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Times of India
A gang of bikers is out to prove a point and nurture their passion for biking. On the way, a secret from the past shatters their dreams.
When you have a movie titled Biker's Adda, with a poster full of bikes, the least you expect is a decent set of bike races/ stunts. Though it has a share of these, Biker's Adda is by no means a film for the biking enthusiast. In trying to merge action with drama, the makers have ended up putting in a lot of the latter, thereby making this film a tedious drama to endure.
We have a raspy sounding (not the Louis Armstrong kind) biking enthusiast Vicky (Juvekar) and three more like-minded individuals enrolling with Biker's Adda, a place that provides a rehearsal plus execution platform for racers and stunt-bikers. Like in the case of all hero-centric films, Vicky is gifted and is bound to right the wrongs in the end. That way, there's no unpredictability or suspense either. The expectation of suspense is crushed when Vicky's caretaker Krish's (Jai Aditya Giri) past is unveiled rather abruptly. Coming back to the plot, the people who run Biker's Adda are also involved in drug-peddling and betting. This leads to the death of one of the pivotal characters and puts Vicky into revenge-mode.
Very frankly, some scenes in the film, like the opening sequence for example, are unnecessarily stretched and seem to go on for eternity. To make things worse, there's too much jumping back and forth as well as around. The girls Prarthana and Tanvie have trivial roles and it looks like they've been put in only to add some glamour in the testosterone filled revving and stunts.
Biker's Adda might be a genuine and dedicated experiment but a confused execution halts its progress. More action and much less drama would've done wonders for the film.