Akshay Kumar’s Movie BABY Critics Review: Tribute to Unsung Heroes

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Baby Movie Critics Review


Akshay Kumar starrer latest movie Baby is going to release this coming Friday with all lots of excitement and public craze on 23rd January 2015. Last year has seen a lot of good releases, some quality cinema and smashing performances by our Bollywood celebrities, Baby movie is also being expected to join the same list by our critics as well as audience. Coming to critics review f this film, from the trailer point of view, it may seem like a stereotypical Khiladi Kumar flick with non suitable songs, some stunts and actions with fighting sequences and a handful of humor character thrown in somewhere. But thankfully, none of it is really true in this case. Critics have given quite nice and favorable reviews to Baby due to its strong story and script.

Much of the critics have given full marks to the film for doing a superlative job making out such a good content. His last film Holiday was brilliant too, and Baby takes it up several notches higher. This film is crisp, engaging and racy with lots of action and seriousness along. Never does the film lag in pace or substance. A lot of Bollywood films have been made on terrorism, smuggling and anti social elements previously, most of which sank without a trace. But with fame of Holiday, Akshay takes a completely different approach with Baby.

Talking about the music and characters of the films, then critics are all satisfied with the star casts. Akshay, Rana Daggubati, Anupam Kher, Danny Denzongpa Taapsee Pannu, Mikaal Zulfiqar and Madhurima Tuli all are looking suitable to their roles. Plus music of film is also very catchy and nice. That is the reason most of the critics have rated the film 4 out of 5 stars which clearly shows that not only audience but critics are also in support of Baby.

Very few analysts or critics have given somewhat mixed reviews for Baby else everyone else is in favor of the film due to its strong entertainment quotient and high public craze.