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Movie Review of Bollywood Movie Baazaar, Story of Mysterious World

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The world of the stock market and trading is a mysterious domain when you are not conscious of it. From the outside, it looks very charming but from inside it’s very difficult. Saif Ali Khan’s and Radhika Apte latest movie Baazaar is same like Bollywood previous movies. The story of Baazaar circles around Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan) & Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra). Baazaar movie based on the story of Mumbai’s city life and it’s dangerous world of stock trading.

Rizwan is a bright young guy with lots of dreams; he is inspired by Shakun who is the king of the stock market and famous for his shrewdness. Rizwan wants to be like him so he leaves his home Allahabad and comes to Mumbai to complete his dreams and how Mumbai use him workwise, fervently and how he stay alive, forms the bottom of this film.


Bollywood latest movie Baazaar has a strong impression from Hollywood’s Wall Street. Aseem Arora and Parveez Shaikh have frustrated by lots of things but failed to make it fascinating. There are few moments in the film which secrecy you but only in patches. The first part of the movie heads nowhere and you feel lost. The second part is good but again it was not able to get your complete attention.

If we talk about the performances of the characters then Saif Ali Khan as Shakun Kothari is good. He showed the character of the stock market expert with comfort. Rohan Mehra has made his debut with this film and he has delivered a good performance though he is not incredible still he has impressed us. Radhika Apte as Priya is just to add glamour quotient in the film and doesn’t have enough to do. Chitrangda Singh as Shakun’s wife is a waste in a tiny role.


The music of the film was again a disappointment and failed to excite. There is a not a single song in the film which you can remember after coming out of the cinema. Director Gauravv K. Chawla has also made his directorial debut with Baazaar and he hasn’t done any commendable job.

Overall, Baazaar is a below average film and won’t entice you. Therefore, it will be good if you don’t finance in this because Baazaar’s stocks are not worth buying.

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