One line Review: This light-hearted comedy tale is entertaining in parts with an interesting plot twist.
Negative Points: Since Bank Chor was touted as a comedy film, more of punch lines and laughter was expected.
Plot: A commoner Champak (Riteish Deshmukh) decides to rob a bank in South Mumbai and teams up with two dumb head thieves Gulab and Genda from Delhi NCR. These three amateur robbers enter the bank ... full Bank Chor Review
A commoner Champak (Riteish Deshmukh) decides to rob a bank in South Mumbai and teams up with two dumb head thieves Gulab and Genda from Delhi NCR. These three amateur robbers enter the bank premises with no ... full Plot
The project was in news as it was the touted debut of TV comedian Kapil Sharma (The comedian is now a fodder for stupid jokes is another matter) but things didn't go as per planned and the brilliant comic talent of Riteish Deshmukh was considered as a replacement by YRF youth wing - Y films giving a glimmer of hope. The innovative marketing worked as a dope giving a feeling of an enjoyable stupid crazy night at the movies but BHOOM, the 'dhoom' (expected noise) didn't happen and we wondered what was the fuss all about.More »
Champak (Deshmukh), a Marathi manoos and his two sidekicks from Delhi- Genda (Vikram Thapa) and Gulab (Bhuvan Arora), storm into a bank with the intention of robbing it and end up taking the staff and customers hostage at gunpoint. However, it is soon evident that the three are rank amateurs, who have no idea about what they are doing. To make things complicated, the bank vault also stores proof of misdeeds by a corrupt politician (Upendra Limaye) and there is a trigger-happy former Para commando-turned-CBI officer Amjad Khan (Vivek Oberoi) in charge of the case.More »
BANK CHOR is a simple film about three amateur crooks who plan to rob a bank and the situations which arise after their robbery. The film starts off with a Vaastu Shastra believing sloppy thief Champak Chandrakant Chiplunkar (Riteish Deshmukh) along with his two inexperienced accomplices Ghenda (Bhuvan Arora) and Gulab (Vikram Thapa). Citing unavoidable 'personal reasons', Champak and his two friends land up to loot the 'Bank Of Indians'. Seeing the helplessness of the staff and the customers inside the bank after the robbery, Champak has a change of heart and decides to surrender to the police who surround the bank by then.More »