full review
Theres an old saying that dying is easy while comedy is hard. This timeless maxim is best understood by nearly all the new Bollywood filmmakers today who might follow the Yash Chopra or Karan Johar formulaic form of storytelling, but know it very well that to direct a good comedy they would have to pour all their blood, sweat and cheers into their cinematic endeavours. Its the beginning of summer, and, that time of the year when a large chunk of cinema-going population will be headed to examination halls, and, so, some mindless entertainment with emphasis on the mindless cobbled together from various other movies will hit the screens. Well, mostly, not necessarily, every Friday release. This Friday we all got really unlucky. Unforgivably so. ...Read full review
As far as premises go, Baa Baaa Black Sheep`s sounds promising: A son stunned by the revelation that he is the 13th generation to take on this mantle, his dilemma and initial trepidation at becoming a paid assassin, his training etc. ...Read full review
In an attempt to appear funny, the film bombards us with jokes like, Mai JNU student reh chuka hoon, mai chup nahi reh sakta and Galti wo hoti hai jo sudhaari ja sake. Jo jhelni pade, use beemari kehte hain. Can you laugh at those? I couldnt. Acclaimed actors like Kay Kay Menon, Anupam and Annu are a waste in he film and they seem to be making fun of themselves. And we have seen them making similar attempts way too many times for this to be funny anymore. Skip this one and sing the nursery rhyme instead. ...Read full review
With so many characters playing their parts in just over two hours, Director Vishwas Paandya gets his comic timing right, but loses out on the plot and the thrills. Anupam Kher - as the contract killer who transforms into a Singham clone from an uncle type while on the killing job - and Annu Kapoor as the con artist who swindles people with his charm and fakes, are a delight. ...Read full review