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Bhaiaji Superhit
2D

Bhaiaji Superhit

Hindi
ActionComedyRomance
23 Nov, 2018
2 hrs 13 mins
64%
4,283 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Two very different worlds, Bollywood and the UP Underworld, collide with each and rub shoulders to create a laugh riot. The film features Sunny Deol, Preity Zinta, Ameesha Patel, Arshad Warsi and Shreyas Talpade in pivotal roles.
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Verdict: A hilarious no-brainer feat. Sunny Paaji`s dhai kilo ka haath, among others. Sunny Deol is one of the strongest action heroes ever in Bollywood. He can melt iron just by his anger and can beat thousands of men without having to suffer a single scratch. In the recent Deol movies like the Yamla Pagla Deewana series, we have seen and enjoyed his over-the-top action and the parody. In Bhaiaji... ...Read full review
Bhaiaji Superhit is a good laugh. The chase sequences are punctuated not only with machine-guns but actual grenades, and the climax invokes the ultimate movie clich: a girl tied to train-tracks. Yet theres constantly something worth enjoying in this film that refuses to moralise at the very end, and it is often the leading man hapless, hilarious and never trying too hard. They could have called this movie Philadelphia, because it really is always Sunny. ...Read full review
It does get a bit too much at times. But don`t mind. Bhaiaji Deol wants Bhabhiji Zinta back at any cost. All blazing guns and spoofy drama, this is where you want to go this weekend if you looking for some cheesy fun. ...Read full review
This `Dabangg-inspired film is high on action and low on entertainment. ...Read full review
The story is nonsensical, and the execution by director Neerraj Pathak is bland. The editing is worse. Things are happening in the film for no rhyme or reason. There is a lot of inconsistency in the movie as well. Scenes are not connected to each other. The actors are walking in and out of the scene, as they wish. ...Read full review