Cast: Pulkit Samrat, Amita Pathak
Director: Supavitra Babul
Music Director: Raghav Sachar
Censor Rate: U/A
Watched at Ramakrishna Glitterati, Abids.
Bittoo Boss (Pulkit Samrat) is a young charming, ingenious and a fun filled wedding cameraman who takes pride in calling himself a Sesky Video Shooter. He is the star of all wedding celebrations of Anandpur Sahib, a small town in Punjab. Bittoo believes in spreading happiness through the beautiful moments he captures, moments which you can rewind and keep watching for years and smile looking at them thus making them heartfelt experiences which last forever. He falls in love with an educated and strong-headed girl Mrinalini (Amita Pathak) who makes him realize the importance of financial stability and monetary gains in order to gain respect and recognition. Smitten in love and bitten by the one he loves, the smart and righteous cameraman is lured to take a shortcut in order to earn a quick buck and get his life back on track forms the rest of the story line. Pulkit Samrat makes an decent debut with Bittoo Boss. He did extremely well as the teenage Videographer. Amita Pathak is charismatic in looks department and is adequate in histrionics aspect. The rest of the cast offers fine support. The basic storyline of the movie is good, but the narrative part was not convincing. The screenplay of the movie is all right in the first half but slips of the hand in the second half. Supavitra Babul’s direction is a big disappointment. Raghav Sanchar music is pretty average. Amar Mohile’s BGM is good. Editing by Abishek Seth could have been better. Cinematography by Manish Bhatt is neat. Dialogues were okay in parts. The positives of Bittoo Boss are Pulikit Samrat, Bgm and Cinematography. The negatives are Script, Narration, Editing and Lack of Emotions. On the whole, Bittoo Boss a cheaper version of Band Baaja Baarat and its not worth your ticket.
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