Film: Bad Boy
Starring: Namashi Chakraborthy, Amrin Qureshi, Rajesh Sharma, Saswata Chatterjee, Johny Lever, Rajpal Yadav
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
By Yogesh Mishra
Even if the love narrative of "Bad Boy" is not particularly unique, it is presented in a unique way thanks to the great director Rajkumar Santoshi.
Raghu (Namashi Chakraborthy), who comes from a lower class family and having family business of purchasing and selling trash, is the focus of the narrative. He falls in love with Rituparna Banerjee (Amrin Qureshi) the moment he sees her picture. Mr. Banerjee (Saswata Chatterjee), her father, holds a senior position in the quality inspection division and is intolerant of the competent work carried out by government employees. Raghu follows Rituparna despite being aware that she graduated first in her class. Their differences extended beyond just their levels of education to include their family's standard of living as well as their level of financial security. Even Rituparna begins to love him after a few turns and turns. Are they able to find their love? Does Rituparna's dad approve of their union? To know the answer of these questions, one must watch the film.
Debutant Namashi Chakraborthy did his utmost to captivate the audience with his acting prowess, and he largely succeeded in doing so. On the other hand, the attractive appearance of actress Amrin Qureshi highlights the beauty of the role she is portraying. She is ideally suited for this character, and I can affirm that Rajkumar Santoshi's choice of these young debutantes was the right one. Other artists, such as Rajesh Sharma, Johny Lever, Rajpal Yadav, Saswata Chatterjee, etc., have also defended their roles in the movie in addition to the lead actors.
Another quality of the movie, outside the plot, is Himesh Reshammiya's music. Although songs are quite good and impressive, there is always room for improvement.
Overall, this is a superb love story that young people shouldn't miss. Why then wait? Visit the theatre that is most nearby to see it.