Rating: 3/5 Stars (Three stars)
Director: Milan Luthria
Besides Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi and Suspense, there is nothing special in the film.
The story of ‘Badshaho’ is in the time of Emergency in 1975, where the Government realizes that queen Gitanjali has treasure. The eyes of the government are on this treasure, but Queen Gitanjali is not one of those who give in. She wants to stop this treasure from going to Delhi. Will all this happen? if yes then how? To know this, you have to go to the movie.
The film’s script, which has been written by the very seasoned writer Rajat Arora, seems like the film has been scripted to succeed at the box office. The fact is, the film seems otherwise.
Star Performance :-
A movie that has a large starcast, it kind of becomes tough to single a particular actor for his/ her performance. Ajay Devgn wins extra brownie points here. Besides his usual screen presence, it’s also his one liners (only a few of them), which forms the highlight of the film. Ajay Devgn is one of the major reasons to watch the film. Ileana passes muster as the Maharani with hidden facets; Emraan’s takeaway is that he gets to shimmy with Sunny Leone and Vidyut gets an `interesting’ introduction.
Last Words :-
The story of the film is of a line and the film starts stretching in some places. The story of the film should have been more. The film should have been a little shorter. but Ajay Devgan’s acting and style, Emraan’s dialogue delivery and punches of Sanjay Mishra will give you thrills, entertainment and smile all three. The music of the movie is good. At the end, you can watch this movie and it will be 3 stars from me.