Baazaar Movie Review
Director: Gaurav K. Chawla
Artists: Radhika Apte, Saif Ali Khan, Chitrangada Singh,Rohan Mehra
Movie Type : Thriller /Drama
Rating: 3.5/ 5
Life has become a race for everyone today. Now you want to run it like a marathon or like a hundred meter sprint, it's up to you. Producer Nikhil Advani's film Bazaar is also the story of two such runners. One is Gujarati Chhokaro Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan), who started referring to diamonds at a toy-playing age. Shakun only understands the business and profits and that too quickly. For this, he takes all the tricks and tricks like horse trading, cheating, bribery, trickery. He becomes such a big and successful business tycoon by doing the multiplication of the business that in the small town of Allahabad, recent Prayagraj, he becomes a god for young dreamer Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra). Rizwan considers his ideal and by working with him comes to Mumbai to dream of achieving the same success.
Rizwan faces seemingly impossible challenges at every step to reach the first job, the first client and Shakun in the world of the stock market in Mumbai, but he finally reaches Shakun after crossing every challenge. Priya (Radhika Apte), who works with her, supports her in all this, which also makes her a relationship of love. Rizwan's dream of getting Shakun's support, fame, success seems to be fulfilled, but were his dreams really fulfilled? Or was it all a smokescreen? Because, he says, not chasing dreams, a person reaches such a height that there is no option but to come down. Where will Rizwan's dreams take him and leave him? You will only know by watching the film.
With this, you will find out the shocking lies of the stock market world, the rise and fall of shares and the game of horse trading. The trio of Nikhil Advani, Parvez Sheikh and Aseem Arora have definitely created a good mix of ambition, greed, deception and emotion on a new backdrop like the stock market. There are many such twists in the film, which surprise the audience. However, some things also seem airborne. Shakun's wife Mandira Kothari (Chitrangada Singh) and two girls and Rizwan's family, father and sister, have tried to create an emotional drama, which sometimes disrupts the film's pace.
Gaurav R. Chawla's direction is simple, but could have been edited and tightened. Saif Ali Khan is constantly getting better as an actor. He has done a good acting in the role of Gray Shade in the film. This is the debut film of Vinod Mehra's son Rohan Mehra. He has got a very strong role. He has shown that he definitely has acting abilities, but there is scope to do more. Radhika Apte has performed as well as ever. Chitrangada Singh has a very small role, which she has played. At the same time, the role of SEBI officer Rana Das Gupta (Manish Choudhary) has not been developed. Indian audiences have seen some of the best thriller films like Andhadhun, Kahaani, the market does not reach there, but this film with new plot and some shocking twists will be liked by fans of watching something new. The weak side of the film is its songs. The song Kemchho, which comes in the background in the film, sounds good, while the rest of the songs are Akhtare.