15 May, 2015 | 2 hrs 31 mins
A bygone period drama of the 1950s that revolves around Johny Balraj whose sole aim in life is to become a 'Big Shot' and acquire all the riches to be with his love interest Rosie Noronha, a club singer with a grave past.
One line Review: Excellent performances by the star cast makes the story believable, disappointing screenplay and perplexing sequences drags the plot down.
Positive Points: Praiseworthy performances by the actors. Ranbir Kapoor actually carries the entire film on his shoulders. The realistic depiction of Bombay of the 1960s, details of the bygone era and a gorgeous attempt to showcase the former Bombay, the post-independence chaos, and similar stuff are a few likable aspects of the movie.
Negative Points: Too many happenings, chaotic sequences, foggy characters ... full Bombay Velvet Review
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