BAJATEY RAHO is quite entertaining with an absorbing second half. Decent entertainer!
A film without star-power depends largely on convincing performances. Dolly Ahluwalia, on a roll since Vicky Donor, is adept as are Ravi Kishan, Tusshar, Ranveer and Vinay.
The film is one of those of linear, comic capers with a slight drama that makes you smile, though the situations and characters are cliched.
Bajatey Raho is the kind of muddled Mumbai movie that the Bollywood cognoscenti can spot from miles away: it whips up a whole lot of cacophony without making too much sense.
Bajatey Raho does not play it right. Off-key and overly contrived, it is a pretty ordinary effort that is not even mildly engaging.
Bajatey Raho does give us a few chuckles even while delivering a rap on the knuckle to the naqalchi wannabe rich middle-class in Delhi. This is a dig at the Gurgaon quick-rich culture. But the taunt gets lost in an aimless jaunt.