Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Review: Akshay & Tiger Starrer is a Frantically Good Action-Thriller

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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Review: Akshay & Tiger Starrer is a Frantically Good Action-Thriller

Date Created: 2024-04-11 12:30

Editor's Rating:
3.5

In the adrenaline-fuelled world of secret operations and approaching doom, where bullets fly and allegiances alter, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan comes out as a rollercoaster of thrills, clever banter, and gravity-defying feats.

   

India is on the verge of calamity, with a tech-savvy villain threatening to unleash an AI-powered Armageddon. Captain Rakesh (Akshay Kumar) and Captain Firoz (Tiger Shroff), our unabashedly patriotic heroes, must stop this menace. Their purpose was to preserve the nation from extinction.

Akshay and Tiger are electrifying on screen, their friendship a beautiful blend of wit and muscle. The age-old banter—Tiger teasing Akshay about Gen-Z trends, Akshay ridiculing Tiger’s acting abilities—adds flavor to the action-packed story.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Review: Akshay & Tiger Starrer is a Frantically Good Action-Thriller

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Unlike other testosterone-fuelled films, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan does not underplay its main ladies. Manushi Chhillar as Captain Misha delivers devastating punches, while Alaya F as the geeky Dr. Pam adds humor. These women are more than just visual candy; they’re important to the plot.

Prithviraj Sukumaran, the tech-savvy villain, exudes danger. His grudge against India heightens the tension, and his portrayal deepens the struggle.

Ali Abbas Zafar directs a hectic first half that combines action, comedy, and suspense. The fists land, the chemistry erupts, and the stakes rise. While the writing occasionally falls into clichés, the film’s frantic pace compensates.

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