Boss Hindi Movie Review

Boss Hindi Movie Review

Boss Hindi Movie Review
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  • Release Dt :
    Apr, 19 2024


  • Film : Boss
  • Producer : Ashwin Varde
  • Director : Anthony D'Souza
  • Star Cast : Akshay Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Aditi Rao Hydari..
  • Music Director : Meet Bros Anjjan, Chirantan Bhatt, P.A.Deepak, Yo Yo Honey Singh
Rating: 2.5/5

Akshay Kumar Boss Movie Review and Rating

If you dig for unrestrained masala movies replete with logic-less laughs, groovy tunes and Southern-styled stunts, then this entertainer is solely for you. The Hindi remake of the Malayalam superhit “Pokkiri Raja”, “Boss” is unlike any of Akshay Kumar's previous outings so far. He bolts back to no-holds-barred formula, delivering yet another runaway entertainer with panache. “Boss” is a quick flick that barely gives you a breather to think. It offers truckloads of fun and celebrates the stereotype in style. Made to entice the lovers of pure desi entertainers and woo the box-office, this is a film that is quite clear in its intent and delivers so with a bang. If you have a taste for old-school masaledaar entertainers, you will surely lap up this paisa vasool entertainer!

Other Ratings

Average Movie Rating


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The storyline is quite simple. Satyakant (Mithun Chakraborty) accidentally kills a young boy. His older son, Boss (Akshay Kumar), takes up blame on himself and is sentenced to jail. After serving his term, Boss relocates to a different city. Meanwhile, Satyakant's younger son, Shiv (Shiv Pandit), roughs up the Home Minister's son Vishal (Aakash Dabhade), who has been troubling Ankita (Aditi Rao Hydari), the sister of a cop (Ronit Roy)]. From there, all hell breaks loose.

Analysis :


Director Anthony D'Souza take the plot of “Pokkiri Raja” and tweaks it accordingly to suit the nerve of the masses. The plot might not be anything new, but the screenplay is watertight, giving the movie plenty of excitement. Besides, Anthony top the movie with ingredients that constitute a well-made masala fare. The soundtrack is harmonious. Dialogue are punch-packed. Cinematography is eye-catching, with several wonderful visuals.

Performance :


Akshay Kumar plays his role to the gallery. He is the mainstay of the movie and looks and acts fresh.

Mithun Chakraborty is quite impressive and so is Danny Denzongpa. Ronit Roy does the menacing act with grand flourish. Shiv Pandit's screen presence is strong.

Aditi Rao Hydari adds nothing much to the film. Johny Lever is funny. Mukesh Tiwari, Sudesh Berry, and Shakti Kapoor appear in cameos.

Final Word:
To cut the long story short, “Boss” is a full-on masala entertainer. Makes for a paisa vasool entertainer!


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Boss Hindi Movie Review


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