Actors: Ranbir Kapoor (Babli), Pallavi Sharda (Tara), Rishi Kapoor (Chulbul Chautala), Neetu Singh
Producers: Himanshu Mehra, Sanjeev Gupta
Director: Abhinav Kashyap
Banner: Reliance Entertainment, Movie Temple
Music Director: Pritam
Story / Writers: Abhinav Kashyap, Rajeev Barnwal
The style of fascinating through action comedy drama hasn’t varied a lot today if compared with earlier flicks. However, whatever is the minor difference makes a large impact in flicks. Director Abhinav Kashyap who was hailed for his blockbuster directorial debut flick ‘Dabbang’ has his own flair in presenting a masala flick, which doesn’t lack any of the important spices.
We have witnessed it in Dabangg, which despite of unexceptional situations stood to its word and gave a new genuine title to the brave heart cops. His character is funny and solemn at the same time. Carrying the same vitality Abhinav picks up Ranbir to go Besharam and he brings out the shameless guy with ease.
Through Ranbir he gives us Bubbly who is a small time car thief and spends the money earned entirely in his orphanage.
He is shameless in his acts; fears nothing and regrets less. And that is what makes him feel proud out it until he hurts her ladylove Tara (Pallavi Sharda). Realising the fact that the there is no means to do right thing in a wrong way, Bubbly decides to fix all the wrong doing in his life in right way. In a meantime a unit of cop including Chulbul Chautala (Rishi Kapoor) and Bulbul Chautala (Neetu Singh) are after him. So, how will this blatant Bubbly get rid of all this fuss? That is how the story deals further.
Besharam Story Line: Babli (Ranbir Kapoor) is a street smart car mechanic living in a Delhi orphanage. He is charming and lives life to the fullest. He also steals cars to support his orphanage. He has no sense of right or wrong till he unwittingly hurts the love of his life, Tara (Pallavi Sharda). Babli realizes that there is no right way of doing the wrong thing. Babli sets out to fix all the wrongs in his life and he continues to be shameless about it.
Besharam Movie Stars’ Performance
Ranbir has shared the screen space with his parents – Rishi and Neetu Kapoor for the first time in “Besharam”.
“I was nervous before. It’s been 30 years, and even today main apne papa se aankhen milake nahi baat kar paata (I can’t talk to him eye-to-eye). I’m quite scared of him.
“I thought how will I work with him and in this film I have said things to him like – ‘fat’, ‘dharti pe bojh’ and even abused him. My parents are so professional that when we are working together, they never make me realize that main tere baap hoon (I’m your father). They have encouraged me a lot,” he said.
Veteran actress Neetu Singh says she is proud of her actor son Ranbir’s choice of diverse roles and his good work in Bollywood.
“It’s good, he should do different characters, it’s also good as an actor. Sometimes he does ‘Rockstar’ and then ‘Barfi!’ and now ‘Besharam’. So it’s good for the actor,” she said
Shooting with the Kapoor family was a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity for Pallavi. She considers herself lucky to act with all the three stars in one film itself.
Besharam Movie Technical Analysis:
Talking about the role and looks of Ranbir in the movie, “He is not anti hero here. He is the hero amongst the masses and a hero with whom everyone will relate to. I am not trying to propagate any social message through my film. He is here to entertain everyone, even a poor man, who is not educated,” he said.
Talking about the title “Besharam”, he said that the idea is to dispel negativity attached to the word.
“When I was making ‘Dabangg’ as well, people used to ask me that why am I naming my film ‘Dabangg’ as it is a negative word. Even ‘Besharam’ is a villainous word. I want to tell people the right meaning of the word. I want to show that ‘Besharam’ can be positive. This will be the quality of my hero. He is a poor guy but has a nice heart,” he said.
Abhinav is known for his masala entertainer, while his elder brother and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s forte is parallel cinema. And the “Dabangg” director says they want to rule different areas of Bollywood.
Source – Jagaran