But he [Shahid Kapoor], like his film, has style and spirit, and that makes Badmaash Company an easy watchRead full review..
Badmaash Company is a staggeringly tedious film, which takes two hours and twenty three minutes to give us the moral science lesson that honesty is the best policy.Read full review..
It's hard to take this sort of film seriously, a film that lathers on the same lackluster ideas over and over again, expecting us to lap it up but actually beating us into stupor. There's not a single scene in the film that actually works, and there are a couple that just hurtRead full review..
Packed with lazy clichés and convenient plot-holes, "Badmaash Company" is unforgivably long and insufferably boring. The acting -from all four leads - is nothing to speak of, and Sethi's direction is amateurish to put it politelyRead full review..
The setting is solid. The scam’s quite awesome. The friends make for quite a foursome. All are equally endearing. As are their antics. And then the screen flashes, Interval. Everything dopily goes down a slope thereafter, and onward to America, arrogance and all that jazzRead full review..
A film which has a real story, credible characters, and, most importantly, growth graphsRead full review..
His [director's] characters are interesting, the casting is apt, and he has managed to extract good performances out of the fairly new bunch of actorsRead full review..
Like all Yash Raj Films movies which try to simplify and sugarcoat things, Parmeet Sethi’s directorial debut aims to be a con film for dummies. But it just ends up being very dumb. It talks about one big idea changing lives. Well, rest assured, Badmaash Company is not that big ideaRead full review..
Badmaash Company does have a bunch of riveting scenes, although the story does follow a very predictable line of crime and punishment/repentanceRead full review..