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Times of India
A comedy revolving around two lovers and the girl's mother who happens to be in command of a village.
'Bai Go Bai' challenges the patriarchal system of affairs with the example of a small village that has women at the helm of affairs. The woman in-charge of all activities is Baija Bai (Sawant) who, due to difficulties faced after her marriage, has taken a dislike towards men. All men in her village work for her and none of them are allowed to sport a moustache as that, according to Baija, is a symbol of manhood.
One fine day, a circus artiste named Shiva (Jadhav) lands in the village. He falls in love with Baija's daughter Shyamal and though she hesitates initially, Shyamal too expresses her love for Shiva. Thus begins the couple's rebellion against the established order of the village. A painful flashback in the middle of the Shiva-Shyamal love story explains Baija's aversion to men. In between all this, will the youngsters' love bloom or will it be uprooted by Baija?
Like every typical love story, this one too has elements like the hero doing his best to woo the girl, the girl falling for him ultimately, the opposition from her parent and well, doesn't everything end on a good note in such films? There's nothing new to look forward to in this film. It has pathetic jokes that have been heard a million times before. Then there are the usual jokers whose antics evoke helpless sighs. In the acting department too, there's not a lot to look forward to. It's the usual fare served with a different packaging.
'Bai Go Bai' can be watched by fans of this genre of comedy. Others can give it a miss.