Bhaskar Oru Rascal

Bhaskar Oru Rascal

18 May, 2018
2 hrs 31 mins
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The story of Bhaskar Oru Rascal is based on the lives of single parents (played by Arvind Swamy and Amala Paul) and their kids who are friends at school. Arvind's son is a patient and peace-loving child, whereas, Amala's daughter believes that violence is the only solution to all problems. The parents too whose personalities are poles apart initially don't get along very well. How the families come together, forms the crux.
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Like its title, this remake of the Malayalam film, Bhaskar Oru Rascal, has changed only a few things from the original version. Arvind Swami and Amala Paul play the lead roles here, which were essayed by Mammootty and Nayanthara respectively, in Mollywood. ...Read full review
Bhaskar (Arvind Swamy) is a well to do businessman who is a sort of a rowdy who prefers dealing in blows rather than talk. He is a widower living with his father (Nasser) and school going son Akash (Master Raghavan). Akash`s classmate is Shivani (Baby Nainikka) who takes a liking towards Bhaskar`s brash way while the boy bonds well with her mother Vinitha (Amala Paul). ...Read full review
Director Siddique, along with his then partner Lal, operated under the Siddique-Lal brand in Malayalam cinema in the 1980s and `90s and dished out mega hits. They later split and went their separate ways, but Siddique continued his dream run in commercial cinema and made super hits in other languages like Tamil and Hindi. ...Read full review
During a press meet in the run-up to Bhaskar Oru Rascals release, Aravind Swamy said something intriguing. A journalist had asked him about his choice of roles and Aravind said that he likes doing what makes him feel like fish out of water. I was reminded of what he said when watching Bhaskar Oru Rascal as this is a version of Aravind we are seeing after quite some time on screen. ...Read full review
The story revolves two single parents - Arvind and Amala Paul - their lives philosophy are poles apart. But theyre brought together by their children who happen to be classmates and very good friends. How things pan out when they decide to come together forms the crux of the story. ...Read full review
When his contemporaries have failed to sustain in the industry, director Siddique has managed to stay in the game for more than three decades. The success could be attributed to his knack for writing some solid situational comedy. However, unlike his previous Tamil remakes Friends and Kavalan, Bhaskar Oru Rascal`s (the remake of hit Malayalam movie Bhaskar The Rascal) comedy is far below par and puerile. There are more misses than hits. ...Read full review
Akash, the son of Bhaskar, a business man and Shivani, the daughter of Anu, study in the same school. They are the best of friends. At the same time, Bhaskar and Anu are single parents and are completely opposite in nature. Akash and Shivani decide to bring together Bhaskar and Anu and what happens later has been narrated in the movie. ...Read full review
Ill remember Bhaskar Oru Rascal (the remake of the Malayalam film, Bhaskar the Rascal) mainly for Arvind Swami straying away successfully from all the sophistication thats come to be seen as an attraction in successful films like Thani Oruvan and Bogan. ...Read full review
Baskar Oru Rascal is about how two young friends try to set their single parents up with one another. Though the core plot sounds quite interesting, the subplot has a very weak and confusing storyline. Baskar Oru Rascal is another old wine in a polished-to-look-like-new bottle, that will work with a section of the audience. ...Read full review

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