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Release Date : 02 October 2013
Year : 2013
Banner : Reliance Entertainment
Producer : Himanshu Mehra , Sanjeev Gupta
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Ranbir’s ‘Besharam’ Act!

By Jaidev Hemmady, MovieTalkies.com, 02 October 2013 2.5 / 5

Besharam Movie Review-In Short: A cheeky thief decides to turn over a new leaf after falling in love with a woman.

Besharam Movie Review-Verdict: Though the story and screenplay is not impressive at all, it is Ranbir Kapoor, who alongwith his parents Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh, makes the film tolerable to a degree.
Besharam Movie Review-Story Plot: Babli (Ranbir Kapoor) is an orphan and an expert car-thief (though he manages to wake up the entire neighbourhood while stealing a car), who earns money, only to hand it over to the orphanage where he grew up.
Tara Sharma (Pallavi Sharda) is a middle-class girl, who desires a classy lifestyle and life partner. When Babli falls for Tara and unknowingly flicks her car for hawala kingpin Bhim Singh(Jaaved Jaaferi), he decides to turn over a new leaf and help Tara get her car back.
However, it is easier said than done as Babli has to not only outwit the ruthless Bhim Singh, but also keep one step ahead of Haryanvi cops Chulbul Chautala (Rishi Kapoor) and his wife Bulbul (Neetu Singh).
Besharam Movie Review-Performances: Already being hailed as the next superstar, Ranbir Kapoor has tried his hand at every kind of role and with Besharam, he again attempts to do something that he has never done before. Agreed that his character is quite loud and lewd at times, but it is not his fault, is it? All said and done, Ranbir tries his best to infuse life in a lifeless script and manages to entertain as much as he can. Pallavi Sharda has done a decent job, but she is not what we call ‘heroine material’. Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh provoke a few laughs with their husband-wife bantering, though Jaaved Jaaferi is absolutely wasted as the baddie Bhim Singh, whose character is too dry to even be caricaturish.
Besharam Movie Review-Direction: Abhinav Kashyap might have delivered a winner with Dabangg (though we all have Salman Khan to thank for that), but with Besharam, Kashyap fumbles the ball rather ‘shamelessly’ (pun unintended). The treatment is very amateurish (Bhim Singh’s henchman actually carries a rocket launcher in broad daylight on the streets of Chandigarh!) and the gags are quite dry (unless watching Rishi Kapoor fart and grimace on the toilet seat appeals to your sense of humour). If that was not all, there iszero chemistry between Ranbir and Pallavi. There are a few funny scenes, mind you (watch Rishi Kapoor do the 'badtameez dil’ dance at the orphanage, for instance), but the overall fare is rather disappointing. If there is a saving grace, it is the Kapoor family, who try their best to salvage the film.
Besharam Movie Review-Final Word: The film is advised for only those who love Ranbir Kapoor unconditionally...

Not Happening

By Nishevitha Vijayanand, MovieTalkies.com, 07 September 2013 2 / 5

Abhinav Kashyap directs Besharam nearly three years after the super successful Dabangg and this time around he picks the heartthrob of the current generation, Ranbir Kapoor as his leading man with newcomer Pallavi Sharda as his leading lady. Music for this much awaited film has been composed by Lalit Pandit (of Jatin-Lalit fame). The lyrics have been provided by the foursome of Rajeev Barnwal, Himanshu Kishan Mehra, Nikhat Khan and Kumaar. It sure will be interesting to see how the music for this film has turned out more so since the music of Dabangg had proved to be a blockbuster hit.

Love Ki Ghanti is the quintessential Kishore Kumar kind of number and also reminds one of Ala Barfi (from Barfi!). Much has been said about how the song resembles the Italian number, Bella Ciao and therefore it is indeed pointless to delve into it. But one cannot deny the fact that the number, inspired or otherwise, is indeed peppy and enjoyable with the humorous lyrics (Rajeev Barnwal) adding on to the fun. Sujeet Shetty makes the most of this entertaining number (with additional support from Ranbir Kapoor and Amitosh Nagpal who provide the voiceovers) but one does feel this song would have sounded even better if Amit Kumar (son of Kishore Kumar) had sung it. Nevertheless, a good ditty worth listening to. But the Remix Version of this song is not so striking since it comes across as trying a bit too hard.

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Rahul Zinta, Sep 25, 2013
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Hitesh Narayan, Aug 13, 2013
4.5 / 5
Aishwarya Nigam and Mamta Sharma are the best for Item Songs - The last song was Munni Badnam in Dabangg - which was again by Lalit Pandit - We are waiting for the songs of Besharam to go Air.

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Watch the theatrical trailer of 'Besharam', starring Ranbir Kapoor along with Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh. Ranbir plays the character of a street smart guy who is charming and lives life to the fullest.

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