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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie Review: Bollywood spoiling nostalgia of 90's, one movie at a time.

Modified On: 14 April 2024 | Reviewed By:

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie Review: ⭐⭐ | BMCM - translated as Big Mister, Small Mister is a miser in entertainment than being mister. BMCM - Bada Movie,same Common Masala.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (2024)

Director: Ali Abbas Zafar | Music Director: Vishal Mishra

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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie Review: 

As a 90's kid Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is nostalgic part of our lives and these makers have ambushed it. 

Ali Abbas Zafar’s film stars Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Sonakshi Sinha (She is zoned off throughout the movie), Manushi Chhillar, Prithviraj Sukumaran (is wearing mask till the interval) and Alaya F. I guess Sonakshi and Prithviraj had got payment for frankly doing half the work.

The movie does not give time to think and that's why it is even watchable once. Entire film set feels imitative and immature, makers imagine Sesna planes (trainee aircrafts) in Longewala base and claim Isle of Man as a part of UK but in reality it isn't and so many such flaws which are eyesore.

With concepts such as AI, cloning, Iron dome and metahumans, film could have been a real Hollywood sci-fi type but somehow becomes average Indian masala and the masala is also aadha paka hua which makes viewers full pakau.

Ali Abbas Zafar had some charm with films like Mere brother ki Dulhan,Gunday,Sulatan,Tiger Zinda Hai and Bharat but this movie feels lukewarm. It's everthing we have seen and beared and got bored with.

In a scene an Indian officer goes to China and meets a guy called "Chang" (what else could the name be, what did you think Xiaomi), Chang speaks not just Hindi but even Urdu with so much of nazakhat that you will feel ashamed of yourself. He says "har ek naya dushman,purana dost hota hai" , that hits hard because har ek nayi wahiyat film purane film ke song ya title se copy ki hai. :P 


The villain is an Indian scientist/researcher who turned rogue. In 'Pathan,' it was a RAW agent turned rogue. In 'Main Hoon Na,' it was an Indian soldier gone rogue.

Similar pattern is seen in other terror based movies too. If the villain isn't an Indian, it'll be some group based in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, but not Pakistan. And worse, ISI agents will actually be helping the RAW agents in neutralizing them.

Produced at 350 Cr, I think the makers could have at least written better but instead they choose butter heroes and thought people would smoothly gulp it down but seems like audience is throwing up after this indigestible action overload. 

VFX and effects are by DNEG and shockingly they are good and does not look fake.

There is also a Sequel on cards as well. I think a filmmaker should really make a movie where the plot is that India is attacked by all these shitty films and the heroes there are waging a war on villainous filmmakers who make such bad movies. 

Agar popcorn ki tarah uchal uchal ke yeh movie nahi dekhni toh wait till it drops on Netflix, till then watch the old BMCM and enjoy some Govinda's comedy and dance offcourse with Vada pav (not from that overhyped vadapav girl from Delhi though).

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