Bin Bulaaye Baarati or BBB is a comic caper by a debutant Chandrakant Singh which stars Aftab Shivdasani, Priyanka aka Amogha aka Nisha (God knows how many more names she will change to get a hit movie) Kothari, Johny Lever, Gulshan Grover etc.
The story goes like this Durjan Singh [Gulshan Grover] is a dangerous dacoit from Chambal. He comes to the city with the theft he has accumulated [diamonds and jewels]. He meets a don, Gajraj [Mukesh Tiwari] and his right-hand Ranjeet [Hemant Pandey], tells them to sell the jewelry, take their 10% and give the balance money back to him.
Meanwhile, AD [Aftab Shivdasani], who is being chased by police, escapes in Gajraj’s vehicle. AD is dating police inspector PP’s [Om Puri] niece Shreya [Priyanka Kothari]. Coincidentally, Murari [Rajpal Yadav], Hazari [Sanjay Mishra] and Chetta Singh [Vijay Raaz], who are on the run, jump in the same van. The cops are on the lookout of all four for different reasons.
They reach the village which is terrorized by Durjan Singh. The villagers think the cops have arrived, since they are dressed in uniforms, so that they can save them from the clutches of dacoits.
BBB rests on a thin plot and even the screenplay is plain ridiculous and stupid. This is a film targeted at the B & C centers of massy moviegoers who enjoy the thrills, humor and of course, the songs, especially item songs here it is ‘Shaalu Ke Thumke’ featuring oomph queen Mallika Sherawat (who is seen more in item numbers than in full fledged roles).
The direction is quite average, the performances are quite okay however Johny Lever raises few laughs with his gay act. The scences involving Om Puri, Rati Agnihotri & Neeraj Vora are also laugh worthy.
On the whole it is a good entertainer for the front benchers and the Class audience might not favour this movie.