A Super Cassettes India Pvt Ltd (or simply T-Series) production, under the able baton of Bhushan Kumar and Vikram Bhatt, promises yet another chartbusting melodious outing. Host of popular composers Mithoon, Yo Yo, Arko etc are sure to deliver as promised.
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The intense romantic mood continues with 'Meri Zindagi' and is sung well by Rahul Vaidya. The piano, violin drills and guitar riffs and a touch of drums in the background make for a lovely orchestra, but the tune is very heard before and one is instantly reminded of 'Meri Zindagi Hai Kya Ek Kati Patang Hai' (in mukhda).
To conclude, one feels slightly let down by the musical offering, especially because BHAAG JOHHNY is a T-Series and Vikram Bhatt production and one always expects extraordinary stuff from the audio/ music giants. Just two songs impress, 'Kinna Sona' and 'Aankhon Aankhon Ne'. The lacklustre audio will make running tough for BHAAG JOHNNY when it releases all over 25th September.
Music Review Rating Chart :-
Excellent - 4.5 & above
Very Good - 4
Good - 3.5
Average/Passable - 3
Pathetic - 2.5 & below
A distraught mother is worried that her son has not visited her in India for over three years. She visits a very important 'baba', who people wait for days together to have their name called out to meet him.
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Interesting premise and an interesting cat-and-mouse game as director Shivam Nair gets the camera rolling for a thrilling ride. He packs the pieces of the two lives well as Johnny, out to save himself from distress, manages both the lives well. There's plenty of action, thrill and drama as both lives intersperse on screen, giving one that adrenalin rush.
The entire first half is taut and thrilling. But Nair let go of his grip in the second as the film starts slipping a bit. The angle of the interpreter of the Bangkok Embassy who Johnny meets in the life he has killed his victim is out of context. There is no seamless fluidity of her character into the entire proceeding.
Also, out of the blue, Nair introduces two songs just after a thrilling chase. It slows down the proceedings and takes off the steam from the scenes. When will our directors learn that a song is not a must in films!
Kunal Khemu as Johnny the Casanova trapped in his mess is impressive. The lad is earnest in his performance and goes that extra mile to impress. Had the second half been more taut, this movie would have done wonders to his character. Another character who brings earnestness in her performance is Zoa Morani as Tanya, the one Johnny is sent to kill. The girl portrays her subdued character with the right amount of honesty, is a treat to watch on screen and has that right amount of sexiness which she displays in right doses towards the end.
Manasi Scott gets her first big break on screen as the bad girl and she does a decent job. Another aspect of this multi-talented singer revealed on screen. Having said that there was ample scope for her to inject more evil in her display as the mean boss who wants Tanya killed.
Mandana Karimi has an ill-fitting character as the interpreter whilst Mukul Dev looks like he has walked from the set of MEEERUTHIYA GANGSTERS (released last week) straight into this flick.
All in all, BHAAG JOHNNY is a good one time watch. Moreover, it is the best movie this week.