Directed By: Bumpy
Produced By: Ashish Patil
Cast: Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi, Rhea Chakraborty
Duration: 2 hours
The makers of ‘Bank Chor‘ promoted their movie in the most unique manner where they literally spared no chances of taking a dig at themselves too. Standing true to its title, the movie has stolen many movie posters, trailers until now, but what about the main motive of the ‘Bank Chors’, of robbing the bank? Will they succeed in it? Let’s find out in the movie review here.
The story is about three men Champak (Riteish Deshmukh), Gulab (Bhuvan Arora) and Genda (Vikram Thapa) who decided to rob a bank and visit a bank for the same. But, their plan goes haywire when the cops and CBI discover about their plan. That’s when the dashing police officer, Amjad Khan (Vivek Oberoi) enters the frame. Well, in recent times, none of the heroes has had such a good entry. Amjad feels that there is a big scam behind this robbery case, but in reality, the three robbers are dumb-headed people and further we are not giving away any spoilers.
Director Bumpy and Baljeet Singh Marwah have written the story with good amount of twists and turns. The climax is a surprised you just wouldn’t have expected. Bumpy has indeed made a fabulous directorial debut with this film. The narrative and screenplay are equally good.The screentime of the movie is 120 minutes and it’s good that they didn’t stretch the movie too far. The first part did have some scenes which looked a bit boring, but in entirety the story-line is full of comic elements and surprises.
Talking about performances, Riteish Deshmukh owns the role of Champak, while Vivek Oberoi made for a hot cop and he has acted quite well. Rhea Chakraborty also displays her acting talent very well. Bhuvan Arora as Gulab and Vikram Thapa are also good in their roles. One actor who will surprise you is Sahil Vaid. So, on a wrapping note, the movie is a perfect mixture of comedy and thriller with unexpected surprises.