Bade Miyan Chote Miyan 2024 Review

Movie: Bade Miyan Chote Miyan
Starring: Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Alaya F, Manushi Chhillar, Sonakshi Sinha, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Ronit Bose Roy
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Genre: Action Thriller
Rating: 2/5

By Yogesh Mishra

Director Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is the Eid gift to the audience, but is it really going to impress and entertain the audience? Let’s try to know it.

The story of Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is broadly based on two dismissed Indian army soldiers, Rakesh (Tiger Shroff) and Firoz (Akshay Kumar). Kabir (Prithviraj Sukumaran) develops the new technology to generate a human clone to fight at the border. These can be multiplied and controlled by the boss sitting in the office. But the only USP of these clones is that they can’t take their own decisions and will follow only the instructions of their boss, who is sitting away from there. Kabir gives a demo of these clones to the army chief, Adil Shekhar Azad (Ronit Bose Roy), but the chief believes that soldiers can take better situational decisions than the bosses because they only know the ground reality of the moment, so he refuses to buy this technology from Kabir. Kabir loses his temper and plans to sell this technology to enemy countries like China and Pakistan. Because of this, India falls under the biggest ever threat. This is when these most capable suspended soldiers, Rakesh and Firoz, called back to save the country and named this mission Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. Do they really meet the expectations of the army chief? Does India really come out of this most dangerous attack? The climax is the real crux of the story. So, to know what happens at the end, one must watch the film.

The two top action heroes, Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff, influence the audience with their high-octane action sequences. The entire film is full of action—and only action. But despite the high-octane action scenes, does the film really entertain and influence the audience? Apart from Akshay and Tiger, Bollywood divas Manushi Chhillar, Alaya F, and Sonakshi Sinha also did their best, but even then, the poor storyline and losely written screenplay and dialogues ruined every good thing in the film.

Below are the top 10 reasons that made this film less impactful:

1.) Old Bade Miyan Chote Miyan was the biggest hit, so this franchise had much higher expectations than usual.

2.) The title of the film was known for its comedy genre, but this time it is a completely different genre and has no connection with previous hit franchise in any manner.

3.) Story and screenplay used to be the soul of any film, but unfortunately, this film’s story fails to impress the audience.

4.) Due to an easily predictable climax, the film fails to hold the attention of the audience.

5.) A few action scenes look fake and funny.

6.) Despite having a patriotic theme, it fails to connect the emotions of the countrymen at large.

7.) Underutilized best Bollywood talents

8.) Sometimes the VFX used is less effective.

9.) Very high expectations from Bollywood’s one of the most talented directors, Ali Abbas Zafar

10.) Even the music and songs are less effective.

Apart from a poor storyline, even the music of the film could not cover up the things. In comparison to the old Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, which was a musical hit as well, it is nowhere.

Overall, the film does not meet the expectations of the audience. It can be said to be an average or below-average movie, but if you are a hard-core fan of Tiger or Akshay’s action, you can watch it once.