Shruti Gupte's production design is slick and perfectly captures the familiar Mumbai milieu. Swapnil Sonawan's lens work wonders. The editing sails with the narrative.
In the music department, barring 'Kem Cho', none of the songs stay with you and instead takes away the intense built-up of a scene.
You may be at the edge of your seats to figure out who wins in the end- Shakun Kothari or Rizwan Ahmed but the film makes for a riveting watch if you haven’t watched the Hollywood film, Wall Street.
On the whole, Baazaar does a credible job of a subject that can be inherently complex, and weaving an entertaining story around it to make it palatable for the masses. But it is unlikely to go down in history as being to Bollywood what Wall Street was to Hollywood.