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    Bullett Raja (2013) - Review

    Tigmanshu Dhulia uses original location of Uttar Pradesh especially Lucknow to give freshness and depth to this Gangster genre film which has some impressions of Bonnie and Clyde in second half.Its a well written interesting film that never gets boring.In spite of all the gun and violence it never seems overdone but goes intrinsic to the story accompanied by witty dialogues sprinkled with colloquial words.Also the casting is perfect with each actor doing his role brilliantly be it Gulshan Grover as a Marwadi Businessman or Ravi Kishan dressed as Radha.

    Veteran actor Raj Babbar supports the film well essaying role of a corrupt power-monger politician.Bullett Raja is in the league of those memorable Buddy films,here played by Saif Ali Khan and Jimmy Shergill,both are just great together and a joy to watch.Sonakshi Sinha is wonderful here as a pretty Bengali girl who wants to act in movies and her song "Samne hai Savera" is intricately filmed.Vidyut Jamwal's action sequence are wonderful to watch and his is the pivotal role to the movie.

    Chunkey Pandey and Sharat Saxena have small but effective roles and Mahie Gill gets to do an item no. "Don't touch my body".Ravi Kishan is too funny to watch in Radha's attire in spite of all the shady things he does.

    Film is extensively shot in Lucknow especially Hazratganj and Baradari.Several portions were also shot in Kolkata and Mumbai.

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