Bachchhan Paandey Review: Akshay Kumar’s will rekindle your love for commercial Bollywood films

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Bachchhan Paandey is a remake of Jigarthanda, a Tamil film released in 2014. Assault Kumar was Bobby Simha’s Sethu, who was creating havoc. Khiladi Kumar becomes Bachchhan Paandey in the Hindi remake of 2022, ‘jiska dil aur aankh dono patthar ke hai’. With ease, he executes heinous murders. What is his preferred weapon? Knives, hammers, and weapons – you name it, he can swing anything. He also has the ability to kill people with his bare hands. He never misses his mark, and you’ll never forget his swag.

Kaandi (Saharsh Kumar Shukla), Pendulum (Abhimanyu Singh), Bufferia chacha (Sanjay Mishra), and Virgin (Prateik Babbar) are the closest to Paandey. All of these people have their own eccentricities and stories to tell.


Akshay Kumar’s portrayal of Bachchhan Paandey is dynamic and engaging from start to finish. In his own way, he’s also terrifying and awesome. In her last two films, Kriti Sanon has developed her abilities to the point where Myra seems to come naturally to her. Arshad Warsi is back as the hilarious genius we all know and love. Jacqueline Fernandez is stunning, but her performance is lacklustre. Pankaj Tripathi has an amazing personality and he kills it in every scene he has. Paandey’s gang has an excellent supporting cast.

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This tough commercial entertainer was developed in the service of its star by director Farhad Samji. As promised, the film contains all of the essential elements: action, comedy, romance, drama, and suspense. Although the momentum rises and falls, it is never disturbing. The climax takes a dramatic turn, but nothing out of the norm. The cinematography is really stunning. The songs are well-placed as well. Some of it may be irritating to those who have become accustomed to watching movies without characters breaking into dances.


Akshay Kumar’s raucous persona in Bachchhan Paandey undoubtedly has its own fan base. If you want to see maar-dhaad on the big screen wrapped in a masala film, this ‘Holi pe goli’ offering is for you.

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