Bobby Jasoos (2014) Review: It is a Bollywood romantic comedy-drama movie directed by Samar Shaikh. It is produced by Dia Mirza. Starring Vidya Balan in the lead role.
We always expect something off beat / unexpected from Vidya. Her movie is always awaited for suspense. Well, ‘Bobby Jasoos” makes a good try to impress the mass. Vidya, unusual than in ‘Kahani’ is not the suspense holder here, but she is the one who holds the key to door of suspense. Bobby jasoos is the movie which could produce caterpillar of curiosity in you.
CAST AND CREW
- Starring Vidya Balan and Ali Fazal
- Directed by Samar Shaikh
- Produced by Dia Mirza
- Music by Shantanu Moitra
- Language Hindi
Bobby Jasoos (2014) Review
Bobby is a 30 years old, carefree girl. Yes, a ‘girl’ because she is yet to marry. She holds an ambition to be a well known detective of her locality. But she has to struggle a lot to get the title of ‘Shatir Jasoos’, a big and intelligent detective. When Bobby (vidya) meets Anees Khan (Kiran Kumar), he becomes her key to success.
As it is said that “Destination doesn’t matter, Journey does”, one should watch the movie to enjoy Bobby’s mission to find various suspects. Movie is also a wonderful display of Father – Daughter relationship.
CAST & CREW
Vidya Balan – plays the lead ‘Bobby Jasoos’ and gives very fair justice to the character. She keeps the character energetic all the way and hold your spirits high. A hopeful central character of the movie.
Kiran Kumar – plays the role of Anees Khan, the suspicious character who pulls the story ahead with perfect expressions all the time.
All other characters like of Ali Fazal, Supriya Pathak, Arjan Bajwa, Rajendra Gupta and Prasad Barve supported well to the protagonist.
Camera played a good role to enhance the character of Bobby. Sound made the movie a light weight suspense movie with comedy than a heavy dozed dark toned suspense thriller.
If you want to get rid to the major trauma ‘Humshakals’, do watch this one. You will surely enjoy this flick once: 2.5 out of 5. 1 specially for Vidya, 1 for the story and ½ for the suspence-comedy combo.
MOVIESDROP RATING: 2.5/5