Movie Review: Boss

Boss Movie Review

Quite frankly, I wasn’t expecting much from Boss after watching trailer. But after watching Boss I think trailer of the movie could have been made better. Boss is a mild version of Dabangg and Sigham. It’s another mindless masala hindi film. Same common masala movie with hero, villain, action sequences, love story and naach-gaana. Nothing new. First half is charming. Second half is good too. Climax is dull and so predictable; it could have been made better.

Boss is a one man army. And that’s Akshay Kumar. Ignoring few scenes with over acting, Akshay is very good. Ronit Roy as a negative protagonist in Boss is quite impressive. Mithun Chakraborty is good too.

There is nothing new in story. Direction is good. Performances are good. Nothing new in action sequences. Dialogues are impressive. Music is very good, especially remake of ‘Har Kisiko Nahi Milta’ song. Background score is also good.


Boss (Akshay Kumar) at his teenage is blamed to kill a boy as per witnessed by his father Satyakant (Mithun Chakraborty). He’s sentenced to jail. When he serves his term and is released, Boss moves to another city on rejection by his father Satyakant. Meanwhile, Satyakant’s younger son, Shiv (Shiv Pandit), bashes up the Home Minister’s son Vishal Aakash Dabhade, who’s harassing Ankita (Aditi Rao Hydari), the sister of a top cop Ayushman Thakur (Ronit Roy). Shiv loves Ankita and cop Ayushman wants her to marry with Vishal. The story revolves around how the two Shiv and Ankita is getting together and how Satyakant is accepting Boss as his son again.


Boss is a mild version of Dabangg and Singham. If you like those movies, you might like this one. It’s a one man (Akshay Kumar) army. Music and dialogues are good. Story and direction are average. Watch it only if you can bare illogical action sequences.