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The Big Bull Review: The Junior Bachchan Starrer Is a muddled blend of dullness and melodrama

Movie – The Big Bull 

Director – Kookie Gulati 

Star cast – Abhishek Bachchan, Ileana D’Cruz, Sohum Shah, Saurabh Shukla, Sameer Soni and Ram Kapoor

Producer – Ajay Devgn, Anand Pandit, Kumar Mangat Pathak 

Production House – Ajay Devgn FFilms and Anand Pandit Motion Pictures

Story – Kookie Gulati, Arjun Dhawan 

Dialogues – Ritesh Shah

Screenplay – Kookie Gulati and Arjun Dhawan

Ratings – 3.0 

Plot 

The story deals with the same old story of Harshad Mehta who is seen manipulating the loophole in the archaic banking system. Here is a man called Hemant Shah who is a small time stockbroker who is seen manipulating the loopholes found in the system till he is exposed by a journalist in Bombay city. 

Review 

The film is a true story that captures the entire conscience of the world. It is regarded as the bestseller story when it came out in the form of a successful web series, while it is directed by Kookie Gulati who has given a perfect filmmaking for the big screen audience. Now, talking about the performances, Junior has given a decent performance despite not having much depth and detailing. 

However, his chemistry with Nikita Dutta wasn’t that impressive either, as many of their songs shot together has hampered the pace a bit further. A majority of the dialogues and scenes fail to have the power that can change the world. Now, talking about the other aspects like music, screenplay, photography and technical things, all went smooth and it did not carry any impressive result out there. 

The Last Word 

Looking at the overall story, the film happens to be a decent effort to tell the dramatic tale of the country’s biggest financial scams that are showcased by a man. However, it has too many loopholes to fill, which somewhere hampered the film in a big way. 

Mohd Ziyaullah Khan

Is a Mechanical Engineer by education but a writer by passion and hobby. He has been into the field of Content Writing and Marketing since a decade and loves to write on a wide range of genres. The entertainment genre remains his favorite as he has developed an expertise in writing about B Town and its celebrities.
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