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When the teaser of Boss released, it reminded you another Akshay Kumar flick Khiladi 786 that was overtly and unanimously deemed moronic. However, the trailer comes across a remarkably better than what was expected of it. Akshay Kumar revisits the screens after Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai D obaara!, and that itself is such a respite. He is so brilliant in the roles that are closer to his niche and Boss essays exactly the same.

 Maintaining a Haryanvi twang all through, as expected there is baffling and brutal action right at the outset. Hinting at regressive humors too, in places, overall it is quite an impressionable trailer that surely fits in amongst the likes of his previous films like Rowdy Rathore. Expect ground breaking, gravity defying action that would even put Superman to shame, but nevertheless, Indian audiences quite love the taste of such films.

Akshay Kumar in Boss Movie Stills
Akshay Kumar in Boss Movie Stills

Perhaps one of the main reasons, why Boss has managed to rank itself above its predecessors is because of Ronit Roy. The actor with his robust demeanor man ages to add a dash of novelty to the film. Looking similar to his despotic, authoritative self from Vikramaditya Motwane’s Udaan, this time too he is a commercialized variation of the same.

The film’s supporting cast looks great. Danny Denzongpa is back on screens after a long spell, and Mithun Chakraborty too renders thickness to the plot.

Most awe-striking in the trailer was Aditi Rao Hydari who looks ravishing in a bikini. It was quite a surprise to realize that she hasn’t been placed romantically opposite Akshay, but rather paired with Shiv Pandit who plays Akshay’s brother in the film. Adding a sprinkle off sizzling charisma, Aditi’s presence is definitely soothing to the eyes.

Director Anthony D’Souza has managed to dish out a sleek trailer with neat thundering action that works to the advantage of the film. It is energetic and abundant in arresting action, and Akshay Kumar’s star value is a mere additional forte for the film! I am surely gonna keep calm and wait for the Boss, will you?

Check out the trailer and tell us your opinion!

24 COMMENTS

  1. Boss is actually a remake of the malayalam movie ‘Pokkiri Raja’. While PR was multistarrer film with Superstar Mammootty & Prithviraj, Boss missed out that opportunity. They could also have made it a multi starrer by giving Shiv Pandit’s role to someone who has more star value. Otherwise, they could have changed the cast.
    Anyway PR was a great mass film, which entertained people for its entire running time. So, i think that Boss is gonna do wonders at the box office

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