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Boss

Release Date : 16 October 2013
Year : 2013
Banner : Viacom 18 Motion Pictures , Cape of Good Films , Ashwin Varde Productions
Producer : Ashwin Varde , Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
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Genre : Action | Drama
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Total Timepass Hai, Boss!

By Jaidev Hemmady, MovieTalkies.com, 16 October 2013 3 / 5

Boss Movie Review-In Short
A kind-hearted goon clashes with a ruthless cop to save his kid brother and bond with his estranged father.

Boss Movie Review-Verdict
Though the film seems to be an extension of earlier Akki flicks like Khiladi 786, fans of the actor are sure to have a great time.

Boss Movie Review-Story Plot
Surya a.k.a Boss (Akshay Kumar) is a kind-hearted goon, who was adopted by ‘Big Boss’ Tauji (Danny Denzongpa) years ago when the former saved the latter’s life.

When Surya’s estranged father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) comes to his son to ask for his help in rescuing Shiv (Shiv Pandit), Satyakant’s younger son from the clutches of a ruthless cop Ayushman Thakur (Ronit Roy), the Boss sets out to do the needful.

It seems that Shiv had impersonated a cop and assaulted a corrupt politician’s son for misbehaving with Ayushman’s sister Ankita (Aditi Rao Hydari), thus incurring the wrath of Thakur, who is hand-in-glove with the corrupt politico.

Will the Boss be able to save his brother and mend fences with his father? Watch the film to find out.

Boss Movie Review-Performances
Let us inform you in advance that the film completely belongs to Akshay, despite the presence of veterans like Mithun and Danny. His easy charm and his rakish grin, not to mention his action scenes, will be a treat for all fans of the Khiladi. Shiv Pandit and Aditi Rao don’t have much to do, though Ronit Roy has proved once again that he is an actor worth his salt. As the primary antagonist, Ronit does a masterful job and his screen presence and menacing aura is worthy of applause. Govind Namdeo and Johnny Lever ensure chuckles as and when they come on screen.

Boss Movie Review-Direction
Anthony D'Souza’s Blue might have sunk without a trace, but with Boss, which is the remake of South hit Pokkiri Raja, the director manages to entertain without leading to much mental strain. In short, Boss is a masala flick and might remind you of earlier Akki films such as Khiladi 786 and Rowdy Rathore, but Akshay being a true Khiladi, the film won’t fail to score well with fans of the action-comedy genre. The humour is cheeky, the songs are fun (Honey Singh, take a bow) and the action is impressive.

Boss Movie Review-Final Word
If you love action-comedies and Akshay Kumar, then this Boss is always right’ for you!

Paisa Vasool

By Nishevitha Vijayanand, MovieTalkies.com, 17 September 2013 3 / 5

Boss marks the return of the Director-Actor Jodi of Anthony D’Souza and Akshay Kumar who have collaborated yet again four years after Blue, this time in the company of Aditi Rao Hydari, Shiv Pandit and Mithun Chakraborty among others. With Akshay Kumar in the lead, a typical commercial and massy music is what can be expected from this album since the actor seems to have gone back to his Khiladi mould in this Hindi remake of the popular Malayalam film, Pokkiri Raja. The recent trend of having multiple composers for a single film is also seen in this album with composers as varied as Meet Bros Anjjan, Chirantan Bhatt, P.A. Deepak and Yo Yo Honey Singh sharing the musical credits with the lyrics being penned by Kumaar, Sahil Kaushal-Lill Gollu and Manoj Yadav.

The title track, Boss opens this soundtrack and instantly manages to hook the listener with its catchy hip-hop beats and the bindaas attitude of the singers (Meet Bros Anjjan who have also composed the music for this number) with support from rapper Honey Singh. Though the music does seem to have a heard before feeling, it manages to strike the right chords with the listener. In fact this kind of a Hero Introduction song is a religious trend followed in South Movies but very rarely seen in Bollywood, except maybe in a Salman Khan film. Therefore, this Kumaar written number would surely be a treat to Akshay’s fans and will climb up the popularity charts in no time. This being the ultimate massy number, it comes across as no surprise that this track will have an equally Paisa Vasool remix version. This Remix Version too does not disappoint and is equally stylish and catchy with its racier beats and full-on attitude.

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After playing a villainous don in ‘Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara!’, Akshay Kumar will be next seen playing a kind-hearted goon in Anthony D’Souza’s ‘Boss’, which also stars Danny Denzongpa, Mithun Chakraborty, Shiv Pandit, Aditi Rao Hydari and Ronit Roy.

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