(Abhishek Bachchan) is a conman who is about to carry out his one
last assignment before he dies.
has been informed by a doctor (Boman Irani) that he has a brain
tumour with only three months to live.
to this bad news, Roy lost his fiancé, Simmi (Priyanka Chopra),
when she discovered what Roy did for a living.
brooding over his loss and his medical condition, he comes across
Dittu (Ritesh Deshmukh), also a conman.
gives Roy a reason to live to the full before he dies, by teaching
him all the tricks of the trade.
the story unfolds, Roy comes across Chandru, Mumbai's most notorious
and feared villain. He is the man responsible for putting Dittu's
dad in a mental asylum.
more, Roy had seen him troubling Simmi in a restaurant.
without much ado, Roy selects Chandru as his last victim for the
biggest con of his life. This will also act as a good learning exercise
for Dittu's training.
Bluff Master reveals more than you can possibly imagine as
the shocking climax reveals all in this well-directed slick film.
Sippy has created a stylish movie with some great, memorable moments.
This includes Chandru together with Abhishek and Ritesh.
musical score is very catchy and innovative, including the sequence
'sabse bada rupaiya' during the opening of the film and Abhishek's
rap at the very end, elevating the audience's viewing to a higher
choreography deserves a special mention, nicely executed by Abhishek.
He is turning out to be one of the sexiest dancers in Bollywood.
impressed everyone in the film DUS and he impresses us once
again in Bluff Master.
acting reminds you of his last performance in Bunty Aur Babli,
but in this film he plays a more subdued and suave character.
is really maturing as an actor and there is no doubt that he has
now become one of the most popular stars in Bollywood.
Deshmukh is not looking bad either. His performance appears convincing
throughout whilst Priyanka not only looks stunning but also gives
her best in this film.
Irani and his one liners make you laugh, while Nana Patekar as the
villain makes you cringe.
at the box office figures during its opening weekend, Bluff Master
ranked at number nine in the UK charts grossing a total of £85,437
in only 32 cinemas with a screen average of £2,670.
a watch if you are looking for innovative cinema at its best!
by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Shropshire Bollywood