Bank Chor

Bank Chor

16 Jun, 2017
2 hrs 09 mins
4,493 votes
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Introducing the worst Bank Chor EVER: Champak Chandrakant Chiplunkar, a simple Marathi manoos played by Riteish Deshmukh who picks the worst day possible to rob a bank. To make matters worse, he recruits 2 idiots from Delhi who’ve never even picked a pocket in their lives. Now top that off with the craziest bunch of hostages including a high-strung housewife, a hyper chef, a possibly undercover cop… and Baba Sehgal. How could it get worse, right?

Wrong! Enter tough as nails supercop, CBI officer Amjad Khan played by Vivek Anand Oberoi, who shoots first and interrogates later. And a mad media circus outside led by fashion journo turned crime reporter Gayatri Ganguly aka Gaga played by Rhea Chakraborty. And you know the Bankchors are up for the worst day of their lives. Yet. The film promises to be a crazy roller-coaster ride with thrills, chills and certainly lots of spills.
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Verdict: Never underestimate the power of a common man. Bank robbery has always been an interesting and thrilling subject to make a film on. Writers get to exploit their imagination and creativity in creating a genius character and the most difficult of locks. But adding comedy to a thriller is a tough job and Bank []... ...Read full review
Bank Chor appears to be a comedy from its trailer but what starts as a comedy soon turns into a nail-biting gripping thriller! ...Read full review
While the people on this side of the screen have seen it coming. The first half has puns that only the characters find funny, and situations that are too convenient to cause intrigue. You constantly find yourself coming up with better solutions to situations than the movie provides. However, it leaves logical flaws and silly antics behind and cleans up its (third) act. ...Read full review
Bank Chor has a few mildly amusing moments, but it could have been a genuinely funny film. The setup is there, the characters are there, Deshmukh is around and game to embrace the nuttiness. Yet the film keeps relentlessly spinning its wheels - while insisting on showing us just how much it is spinning said wheels - and finally becomes the kind of film it is trying to spoof. ...Read full review

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