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Baaraat Company Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, July 28, 2017 • Hindi ]
Baaraat Company Review
Viacom18 Motion Pictures, New Age Cinemas
Ranveer Kumar, Sandeepa Dhar, Anurita Jha, Vishal Karwal, Rajender Sethi, Anil Rastogi, Jai Hind, Saurab Kumar, Abhimanue Arun, Manish Nawani, Rohit Bhatnagar
Syed Ahmad Afzal
Archana Chandra


Director Anees Bazmi has directed many comedies right since the 90's era. In recent times his movies have marked huge success at the box office. These movies are loved even on the T.V, thus every film of his manages to gain good amount of excitement.

'Mubarakan', also has Anil Kapoor in his film along with double dosage of Arjun Kapoor. The expectations are sky high and judging by the trailer of the film. It looks like the expectations might get fulfilled.


'Baaraat Company' is a story of Imu (Ranveer Kumar), who along with his grandfather and friends run a company which takes all the odd jobs related to marriages. Along, with these works Imu and his friends also provide protection to the marriage so that bride or the bridegroom does not elope with their lover. One day Imu tries to block the eloping plans of Yasmeen (Anurita Jha) by beating her lover Aakash. In this process Imu meets Yasmeen's best friend Mehak (Sandeepa Dhar) and has a change of heart. Next day Imu and his friends gets Yasmeen marry Aakash and later hides them in his farmhouse. This act gets Imu close to Mehak and Imu’s whole world gets changed.

The 'Glitz' Factor

The basic story idea is good and interesting. There are some sweet romantic moments between Ranveer and Sandeepa which ends up being the best scenes from the film. The dialogues at times are heartfelt and seems perfect for a romantic film. 'Belagaam' and 'Pyar Mein' are fine but nothing worth remembering.

Sandeepa Dhar looks beautiful and does her part with total grace. Anurita Jha, Vishal Karwal, Anil Rastogi and Rajender Sethi lends good support.

The 'Non-Glitz' Factor

The screenplay is super lethargic and takes its sweet time. Most of the scenes are stretched without any reason due to which the impact gets diluted. The narrative is super slow and there is minimal happening in the screenplay. The comedy at places is forced and unwanted.

The music is average. The background music fails to gel with the flow of the film.

Director Sayed Ahmed Afzal comes up with an interesting tale but fails to execute it in right manner. The impact gets wasted due to super slow narrative and weak screenplay. There should have been more substance in the film. Ranveer Kumar lacks the heroism and his expressions are monotonous.

Final 'Glitz'

'Baaraat Company' is more like a divorce case rather than a celebration.

Rating: 1 / 5.0

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