“Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” Review

“Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” Review

In the bustling world of Hindi cinema, where genres often collide and narratives intertwine, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” is a captivating film that seamlessly combines humor, action, and genuine emotion. This modern classic, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, leaves an indelible mark on Indian cinema.Let’s have a look at the “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” Review.

Plot Synopsis:

The film revolves around two contrasting characters: Bade Miyan and Chote Miyan. With their maverick methods and distinct personalities, they must overcome their differences and work together. Their mission? To transport offenders to impartiality and preserve justice. As the stakes rise, their camaraderie is tested, leading to unexpected twists and heartwarming moments.

The Stellar Cast:

  • Prithviraj Sukumaran as Kabir (Mr. X): His enigmatic presence adds depth to the film.
  • Akshay Kumar as Firoz: The Khiladi Kumar brings his signature charisma and action prowess.
  • Pitobash as Tiger Shroff Rakesh: A delightful surprise, Tiger Shroff’s high-octane sequences leave the audience in awe.
  • Alaya F as Pam: Her performance is a breath of fresh air.
  • Manushi Chhillar as Misha: She shines in her role.
  • Sonakshi SinhaRonit Roy, and Colonel Adil Shekhar Azad contribute significantly to the ensemble.

The Director’s Vision:

Ali Abbas Zafar masterfully balances the film’s various elements. His direction ensures that the action sequences are gripping, the humor is well-timed, and the emotional beats resonate. Zafar’s ability to extract nuanced performances from the cast elevates the film. No matter how the cast and crew has promoted the film, End of the day the audience should like it. But The audience didn’t like this film like every other over hyped bollywood film.

Action and Humor:

The film’s action sequences are expected to be adrenaline-pumping, with choreography that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. Yet, it’s the witty banter between Bade Miyan and Chote Miyan that provides comic relief. Their camaraderie, fueled by clever dialogues, adds layers to the narrative. But in reality, the entire action sequences seemed like Chota Bheem is way better than this film.

Heartwarming Moments:

Amidst the chaos, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” surprises us with moments of vulnerability. Whether it’s Kabir’s introspection or Pam’s unwavering loyalty, these glimpses into the characters’ hearts resonate deeply. Only the loyal fans of the actors Akshay Kumar, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Tiger Shroff and all can watch the film out of the admiration towards the actors. But the entire film is like a debut shortfilm maker’s work.


  • Cinematography: The film captures the scenic beauty of Greenock, Scotland, where it was shot.
  • Sound Design: Dolby Atmos and Dolby Digital enhance the viewing experience.


  • Screen Play: The screen play could have been better
  • Lag Scenes:  Few scenes made the viewers lose interest in the film.
  • Actors: The actors could have given more to the roles they did in the film.


In conclusion, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (2024)” stands tall as a captivating Hindi movie. It’s a delightful entertainer that leaves you laughing, cheering, and occasionally wiping away a tear. With its talented cast, skilled direction, and engaging storyline, this film cements its place as a modern classic in Indian cinema.

Rating: 1.75/5


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