As per the first glance, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is a decent old comic crime thriller with supplementary plot with many twists than the sudden curves of rolling on a hill road. Look snugger though, and you will see the causal tragedy in the tale of the character "Babu Bihari", or you can say a hitman who attains a charge and gets played even as he thinks he applies all the tacties.
Babu roleplay by Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a marksman for hire in the rural area of Uttar Pradesh, a man with superb humor and probable skills have earned him a celebrity status of sorts in the criminal underworld. He is a close associate of the politician Jiji roleplay by Divya Dutta, but alterations sides when he gets a high-paying contract from a different party. While out on the job, Babu’s mission is replaced by Banke roleplay by Jatin Goswami, a young guy who has been assigned the same contract for the same reasons.
Banke is yet to secure a reputation for himself in the area, but he is moreover enthusiast and has apparent potential. His work is handled and accomplished by his girlfriend, an wishful actress called Yasmin (Shraddha Das). Also in the picture are another hampered politician, Dubey roleplay by Anil George, and Babu’s impassioned lover Phulwa roleplay by Bidita Bag, a professional cordwainer with whom he shares a home.
As it occurs, Banke is Babu’s big fan. So, they come together and play a game of who kills the target first, and the flow of a movie streams…
In the end though, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is about the inanity of much violence and the emphasize cycle of bloodshed that is triggered off by those who take the law into their hands and offshore violence endlessly.
All n all, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz is an extremely sanguinary film, though most of the scuffles takes place off screen. It could have been better, of course, Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays an immense role which is quite similar to Faizal's in Gangs of Wasseypur, Ultimately whole and sole timing and beauty of dialogues by Nawaz is very much appreciable.