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Bang Bang (2014)

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A young bank receptionist gets mixed up with Rajveer Nanda, a man who has a mysterious background.


Siddharth Anand


Sujoy Ghosh (screenplay), Suresh Nair (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
3 wins & 12 nominations. See more awards »





Credited cast:
Hrithik Roshan ... Rajveer Nanda
Katrina Kaif ... Harleen Sahani
Pavan Malhotra ... Zorawar Kalwa (as Pavan Raj Malhotra)
Danny Denzongpa ... Omar Zafar
Javed Jaffrey ... Hamid Gul (as Jaaved Jaaferi)
Jimmy Sheirgill ... Colonel Viren Nanda (as Jimmy Shergill)
Vikram Gokhale ... ISS Chief Narayanan
Kanwaljit Singh ... Rajveer's Father
Deepti Naval ... Rajveer's Mother
Kamlesh Gill ... Dadi, Harleen's grandmother
Parthaa Akerkar ... Robert (as Parth Akerkar)
Pratik Dixit Pratik Dixit ... Karan Saxena
Pradeep Kabra ... Big Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arsha Aghdasi ... Goon (bad man)
Frank M. Ahearn Frank M. Ahearn ... Bok Choy


A chance encounter of the unassuming bank receptionist Harleen Sahni with the charming yet mysterious Rajveer Nanda, results in an on-rush of ditched planes, car chases, shoot-outs, bombing raids and general global mayhem. But as the transcontinental chase ensues with Rajveer convincing Harleen that he's the good guy, can she really trust him, and will trust matter when the bullets start flying? Written by Production

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Did You Know?


In Phuket, Hrithik Roshan performed a stunt where he had to use a water jetpack called a Flyboard and go 45 feet high in the sky and then dive down in the water. It was for the first time that something like this was used in Bollywood or Hollywood and Hrithik became the first actor to do a flyboarding stunt in a film. See more »


After Rajveer is beaten up badly by Omar, his leg is brutally hit by a rod yet he wakes up and runs like nothing happened. See more »


Referenced in The Kapil Sharma Show: Jackie Chan in Kapil's Show (2017) See more »


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Bang Bang Boom
3 October 2014 | by ashishgautam87See all my reviews

Until now I believed God has given me enough IQ to understand a movie plot, but this movie proved me wrong. From the start itself when a military officer goes for extradition (not intelligence officer) of a most wanted convict (and tells him that instead of bilateral extradition treaty India has negotiated an extradition treaty with all nations now! Wow, that kind of achievement would be hard even for US),you start to gear up yourself for what is going to follow next.After a non-effective clichéd patriotic dialogue we are made to believe that the whole building is taken over by a group of militants and they(militants) find time to change clothes to sherwani before taking our most wanted militant.This is just the start of a to be 'thrill ride' where you would find yourself bamboozled by a lot of questions. For instance our hero starts driving on a Shimla road but later he is found traversing Delhi's narrow gullies.And, after a while they are in Manali, which by the way we are told is Shimla again. Our hero who is a champion swimmer starts swimming from an unknown island most probably in India and finds himself in Prague after sometime and that too when Interpol is after him. In one of the chase scenes our hero hurts his legs (nd probably breaks it) just to find himself showing his dance moves just the same day. And yes our pretty lady lives in Shimla ,works as a receptionist but lives in a house akin to GM's and believe it or not she has to rely on blind date site to get a date.Also it snows heavily in Dehradun in fact it is snow covered as we are told.It makes you wonder what motivates these stars to agree to do these non-sense movies.

The movie is not all bad. Hritik and Katrina look good,though have no chemistry whatsoever.Even the (unnecessary) kiss could not make their chemistry any good.Hritik has his charms and tries very hard to carry the movie on his shoulders, but the script fails him umpteen number of times.Background music and to some extent cinematography (especially Prague,Greece) are also good. Action is one of the best you would see in a Bollywood movie,but it happens so vaguely you hardly understand why is it happening. The music disappointed me apart from 'Tu meri' song.Overall a passable movie which you can easily do without watching. In fact I wouldn't have strongly recommended the original mediocre 'Knight and Day' leave alone a caricatured copy if it.

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Hindi | English

Release Date:

2 October 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Missão Índia See more »

Filming Locations:

Phuket, Thailand See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$1,278,690, 5 October 2014

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2.35 : 1
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