Tiger Shroff, Akshay Kumar, Prithviraj Sukumaran starrer – perfect thrills and chills.

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Release Date: April 11, 2024
Where to watch BMCM: Theatres
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Sonakshi Sinha, Manushi Chillar, Alaya F, Ronit Roy and more
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Rating: 3.5 out of 5

What is it about?
Akshay Kumar takes on the role of Captain Freddy, and Tiger Shroff as Captain Rocky – two fearless soldiers of the Indian Army known for their unbeatable spirit. However, they struggle with following orders. Prithviraj Sukumaran portrays Kabir, the antagonist driven to destroy India. There’s a compelling backstory detailing his journey to becoming India’s ultimate enemy. Manushi Chhillar also joins the Indian Army, aiding Freddy and Rocky in their battle against Kabir. Alaya F plays the role of an artificial intelligence genius, while Sonakshi Sinha adds another layer of intrigue to the film. Kabir possesses advanced technology to threaten India and collaborates with China and Pakistan to unleash ‘Pralay.’ But does he succeed? No spoilers here.

Watch Bade Miyan Chote Miyan trailer below:

What’s hot?
Action-packed thrillers infused with comedy make a strong comeback through Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, enhanced by a generous dose of technology. The film seamlessly blends genres, delving into sci-fi elements with its futuristic take on artificial intelligence. The narrative kicks off with an intense chase sequence when Kabir’s team ambushes an Indian convoy carrying a critical weapon. The stakes are high as the Indian Army has a limited window to save the nation. The film grips audiences right from the opening scene, maintaining a high-octane pace throughout. With Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff in the lead, jaw-dropping stunts and death-defying actions are a given, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats. The well-choreographed action sequences by Hollywood director Craig Macrae add a spectacular visual element. However, it’s Prithviraj Sukumaran who steals the show with his captivating screen presence, even beneath the disguise. Tiger Shroff shines in the comedy department, delivering punches effortlessly, while Manushi Chillar and Alaya F play pivotal roles, contributing to the film’s overall impact. The background score sets the tone for the thrilling narrative, with seamless shifts between timelines providing valuable insights into the characters without confusing the audience.

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What’s not?
While Akshay Kumar’s comedic timing is a trademark, it takes a backseat in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, missing the opportunity to showcase his heroism alongside humor as effectively as in his previous roles. Though the film offers a comprehensive package, the songs lack entertainment value, and some dialogues may seem excessive. The storyline at times falls into predictability, and certain action sequences feel elongated. Some relationships and connections within the film remain underexplored, hinting at potential for further development in future installments of the franchise. Expect Kabir to return with renewed terror in the sequel.

For avid fans of action thrillers, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is a must-watch. The film hits theaters on Eid, promising an adrenaline-pumping treat for all movie enthusiasts.

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