Plot: Rizwan Ahmed (Rohan Mehra) lives in Allahabad (his hometown) with his father & sister and works as a small scale trading agent but wants to follow his dream for becoming a billionaire like Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan) lives in Mumbai. Rizwan Ahmed shifts to Mumbai for his dream and with his smart attitude he finally managed to meet Shakun Kothari and makes him agree to work with him with the help of Priya Rai (Radhika Apte).
Shakun Kothari understand the business only and people like Rizwan Ahmed are just like a step of stair for him to boost his business, so as he cheats Rizwan Ahmed for his profit but Rizwan Ahmed wants to take revenge from Shakun Kothari but Shakun is the legend in this game.. What happens with the Rizwan Ahmed revenge and his love Priya Rai gets unfolded by the climax.
Screenplay: Baazaar screenplay is written by Nikkhil Advani, Parveez Sheikh & Aseem Arora, screenplay seems weaker in the first half and feels stretched but second half manages to handle first half and gives a boost to the plot.
Saif Ali Khan as Shakun Kothari nailed as a rich and arrogant businessman.
Rohan Mehra is fine as debut performance; Radhika Apte gets good screen time and matures her performance very easily.
Chitrangada Singh has a lesser scope but okay with her job.
Dialogues: maximum impacting dialogues are given to Saif Ali Khan and Rohan Mehra and you will love the dialogues.
Direction: Garuravv. K Chawla direction as debut in the bollywood is okay but could have been much improved as the story is unique and fresh.
Final Verdict: Baazaar is a onetime watch for classes only.
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