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Banjo 2016 123movies

Banjo 2016 123movies

Sep. 23, 2016140 Min.
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Watch: Banjo 2016 123movies, Full Movie Online – Mickey a sound Recordist records a tune during Mumbai Ganpati festival and sends it to her friend Chritina in the US, Christina comes to Mumbai in search of the band.Christina along with Mickey audition many band but they don’t find the band which originally played the tune.Taraat who extorts money for local politician had played the tune with his band for the festive season he is given a job of showing Chritina the whole Mumbai but doesn’t disclose him self of being a Banjo player as he feels that as a Banjo player he and his band haven received the required respect..
Plot: A musical drama film directed by Ravi Jadhav, starring Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri in the lead roles.
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Ratings:

5.0/10 Votes: 1,188
33% | RottenTomatoes
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N/A Votes: 8 Popularity: 5.637 | TMDB

Reviews:

Powerful act of Riteish couldn’t save the ship to sink due to loose script.
Recommendation: If you are die hard fan of Riteish Deshmukh then only it is recommended else it is better to let it go.

Positive: Good performances and new flavor for audience.

Negative: Script is too weak which makes it boring.

“Tarrat Bhai” (Riteish) who lives in the slums of Mumbai, plays extraordinary Banjo in festivals with his group to earn some extra bugs.Somehow they got spotted by a sound recorder while performing in Ganpati festival.

He sends the song to his friend “Chris” (Nargis),a DJ in NY who is planning to compete in global music competition and looking for some exceptional talent.

She comes to India to work with the best Banjo band to record her singles. Will she manage to do that ? Will Tarrat and his guys rise to fame and get respect ? If yes, then what all challenges come in their way ? All this will unfold in the movie.

Performance:

Riteish has done the job very well as a Banjo player and costume designer should be credited for the work done to present him as Tarrat Bhai.

On the other hand, Nargis playing a NRI looks good but fails to justify that she is a DJ. Apart from that she also lacked the emotional connect and as usual dialogue delivery falls completely flat.

Dharmesh has not got a chance to showcase his USP i.e. dance. But, he has completely shocked by his performance as a mechanic cum drummer.Other supporting cast has also done good job, special mention of Aditya Kumar who has again impressed as “Paper” after “Perpendicular” in Gangs Of Wasseypur 2.

Drill Down:

Ravi’s Direction is having a Marathi element which is new and also succeeds to showcase the slums of Mumbai, but there are loopholes like the entire band is dancing in a live performance.

Dialogues are good enough to entertain the audience but the movie falls completely flat if we talk about the script.There is not much scope left for Editor when the script is so weak though the movie could have been short by 15 minutes.

Vishal-Shekhar has not disappointed much in the music department.But, a music oriented movie like this deserves far better than this. Unfortunately, it seems like a halfhearted effort from these two great musicians.

Verdict:

If we talk about BO collection then this would not be able to do as per the expectations.

Review By: theshivam-pandey
Music To Ears, Not. ♦ Grade F
Ravi Jadhav is a filmmaker whom I adore, for making Marathi films like Balak Palak (2012) and Natarang (2010), to name a few. Unfortunately, his foray into Bollywood with a musical drama does not really impress.

Taraat (Riteish Deshmukh) is a small-time extortionist who works for a local politician in the day and plays street music with his squad in the night. When he meets Christina (Nargis Fakhri), an aspiring musician from the Big Apple who is in Mumbai in lookout for a music group whom she can collaborate with, Taraat instantly falls head over heels in love with her. This drives him to become a better man and subsequently forces him to cajole his group to make music so that Christina can participate in a talent contest. This nth variation of a seemingly original story is what the film is all about, along with some boring side arcs that only add noise to this otherwise sloppy “single”.

Banjo tries too hard to showcase a story, where in reality, there is none. It’s a faulty re-rendering of stories about aspiring musicians who want to make it big in this competitive world. (Did anyone say Rock On!! (2008)? Maybe Rock On!! 2 (2016)? No? Never mind.) And how do you do that? By growing long hair, looking dope, and banging on instruments like they are scrap materials. Taraat is a delinquent person who just wants to get into Christina’s pants, but hopes to take it slow. The comedy is very average and will only lead to two to four chuckles throughout the 140-minute slow-moving affair.

Fakhri should probably just stop acting and stick to modelling. Her co-star Deshmukh tries hard, but one blames the fruitless script more. Supporting cast is mostly present to handle comedy, but are found to be accidentally inducing over-smart drama. Basically, the characters move here and there and bang on instruments in order to produce music which the audience are supposed to think is pure gold.

There’s a sequence where Christina tries to improve the group’s morale by citing success stories of popular musicians like 50 Cent, Jimi Hendrix, The Bee Gees, and Led Zeppelin. If you are a fan of at least one of these, you should skip Banjo and go see Parched (2016) instead.

BOTTOM LINE: Ravi Jadhav’s “Banjo” is an ambitious film that fails because of poor writing and a very bad voice. Switch channels during the TV premiere.

Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES

Review By: nairtejas

Other Information:

Original Title Banjo
Release Date 2016-09-23
Release Year 2016

Original Language hi
Runtime 2 hr 17 min (137 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Drama, Music
Director Ravi Jadhav
Writer Ravi Jadhav, Nikhil Mehrotra, Kapil Sawant
Actors Riteish Deshmukh, Nargis Fakhri, Aditya Kumar
Country India
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Banjo 2016 123movies
Original title Banjo
TMDb Rating 5.2 8 votes

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