Bullett Raja

2013 [HINDI]

Action / Crime / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 20%
IMDb Rating 5 10 3898

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Saif Ali Khan as Raja Misra
Vidyut Jammwal as Arun Singh 'Munna'
1.22 GB
Hindi 2.0
24 fps
2 hr 15 min
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Reviewed by namashi_1 5 / 10

An Ordinary Fare!

Tigmanshu Dhulia's 'Bullett Raja' is An Ordinary Fare, that works only till it lasts. Though engaging in parts & superbly acted, this gangster-flick lacks sharp writing. One Expected More!

'Bullett Raja' Synopsis: A common man who transforms into a gangster revolts against the very system he once obediently followed by declaring war on the police, the government, and the industrialists.

'Bullett Raja' begins nicely & holds its momentum efficiently up-to interval. The second-hour is unconvincing, with most sequences lacking pace or sharpness. Even the twist in the climax isn't smart, but rather predictable. The Screenplay has merit in its first-hour, which is pretty interesting, but the second-hour disheartens. Tigmanshu Dhulia's Direction is passable. Cinematography, Editing & Art Design are adequate. Music by Sajid-Wajid is foot-tapping. Action-Sequences are terrific.

Performance-Wise: Saif Ali Khan excels as Raja. He suits the part & stands out with a tough performance. Sonakshi Sinha is nicely restrained in a brief role. Jimmy Shergill is excellent. His on-screen chemistry with Saif is delightful. Vidyut Jamwal is super in a cameo. This dude can do some kick-ass action for real! Gulshan Grover & Ravi Kishan are fabulous. Chunky Pandey is very impressive. Raj Babbar is flawless. Vishwajeet Pradhan is good. Vipin Sharma scores, as well.

On the whole, 'Bullett Raja' offers mild entertainment.

Reviewed by nairtejas 4 / 10

Out Of Bullets. ♦ 41%

With only the climax decorating itself as a savior, Tigmanshu Dhulia disappoints, big time. With accordance to what his movies have been flaunting lately, Bullett Raja lies nowhere near and when even the cast cannot help the film, it can be only best described as "below average."

Starting off with an instant bonhomie between Saif Ali Khan & Jimmy Sheirgill, the plot is about a duo fighting for politicos. Then they outmatch everybody in their line of work and eventually try to salvage their existence when adversaries kick in. What the writers have tried to do here is take up an underworld topic which has been sampled hundreds of times before, and mix it up with glam & emotions and send it out in a twisty plot. The output? Nothing much entertaining, but not boring either.

The performances are good and the casting, thank heavens, apt for an action film, but use of unnecessary songs and dialogs which feel like they were created out of insomnia just won't work anymore. It is high time I ask the question to the makers that how long should I bear this stupidity and not expect something new & fresh?

Yes, this film goes out of bullets even before the intermission and just so to remind who the film is by, we have a wonderful climax worth watching. But, then again, there is nothing new. For crying out loud, Bullett Raja is an utter disappointment by the man who can do much, much better. (What was Vidhyut Jamwwal doing here?)

BOTTOM LINE: A bullet-infested drama with a shallow plot under the disguise of heavy action. Not recommended! Wait for DTH and check out the climax, per se.

Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

Reviewed by silvan-desouza 4 / 10

Tigmanshu trying to make mainstream cinema and falters

There are many times when offbeat filmmakers try to make commercial films and make mismash.Madhur did it before in AAN Men At Work, Govind Nihalini in Thakshak. Tigmanshu's debut Haasil was promoted as a romantic film but was a political film which got critical acclaim and made Irrfan a famous name. Then it was followed by some bad efforts like Charas, His recent film Shagird too didn't work nor got critical acclaim, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster Part 1 and 2 both got critical acclaim and worked well. Bullet Raja marks the first time that Tigmanshu is working with Saif,Sonakshi.When the film was announced I was sure Tigmanshu will make a great film with Saif who proved his talent in offbeat films more like Omkara, Being Cyrus.etc However it seems Tigmanshu has got carried away by the recent south style diktats and made his film to suit the audiences taste. The promo had Saif saying a longdrawn line about Brahmin roota to........... The film again is set in UP where Tigmanshu belongs, it starts off well and keeps your attention till the love angle wobbles in and spoils the part also the mumbai part and Tamanche Pe Disco doesn't blend well. The film gets too predictable and stereotypical and last twist seems like Tigmanshu trying to copy Abbas Mustan style.

Direction by Tigmanshu is good in parts but letdown overall Music by Sajid Wajid who are regular in Salman land is out of place, though Saamne Hai Savera is good, rest songs are ordinary The placements also are odd

Saif Ali Khan tries hard to get into the character and does his part well as usual but sadly the role isn't that great or memorable. Sonakshi Sinha continues her nautanki she has been doing since debut except in Lootera, she is getting typecast and boring. Jimmy Shergill is superb sadly his role ends up soon but he is simply superb as always in Tigmanshu's films. Vidyut Jamwal has a cameo and is superb, he has choreographed the action scenes involving him himself too and is good Raj Babbar is good, Gulshan Grover has a brief role and is okay, Ravi Kissen is alright, Vipin Sharma who is a regular in such films and roles is good too, Chunky Pandey is okay in a brief role Vishwajeet Pradhan and sharat Saxena are okay too

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