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18 Jan, 2019
1 hrs 49 mins
400 votes
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Three stories merge on one mad December day in the temperamental city of Mumbai. Meghna, a PR agent, has her phone snatched by a `Biker`; Have-A-Go Hero, Abhishek, puts his private life on hold to help; and Pandya, a politician facing trial in the High Court, hopes his hitman will swiftly eliminate a mysterious witness. Fading film star, Karan Kapoor, and Deputy Home Minister, Irawati, are just trying to get through their day, when everyone suddenly becomes entangled in each other`s messy lives. Events quickly snowball to reveal that the fate of the witness lies in all their hands.

Will Meghna and this bunch of strangers, from the highest echelons to the lowest ranks of society, overcome their self-obsession for just long enough to prevent the identity of the star witness from falling into the wrong hands?
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Verdict:Takes you on a hilarious darshan through the city of sin. Bombay, or Mumbai, is often referred to as the city of dreams. But underneath the cloud of hope that lingers over the city lies extreme poverty, corruption, deception,and self-obsession. All of this is explored inPia Sukanyas directorial debutBombairiya, which features a large star cast with Radhika Apte in the lead. The ... ...Read full review
This ones a confused and chaotic mess. Complicated is not always clever. ...Read full review
Radhika Apte`s comedy is riddled with a disorderly screenplay, too many loopholes. ...Read full review
Bombairiya is a complexly designed film with a plethora of characters and subplots strewn all over, which makes, holding to the thread of the plot, a bit of challenging. Nevertheless, juggling the tale in the chaos seems to be the hallmark of debutante Director, Pia Sukanya. ...Read full review
Bombay may be your `jaan` but Pia Sukanya`s Bombairiya falters when it comes to giving this city its heartbeat in her story. ...Read full review
Radhika Apte, Siddhanth Kapoor`s film is an honest attempt that fails towards the end. ...Read full review
This is a bunch of actors who are all capable of making us happy, but here all you do is watch them flounder. Apte frowns and scowls. Thats been her trademark look for in her past few outings. Can someone please give a movie in which she gets to smile? ...Read full review
Bombairiya is a tangled mess, neither funny nor engaging. It`s a comedy of errors all right - more errors than comedy. Be warned, don`t even think of sitting through it. Torture isn`t funny. ...Read full review
Pia Sukanya manages to narrate her observation about Mumbai the city of dreams. The debutant director impresses with her vision and execution. Pia Sukanyas purpose is clear - she wants us to meet these people, know them, sympathize with them.. but don`t drive any conclusion and that is fascinating. ...Read full review