It is certainly not the best of Priyadarshan.But Bhagam Bhaag still makes for an entertaining watch.The film’s crazy plot, filled with comic chaos and confusion, is its main USP.On top of it, Akshay Kumar shows his impeccable flair for comedy.The basic formula of ‘Bhagam Bhag’ is the same as any other Priyadarshan movie.The story’s central characters try to outsmart each other, but wind up in a situation where they are hunted by a number of other over-the-top characters.There are mistaken identities, a murder, an underhand plot, chaos and commotion.
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Govinda, Jackie Shroff, Lara Dutta
Bunty (Akshay Kumar) and Babla (Govinda) are the two main actors in a dance troupe run by Champak Seth ( Paresh Rawal ).The two actors can’t keeps their eyes and hands off their heroine Anjali (Tanushree Dutta), who, tired of their Casanova ways, eventually quits the group just when they are about to leave for an important show in London.In London, Bunty and Babla search dedicatedly for a new heroine, but end up in police custody after a drug dealer gives them Heroin, in stead.
After being let off, Bunty meets a strange girl with suicidal tendencies.The girl is Munni ( Lara Dutta ).He decides to cast her as his heroine in the show. Bunty also falls in love with her.But Munni meets with an accident and recovers her lost memory.It turns out that she is Nisha and is already married to someone called Vikram (Arbaaz Khan).In the subsequent reels, Nisha apparently commits suicide and Vikram is murdered. And Bunty, Babla and Champak Seth are the prime suspects.
Kitschy slapstick is cocktailed with genuine humour in a delectable way in ‘Bhagam Bhag’. All said, ‘Bhagam Bhag’ is a good timepass flick. It offers nothing outstanding or extraordinary. It entertains you for three hours and leaves you with smiles.
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