‘Baazaa₹’- Indian crime drama. Mumbai - the city of dreams. Brutal, fast, enormous. A city that pushes you. In or out. There’s no in-between.
Fri 26 Oct 2018|
|Running time:||137 (2h17’)|
Bada aadmi bann ne ke liye, line cross karni padti hai.
Rizwan Ahmed is tired of playing the small game. He dreams of being the King of Mumbai. Fighting his own doubts, Rizwan takes the leap and moves to Mumbai where he finds himself one step closer to his idol, Shakun Kothari. Shakun Kothari is the King of the Stock Market. Starting out as an angadia in Surat he is now counted in the 0,01% of the country’s elite businessmen.
Rizwan is the street-smart, small town boy with deep ambition. He wants to make it big desperately. Shakun is the cold shark of the business world—he wants everything. Both their worlds will collide, and this collision will create waves across the city, across trading floors and across political circles. Caught in this whirlwind will be Mandira Kothari, Shakun’s wife, a philanthropist, the daughter of his mentor and mother to his two daughters; Priya Rai - a headstrong and ambitious stock market trader, fighting her own demons, and Rizwan’s colleague and love interest; Sandeep Doshi - high rolling businessman, Shakun’s old friend and current enemy; and Rana Dasgupta - sharp and alert, SEBI Chief, hot on the tracks of Shakun Kothar.
||Crime, Drama, Thriller
||Radhika Apte, Saif Ali Khan, Chitrangda Singh, Manish Chaudhary, Rohan Vinod Mehra, Mukesh Hariawala, Denzil Smith, Danish Husain, Sai Gundewar, Sonia Balani, Mayur Bansiwal, Ishrat Khan, Pawan Chopra, Ashish Gole
||Gauravv K. Chawla
||John Stewart Eduri |
||Monisha Advani, Nikkhil Advani, Ajay Kapoor, Ishan Saksena, Sunil Shah, Dheeraj Wadhawan|
Starring Saif Ali Khan, Chitrangada Singh and Radhika Apte, ‘Baazaar’ has a plot revolving around stock-trading, and about making it in the big bad world of Mumbai.
Mumbai - the city of dreams. Brutal, fast, enormous. A city that pushes you. In or out. There’s no in-between. “Main maths pehle karta hun, baat baad mein...” - Shakun Kothari