BMCM Review: Akshay & Tiger Can’t Attract Fan’s Attention, Movie Gone Big Flop Now!

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan BMCM review: Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s chemistry highlights Ali Abbas Zafar’s ‘action film with numbers’.

Are you bringing two action stars together that’s almost complete? Star power can generate an appropriate buzz to some extent, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan checks many aspects of serving up masala entertainment that is elegant and massy simultaneously.

But can it offer an enjoyable time at the cinema? It features some attractive, gorgeous locations, high-octane action, top-quality VFX, and an actor like Ali Zafar, who has directed blockbusters like Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai. What’s the point?

A Mixture Of Bollywood And Hollywood Action Movies

Returning to BMCM, the film’s screenplay looks like a collection of pieces taken from Pathaan, Jawan, War, and Marvel fi, LMS.

There’s not much in the movie that you’ve previously seen. In essence, it’s a rerun; it’s a repetition of tropes Bolod has relied on for quite a while.

Captain Z, known as Freddy (Akshay Kumar), and Captain Rakesh, also known as Rocky (Tiger Shroff), two of the top officers who have been court-martialed, are reintroduced to Indian Forces, led by Colonel Adil Shekhar Azad (Ronit Bose Roy) to protect the nation from a disguised adversary, Kabir (Prithviraj Sukumaran) and to retrieve Kabir a vital “package” aka Karan Kavach which he took.

Aided by Captain Misha (Manushi Chillar) and IT specialist Pam (Alaya F), the mission focuses on protecting the nation.

Officer Priya Dixit (Sonakshi Sinha) is also an operation component. Still, she’s the one to be saved after a sequence of events occurs.

What happens when friends turn into enemies, and the good stands against the evil is the premise of Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, which lasts over 164 minutes.

Honestly, I’ve given up looking for logic in action movies. However, not all of them are a complete waste of time! Suraj Gianani and Ali Abbas Zafar co-wrote it;

BMCM has an exciting plot line that could have been great. However, the execution goes so far that it takes a lot of work to focus on the plot.

The film is all about explosions, gunshots, cars, planes, and planes burning, and every time you see flames on screen, the actors are slo-mo in motion, waiting for us, not even to blink an eye.

The audience was also awed by the last time they witnessed some action in Pathan Jawan, Pathaan, and Tiger 3. The same happens in Bade Miyan Chote, making it an excellent film.

Imagine justification for how Akshay and Tiger, despite being injured, managed to recover and fight using the same amount of force.

We hear an officer say, ‘Yeh jiss regiment se aate hain, uska naam hai Lions, aur iss regiment ka soldier jitna zakhmi hota hai utna jyada khatarnak hota hai’. What a cleverly crafted dialogue!

In the entertainment aspect, although the action movie is full of humour sprinkled throughout and often performed in the distinctive styles of its main actors, it turns into a bland mess when you try to find some genuine enjoyment.

The screenplay, written by Ali Abbas Zafar and Aditya Basu, is relatively fast-paced and won’t allow you to breathe, think, or even blink your eyes. It’s either a good thing or a bad thing; I’ll let you decide.

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Actors Can Save The Day

But one thing BMCM is awash with glamour is that it’s three times better every moment Akshay & Tiger, and Prithviraj appear on the screen. Akshay is a pro at knowing his territory, and observing him in action is always a pleasure and an absolute pleasure for his supporters.

With a moustache and being the older part of the duo, Akshay is a good fit for his age, but watching him perform this action at 56 is awe-inspiring. As good-looking in the same way as Akshay when it comes to the action field, Tiger complements his Bade quite well.

Tiger is the coolest one, with a sense of humour and a believer in showing off, but with plenty of swagger.

Similar to how seeing Hrithik Roshan and Tiger dancing in War was the perfect dream sequence, Akshay and Tiger delivering a powerful punch with their performance in BMCM is the only thing that makes the film worth your time and money.

Prithviraj is taking over the show. Why is that? He’s fantastic as the villain, and the actor was breathtakingly hot when he did his job (a flashback sequence that explains what happened between the two friends and the reason Kabir became a rogue).

The way he delivers his dialogue using that baritone could be among the most appealing things an antagonist could boast.

Ronit Roy never disappoints, and with BMCM, the actor showcases his versatility and flexibility and proves he’s among the most trusted actors.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Worldwide Box Office Collection

On the day it premiered Bade Miyan, Chote Miyan made 16.07 million gross in India. The total collections amount to 18.96 million. The Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff starrer has made a total of 36.33 million gross (including foreign paid previews).

It remains to be determined which box office numbers will be at the weekend’s close. Bade Miyan Chote Miyan desperately requires growth to this point, or it could fall earlier than anticipated.

BMCM Box Office Day 2 Advance Booking

Based on the latest box office trends, BMCM has made advance bookings of 1.60 crores for the second day. This is down around 67% from the final collection, which was 4.85 million on the day of opening.

The morning occupancy was also just 6-8%. This weekend will improve the situation and boost numbers for this action-packed thriller.

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