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May 05, 2016 08:12 AM 3126 Views (via Android App)






Baby's DNA lies in Neeraj Pandey's gripping direction, the way he builds up his journey towards the climax, is nothing less than a cliff hanger. AK, the intense action hero is back once again. Best action thriller of bollywood after D-Day & Madras Cafe. In a film which has AK stamped all over it, Tapsee Pannu shines in a short role, which is fantastic.

Neeraj Pandey is not done this year, he has the biggest release of 2015- M.S.Dhoni an untold story in which he will be directing Sushant Singh Rajput as M.S.Dhoni. So watch Baby to know what he is capable of.

Neeraj Pandey's style of treatment is clearly visible where he cleverly uses the back ground music to his advantage to create tense sequences. The film wastes no time in introducing it's characters and straight away we know we have a great fast paced action movie to watch. From defusing a bomb in a van inside the mall to the sleazy cat and dog chases in different countries, the first half was a thrill ride. The screenplay is the real hero of the movie, because in a movie like these they did a very good job in not creating any confusion with the plot. The film builds up in plotting and tracking key links in a secret mission which is leaded by a team of four thus comprising the name of the mission as Baby.

The second half of the movie shines and surpasses the first half which is extremely essential to create a good thriller like Madras Cafe & D-Day.

Speaking about AK, he is so good when he is not running after money. That's a lesson when you can act and fight like these why do you not make movies like these more often. It's the audience to blame. Most people will prefer AK bashing 10 guy at a time with those bizarre slow motion scenes, but this is not the case here. The movie has a strong plot and AK is the real star here.

In a scene where he was just having a sip of tea, suddenly wakes up closes the door and slaps the minister's secretary and goes back opens the door, and sits calmly as if nothing happened, received whistles and claps. Baby does not need over the top action scenes and dialogues, it sticks to the fact, minimum fuzz maximum result. Danny is just terrific in his scenes as the boss.Taapse Paanu not to forget is just the show stealer, and in a short role she has left more to be desire from her. She was brilliant in a fight scene with Sushant, which was nothing less than terrific. Anupam Kher enters in the last 20 minutes and dominates the proceedings, and amazing chemistry between AK & AK. All these leads up to a thrilling climax which is nail biting and enjoyable.


Kay Kay menon a brilliant actor was under utilized. In a scene where one of the terrorist blew himself along with 3 police men, AK just survived. And before he could even walk out of the building there was breaking news regarding the blast in the news. They got the scene wrong here.

Baby is a brave and brilliant movie from a director that gave us A Wednesday and Special 26. So try not to miss this movie. How often we complain of bollywood movies being really dumb and pretentious, so now is the chance to watch a good one.

This is the level of film making we as an audience deserve. The height of bollywoodness in a movie can be judged from a ticket price. Imagine paying average Rs 150/- for a movie like Baby and the same price for a any of the Khan's shits or previous AK shits. They should charge more for good films you know, just a fact. These films deserves higher profits. Director Neeraj Pandey deserves standing ovation and all the respect as he dares to make authentic non compromising thriller with a commercial actor. A must watch.

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