15 Sep, 2017 2 hrs 16 mins A
Kritika Sachdeva, Indraneil Sengupta, Shubhangi Latkar, Sasho Satiiysh Saarathy, Saurabh Dubey
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BA Pass 2 is a relatively ambiguous movie, whose story progresses from being unpredictable to bizarre.
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Story: Neha (Kritika) moves to Mumbai from Bhopal after her parents propose an arranged marriage for her with an NRI. She's not ready for it and wants to prove to her affluent parents that she is better off on her own. But destiny has other plans for this confused damsel in distress, who revels in being miserable and befriends those who add to her misery and self-destruction. Review: Don't go with the title or the poster as BA Pass 2 is not an erotic sequel and thankfully, devoid of sleaze. It perhaps studies vulnerable and clueless people like its central character, who aren't talented or ambitious enough and thus struggle to survive in this demanding and competitive world, unlike those who know what they want. But the premise is shaky and lacks logic. Neha has no inclination to acting but aspires to be an actor because a real estate agent tells her, "You are beautiful, you don't have a job in Mumbai so why don't you become an actor." (It's that easy). Her life soon revolves round a promiscuous female casting agent who likes young boys, good male friend who won't make a pass at her and so he must be gay, a rich boyfriend who won't marry her and finally, her knight in shining armour - the estate agent, who's too good to be true. All this while, you fail to understand that why would an educated girl from Bhopal, with supportive rich parents, be lured by a shady estate agent to begin with? Why would she take his harebrained suggestion of becoming a starlet, when she knows she cannot act and isn't even interested in films or stardom? Why won't she seek help of her family, who happily tolerate her irrational life decisions. Why won't they visit her even once but can call her 100 times a day. Rebel without a cause, nothing justifies Neha's naivete so you cease to feel her agony or heartbreak. While Kritika Sachdeva with Dia Mirza like baby voice is tolerable as Neha, it is Indraneil Sengupta and Sanjay Singh, who lend substance to this complicated drama. Eventually, you try to make too much sense of a relatively ambiguous movie, whose story progresses from being unpredictable to bizarre. Almost every person in is seemingly bad, turn out to be good but are actually bad. You walk out feeling empty and confused as opposed to being shaken.
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