BbuddahHoga Terra Baap: A Bollywood Action Comedy Starring Amitabh Bachchan
BbuddahHoga Terra Baap is a 2011 Hindi-language film directed by Puri Jagannadh and starring Amitabh Bachchan as Viju, a cool and confident aging hitman who returns to Mumbai after living in exile in Paris. He is hired by an underworld don, Kabir (Prakash Raj), to kill ACP Karan Malhotra (Sonu Sood), who is cracking down on the crime syndicate. However, Viju's life takes a turn when he meets his old flame Kamini (Raveena Tandon) and his estranged wife Sita (Hema Malini), who reveal that Karan is his son.
The film is a tribute to Bachchan's iconic roles in the 1970s and 1980s, and features references to his famous dialogues, songs and scenes. The film also has cameo appearances by other Bollywood stars such as Sonal Chauhan, Charmy Kaur, Makrand Deshpande and Shawar Ali. The film's title is derived from Bachchan's popular catchphrase \"Bbuddah...hoga terra baap\" (Old man...he'll be your father), which he used in several films.
BbuddahHoga Terra Baap was released on 1 July 2011 and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. The film was praised for its action sequences, comedy, music and Bachchan's performance. The film was also a commercial success, earning â39 crore at the box office. The film was nominated for several awards, including Best Actor for Bachchan at the Filmfare Awards.
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Some interesting trivia about BbuddahHoga Terra Baap are:
The working title of the film was Bbuddah, and Ho ga Tera baap was the tagline. Whilst in production it was agreed Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap would be a more suitable name.
The film was shot in 50 days, which is a record for a Bollywood film. Bachchan completed his portions in 35 days.
The film's music was composed by Vishal-Shekhar, who also sang the title track along with Bachchan. The soundtrack features six songs, including a remix of Bachchan's classic song \"Go Meera Go\" from the 1980 film Bemisal.
The film's climax scene was inspired by the 1989 Hollywood film Lethal Weapon 2, where Mel Gibson's character shoots a villain through a glass window.
The film's poster was designed by Shellee, who is also a lyricist and has written songs for films like Dev.D and Udaan.
BbuddahHoga Terra Baap received mixed to positive reviews from critics, who mostly praised Bachchan's performance and the film's entertainment value. The Times of India gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and called it an \"entertaining one-man-show\" by Bachchan. The reviewer wrote, \"Like a one-man colossus, he towers over the screen and still manages to give you one of the finest re-mix rap numbers of all his earlier hits (Go Meera Go) and a thrilling shoot-out that has you clapping in the end.\"
However, some critics also pointed out the flaws in the film's script, direction and supporting cast. Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and wrote, \"What [Amitabh] Bachchan needs is a real, grown-up film, not a stand-up, send-up act.\" She added, \"The rest of the cast is either wasted or plain awful.\" Rotten Tomatoes gave the film a rating of 51% based on 100+ ratings.
Koimoi.com gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and wrote, \"On the whole, Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap is not entertaining enough to hold sway over the audiences in the cinema halls. A medium-budgeted film, it has covered a sizeable part of its cost from sale of satellite rights but its theatrical business will be below expectations.\" a474f39169