Bittoo Boss Review
Supavitra Babul's latest release Bittoo Boss, that has hit the big screens today, has lots to say, but somehow lacks the fineness and uniqueness. No wonder debutant Pulkit Samrat and Amita Pathak made a good attempt, but failed to make it to it's best.
The movie commences with an elaborate punjabi wedding and gradually talks about the love story of a videographer, who takes pride in calling himself a ‘Sesky Video Shooter’. Bittoo falls in love with a rich woman, who makes him realize the importance of money, recognition and respect. Bittoo then tries all short-cuts for money and fame that leads him to slip into the world of immoral activities.
Pulkit Samrat made his big screen debut with the movie. The young actor is quite promising and has done justice to his role. Amitha Pathak was pretty average in the film. Mohan Kapur is okay, while Rajinder Sethi doesn’t get much to do.