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All Critics (7)
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Baazaar doesn't have characters - just caricatures. Every plot point of the film is an extended open-mic joke that refuses to land.
Forget any sort of playfulness. Greed is entrenched into the DNA of the filmmaking, too.
An interesting bunch of actors in an uninteresting, uninvolving film.
There are many problems with the mediocre Baazaar, but the primary issue is intent, because it appears Chawla didn't truly attempt to tell a story.
The film's only trump cards are its actors. You have to give credit to Saif Ali Khan and Radhika Apte for playing such hollow and badly written roles with such conviction.
While the thriller set against the concrete jungle of Mumbai isn't particularly memorable, its lead player Kothari has a longer shelf-life. Watch this solely for Khan.
Baazaar uses plenty of stock market jargon and showcases complex ideas like insider trading and financial manipulation with ease. It's great to see an edgy story unfold in completely new settings in a Hindi film.
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