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Baby (2015)

Not Rated | | Action, Thriller | 23 January 2015 (India)
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An elite counter-intelligence unit learns of a plot, masterminded by a maniacal madman. With the clock ticking, it's up to them to track the terrorists' international tentacles and prevent them from striking at the heart of India.

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Credited cast:
... Ajay
... Feroze Khan
... Jai Singh Rathore
... Priya
... Shukla
... Bilal Khan
Sushant Singh ... Wasim Khan
... Anjali
... Ashfaq
Hasan Noman ... Hani Mohammed
... Maulana Mohammed Rahman
Kerem Sarikaya ... Torturer
... ATC Officer
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Karan Aanand ... Jamal
Kiran Anand ... Jamal
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The country is perpetually under threat from terrorist powers and the common man walks unaware of the threats and the attacks that our Government controls and prevents. While the common Indian fights for everyday issues, there are deeper and bigger threats to him and his family that he will never know exist because it is the men and women in uniform that safeguard them. The men and women who put country before self, the men and women who define our history because they give a damn! Ajay (played by Akshay Kumar) is one such officer who is part of an elite team chosen from amongst the best in the Forces to form a covert Counter Intelligence Unit. In the course of foiling one terrorist attack bid, Ajay discovers a major threat to our nation - a plan to cause damage and strike fear at the heart of our very existence. The plot is masterminded by a maniacal leader whose organization has its tentacles spread across the world. As days progress, the unit goes through escalating challenges with...

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History Is Made By Those Who Give A Damn!

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The film was banned in Pakistan. The Pakistani media reported that the film had been banned "because it portrays a negative image of Muslims, and the negative characters in the film also have Muslim names". See more »

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During the raid at DLF Promenade Mall, a man captured by Akshay Kumar says that there is a "grey" van on level "B3" , but Special Forces look for terrorists on level B1 . See more »

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Ajay Singh Rathore: In religion column, we write INDIAN in bold letters.
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Written by: Manoj Muntashir
Produced by: Meet Bros and Anjjan Bhattacharya
Performed by: Meet Bros, Anjjan Bhattacharya, Apeksha Dandekar and Earl Edgar
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A thriller that India will always be proud of !
23 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

Though I don't categorize movies on the basis of their region or country, I had mentioned this title regarding India being proud of this movie. This is because I have heard people yelling in social media and in public about the low standards of Indian movies specially thrillers which either lack thrill or are copied from Hollywood. I agree to them o most occasions but this one. And I would strongly recommend people who complain about the lack of good movies in Bollywood to go and watch it. Or else stop complaining these craps.

Coming on to the movie, it describes the biggest agenda world is facing right now, i.e, Terrorism, in best way it could. The story comprises of many small incidents which are bound together so slickly that we feel the smooth flow of script. We are lost in the hustle going on in front of us and are keen to know what is coming next. First half makes the plot for the movie and the second half unleashes the execution. Each and every scenes complements its predecessor and we are biting our nails without even noticing it. Last hour is full of thrilling actions and grueling proceedings.

Talking about the acting , I must say Akshay Kumar has delivered a role of his life very convincingly. He lives his character and puts that extra amount of thrill via his superb action. Danny plays his role quite brilliantly. Anupam, Tapsee, Kay Kay and other supporting casts act life to their characters and make this movie a combo of power packed performances.

Director Neeraj Pandey has already made a Wednesday and Sp 26 in past and thats why there was a very little scope for improvement for him. But I would be lying if i don't say that this is a notch higher that his earlier masterpieces. Editing is quite crisp. Screenplay is the soul of this movie while BM is equally engaging. Cinematography is grand and deserve applause. Dialogues are apt and support the movie a lot. Music is average and rightly so. Choreography is nil while action is breathtaking.

It has a few flaws here and there in a few scenes but those are hardly noticed due to the fast paced drama and screenplay.

Overall, a standing ovation for Neeraj and Akshay to give us Indians a movie to feel proud of. It can easily go into books as one of the best Hindi movies.A movie of Hollywood standard and execution. And who knows Akshay might get a shot at his dream of wining a National Award. I won't be surprised if he gets one along with Neeraj Pandey. It also has a potential to be India's official Oscar entry next year.

I have rated this movie comparing it to other Indian movies...otherwise I would universally give it a 9 or 9.5.


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