Baby Movie Review 3/5 351
Written by Aravind   |   Posted: 01/20/2015 03:06 PM IST   |   Updated: 01/23/2015 04:00 PM IST
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Baby Movie Review :

  • Release Dt :

    Jan, 23 2015

  • Banner :

    T Series, Crouching Tiger, Cape of Good Films

  • Director :

    Neeraj Pandey

  • Producer :

    Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Shital Bhatia

  • Music :

    MM Kreem, Sanjay Chowdury

  • Cinema Rating :


  • Cinematography :

    Sudeep Chattarjee

  • Starring :

    Akshay Kumar, Tapsee Pannu, Rana Daggubati


'Baby' team has born after 26/11. Its officers, led by Ajay Singh (Akshay Kumar), have no official records or responsibilities except to thwart terror attacks. The government maintains 'plausible deniability' about them. But meanwhile, the trial-basis unit battles threats from Pakistan, within India and multiple global locations. Can 'Baby' bite the bad guys hard enough.

Rasheed Naz (Maulana Mohammed Rahman)is the main antagonist in the film Baby, which it remains the mastermind of the terror attacks and he is expert in brain-washing young people towards terrorism. While, Rasheed Naz will be appear to be a super powerful terrorist, while Akshay Kumar along with his 'Baby' team including Rana Daggubati (Jai Singh Rathore), Taapsee Pannu (Priya Suryavanshi), Anupam Kher (Om Prakash Shukla) and others thrive to eradicate terrorism once and for all.

Baby' is a perfect vehicle for the times we live in: it gives us a home-spun hero who allows himself to be hurt but is invincible, and an enemy who is the easiest to demonise. The film is as simplistic as its title - Us vs Them, and no prizes for guessing who will win. In a messy world, where each action can have an equal and opposite reaction, what is the point of complexity?

We are given a luxuriously-bearded mullah (based, clearly, upon a couple of real-life types) whose eyeballs have flames in them, and a crowd of followers who look as if they are ready for ‘jihad’. They raise blood-curdling slogans, and talk nasty about `Indiya’. The retaliatory measures undertaken by our hero are justified right in the beginning. Can’t have hate-spewing terrorists who hide out in countries-ringed-by-deserts-and-sand-dunes threatening our sovereign nation, can we?

So we are meant to cheer when the skilled counter-espionage agent Ajay (Akshay Kumar) breaks bones and smashes faces, while a gruesome interrogation sets the scene. If they can bash our guys, we are allowed to bash right back, no questions asked. Ajay and his band of merry men, the impossibly buff Daggubati, and the sulky computer expert Anupam Kher, cause some amusement as they race around Turkey and Nepal and the Middle East, tracking the baddies. But the whole is familiar and much of it is tedious.

Performance :

Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher, Kay Kay Menon and Danny Denzongpa have proved once again with their outstanding performance in their acting, other actors of Baby also did full justice to their roles. Even Taapsee Pannu who has made Bollywood debut, she also impressive with some good action scenes.

Final Word

Must watch movie for everyone on the weekend, but 2 hours and 40 minutes is too long to entertain.

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