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Ajay Devgn stars in an action thriller without thrills

Baadshaho is an Emergency-set drama for Luthria seems least interested in looking at the troubled state of civil liberties in the era. Instead, you will see a Life magazine cover featuring Gitanjali and bell-bottoms and sleeves to remind you this is the 1970s. As the chase begins, the film loses mom...(more)

Source: Suhani singh, India Today


Poor Script Overshadows Performances And Direction

Ajay Devgn who 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. He is followed a close second by Emraan Hashmi, who looks his part to a �...(more)

Source: Satish Sundaresan , Koimoi


jay Devgn's Thriller Devoid Of Highs Despite A Passable Emraan Hashmi

Baadshaho does have a couple of passable performances - one from Sanjay Mishra, whose comic timing as the alcoholic and wisecracking Tikla is phenomenal; the other comes from Hashmi as a loveable, fatalistic rogue. Kohl-lined eyes, a tattoo of a gun on one arm and witticisms such as "I am a camel, l...(more)

Source: saibal chatterjee, NDTV Movies


his Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi film is old wine, in a not very new bottle

he twists coming a mile off. But that�s also part of the masala-movie experience, this knowing what�s going to come up next. The surprise comes from how the audience reacts to Sanjay Mishra, who plays a wizened safe-cracker: he has some of the best lines in the film, and gets the maximum applause, e...(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta , Indian Express


This Ajay, Emraan starrer is full of glib one-liners, needless bravado

The screenplay of Baadshaho is unduly non-linear and includes indulgent scenes like one of police torture. Baadshaho's finale unfolds in a sandstorm and is the one scene that is visually arresting, though the story loses itself somewhere within the vortex.(more)

Source: Udita Jhunjhunwala, Firstpost.com


Daft, dull, drivel

movie so utterly daft and dull, its actors can barely conceal their disinterest in executing a non-profit heist in dry, dusty deserts of Rajasthan. Too often a spaced-out, sleepwalking Ajay Devgn is stirred from staring away into oblivion to fake interest in its foolish schemes.(more)

Source: Sukanya Verma, Rediff.com


Movie Review

Ajay burns the screen with his intensity; Ilena plays the Maharani with hidden facets effectively. Emraan's takeaway is his shimmy with Sunny Leone and Vidyut's got the moves. (more)

Source: Meena Iyer, Times Of India


Movie Review

Milan Luthria's direction is simple and he manages to keep the proceedings free of complications. He understands that this is a massy flick and should have a pan-India appeal. In that regard, he scores. But just like the script, the direction too falters towards the end.(more)

Source: Bollywood Hungama News Network, Bollywood Hungama

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Mere Rashke Qamar” A1 Melody Master-fana, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Listen
2 “Audio JukeBox” Listen
3 “Hoshiyar Rehna” Neeraj Arya�s Kabir Caf� Listen
4 “Mere Rashke Qamar (Remix” Manoj Muntashir Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan Listen
5 “Mere Rashke Qamar (Female Version)” Manoj Muntashir Tulsi Kumar Listen
6 “Socha Hai” Manoj Muntashir Jubin Nautiyal, Neeti Mohan Listen
7 “Chor Aavega” Shikhar Kumar Listen