Friday, October 26, 2018


Rating: 3.5/5

Baazaar Story: Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra) leaves Allahabad behind and with it, the small-town mentality, too. He moves to Mumbai, a town with soaring skyscrapers and dreams that fly even higher. His one would like is to work along with his idol Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan), however the greedy and manipulative world of cash, power and the stock market draws Rizwan in, to a small degree too quick.

Baazaar Review: A artful film character once said, “Greed is good”. It’s a thought that sums up the very concept of stock markets pretty much. a lot of people around the world invest in shares with the ultimate aim of creating a fast buck. Baazaar is a film based on the share market and it plays up the concept of morals over cash, or contrariwise, looking on which character from the film you root for. For audiences saturated with love stories and family sagas, the restive thrills of against the law drama like Baazaar, can give a full new entertainment experience. one of the highlights of the film is Saif Ali Khan’s performance. The streak of grey in his hair is simply as attractive as the grey shades of the role. although the film has a strong hangover of Michael Douglas’ Wall Street (1987), this thriller regarding cash, cash and extra money will offer a rich blend of entertainment.

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