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B.A. Pass (2012)

Unrated | | Crime, Drama | 2 August 2013 (India)
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A young boy is seduced by a woman who later turns him into a gigolo (male prostitute).

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Credited cast:
... Mukesh
... Sarika
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dibyendu Bhattacharya ... Johnny
Shikha Joshi
Vijay Kaushik ... Phupha ji
Padam Mishra
... Mrs. Suhasini
... Chotti
Happy Ranjit ... Phd
Amit Sharma ... Amit
Geeta Agrawal Sharma ... Bua Ji (as Geeta Aggarwal Sharma)
... Khanna
Raveena Singh ... Sonu
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After losing his parents in a car accident, Mukesh stays at his Aunt's house in Delhi. Enrolled in a good for nothing course in college he finds peace by playing chess at the local cemetery, the rest of the times he worries over ways to make a living and taking care of his sisters. 'B.A.Pass' is a story looking at the fatal promise of a new life. When Mukesh meets Sarika 'auntie' at a kitty party, little does he know of the city and it's ways and means to survive. Sarika seduces Mukesh, shy and inexperienced he falls for her. What follows is a twist of destiny, a kind of story that appears in the tabloids as 'heinous acts of crime' Written by Anonymous

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The sexy auntie & A Graduate in an erotic drama!
2 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

The film is chopped, crisped, short and feasible. This one is an erotic tale (will not leave you high and dry, no matter even if your 'hunger' is sated on the grandiose stage). Its sexually charging A-rated flick and hence we'll be digging into this with the same mood in the review.

B.A Pass has its moments of the harsh truth and reality that's still subliminal in India's 'culture' and ethically followed under the four walls of a closed room. Though in order to tackle a personal pseudo- fiction or psyche-trauma and similarly revealing the social scale 'dhanda' (business) of prostitution, it made too much altogether to cover up in the runtime of 95 minutes. The 'camel of the desert' (director) tried to do justice to everything he wanted to show or unravel but then it was so much so, that despite of the débutant director's honest and struggling effort..things were left untold, mummed, and eloquent (negatively) due to its not at all good editing, lacking story and the runtime it had. The messages that the director or writer wanted to showcase were outstanding and deserve a flawless 10/10 but the movie is not judged upon the ideas, it depends on the execution of those ideas on paper and then on the screen..and that's where it lacks partially.

Its based on a short story 'Railway Aunty' and has been adopted nicely by Ritesh Shah (story and screenplay) but lacks to transform it into a larger picture. The film tells about how easy it is to get laid in New Delhi (kidding..a Lil' bit)..it tells about the vicious circle of eroticism and prostitution that's easy to get into because of its luring attractions and ease of income but hard to get out due to its worse than a nightmare consequences. (remember the piece of cheese in the rat-trap?!). It explains the need of the money and utilitarian approach of attaining the most of it by a consumerist society, deals with morality, emotions and the true colors of life in a realistic fashion. It also reveals the truth about the ongoing and prosperous rackets in even the urban (highly accessible law & order) cities of the 'modern' India (pun intended). Then it even deals with the sexual frustrations after marriage, helpless individuals seeking 'social services' in form of prostitutes or gigolos, how the innocent lives are ruined due to this NEVER GONNA END vulgarity, and also it traps that how your life reacts onto the choices that you make.

Direction is good and honest. Screenplay and story should have been worked upon. Editing disappointed me due to its lack of power to let the viewers shove their heads in the theme of the movie or to feel its continuity. The cinematography was brilliant and justified the script with its dark look. The camera work was nice and again justifying and locations were raw (as required). There is no song in the movie (I think) but the theme during the climax is haunting and gets you going along with the situation. The performances are great and the lady (Shilpa Shukla) deserves a standing ovation for her magnificent portrayal and marvelous acting, the way she carried her role..with so much ease, it made me a fan of her work, and well not to forget her physique in the movie. She looked smoking hot all the while with her colorful bras, dark lipstick and natural yet flamboyant moaning.

I'd rate this lot to be told but less delivered cult erotica as 7.5/10.


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