Bangistan (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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Two blundering terrorists with lofty ideologies, but ordinary talent, on a mission to change the world.




  • Bangistan (2015)
  • Riteish Deshmukh at an event for Bangistan (2015)
  • Bangistan (2015)
  • Zachary Coffin - @Bangistan (Zack Coffin / ज़ैक / ஸ்ஸேக்)
  • Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat in Bangistan (2015)
  • Zachary Coffin as Polish Cop with Megh Pant in Bangistan (#ZacharyCoffin / #ZackCoffin / #ZACK / #ज़ैक / ஸ்ஸேக்)

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8 August 2015 | sohompramanick
| Great Idea, Poorly Executed
By the promos, one expects a hilarious laugh riot which sounded amazing, extremely novel and different. But what the film offers is a big let-down. The film runs with a snail's pace. The director is unclear whether he wants to deliver his message through humour and satire or moralizing lecturing.

Initially Bangistan promises a bang and showers hints of satire in almost every scene, dialogue and frame; but runs out of impressive ideas and additions soon after the successful take-off. In this supposedly comedy film, there are just handful of moments that bring a smile on your face and most of the time, you just stare in horror at the pointless stuff happening in front of you. The film's music somehow is a relief.

Riteish Deshmukh was the eye among the blind. Though he was confused most of the times. Pulkit Samrat was the epitome of over-acting. Jacqueline Fernandez's role was a mere blink & miss in 3-4 scenes & 1 song. She was not required at all & was used as a prop. Aarya Babbar was funny in 1 or 2 scenes. The performances of rest were unsound.

The problem with ‪‎Bangistan‬ is that it tries to be too many things at the same time. The film's promos promise a comedy however, the jokes soon start falling flat one after the other. Then the director suddenly decides to make a preachy film with a social message on religious harmony. It's ultimate undoing lies in its desperate lunge towards delivering a message in the climax (which was the saving grace).

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$34,263 9 August 2015

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