It’s all about shooters and killers at the box-office this weekend. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is no different. So, it starts with two professional killers, drinking on a bridge over the railway tracks and sharing the stories of their life and thinking how they became the brutal, bad killers.
One of them considers the other one his teacher. The younger one admires the senior so much that he renames himself Banke Bihari (Jatin Goswami) out of respect for his teacher, Babu Bihari (Nawazuddin Siddiqui)
Later a self-realization takes over Banke when he got to know that
Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is getting paid 25,000 for each murder he commits while he only gets Rs 8,000. That turns their conversation about the inflation and how much of an expensive affair this business has become. It is so difficult to hire guns and use them with all honesty. This conversation then leads to a situation where they challenge each other to murder three people. Whosoever will eliminate the three first will win and the other person then has to leave the business of killing on contract.
Just like Raman and Raghav, they also have a connection. Babumoshai Bandookbaaz doesn’t mind Banke flirting with his girlfriend Fulwa (Bidita Bag) In fact, all three get drunk and dance together. There’s an indication of Banke getting close to Fulwa beyond necessary limits, Babu turns a blind eye as Banke had his trust established.
Kushan Nandy opens his film with a lot of promise. We meet a gun-trotting Babu and hear Amitabh Bachchan’s songs in the background. It’s mufassil Uttar Pradesh where local strongman Dubey (Anil George) loves to see his wife getting massage from a burly masseuse
Kushan Nandy has opened the film with a lot of promise. The audience gets to see a killer Babu not only with his gun but also the attitude and we get to hear the Amitabh Bachchan’s songs in the background. This movie ensures surely gives you another excellent Nawazuddin performance to remember with a twisted storyline.