Bhaiaji Superhittt Reviews (Top Critics)
By Bollywood Hungama (1.5/5)

BHAIAJI SUPERHIT is the story of a gangster who enters into films. Devi Dayal Dubey aka Bhaiaji (Sunny Deol) is a goon with a heart of gold based in Mirzapur, a town close to Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. He's married to the dynamic Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta) who leaves him after she suspects Bhaiaji of having an affair with the widow of a deceased fellow gangster. Eight months pass and Bhaiaji is depressed and is unable to focus on his work.

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The Hindu
By Namrata Joshi

The year 2018, has been all about an abundance of Sunny Deol at the movies. He played a vaidya in what felt like a two-hour advertisement for Ministry of Ayush-in Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir Se. Last week we tried hard to stomach him as the Sanskrit speaking Pandey on the ghats of Varanasi in Mohalla Assi. With Bhaiaji Superhit he returns to UP, with Shiva and Ganga looming large yet again; this time as a don from the badlands who wants a piece of Bollywood, rather have his life memorialised on screen.

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By Anupama Chopra (1/5)

At one point in Bhaiaji Superhit, we arrive at a flashback in which Sunny Deol, as the uneducated Banaras don named Bhaiaji is serenading his wife, Sapna played by Preity Zinta, by reciting Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. He's wearing a shiny, black velvet coat and stumbling over the English. It was at this precise moment that I started to feel more pain for Sunny than I was feeling for myself.

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By Devesh Sharma (2.5/5)

Lal Bhaisahab Dubey(Sunny Deol), better known as 3D is an eccentric don based out of Varanasi who deeply loves his wife Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta), as does she but she's temperamental as hell. She leaves him in a fit of jealousy and to woo her back, he hires the services of a cunning, name dropping director Goldie Kapoor and a Bengali writer Tarun Porno Ghosh (Shreyas Talpade) to make a film on his life.

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By Anna M.M. Vetticad (0.5/5)

If you thought Sunny Deol uprooting a hand pump and scaring the Pakistan army by hollering at them was a landmark moment in Indian diplomacy, then you must give his new film a shot. In a climactic battle in Bhaiaji Superhittt, Deol lifts up an entire SUV when he finds it pinning his wife down on a rail track while a speeding engine approaches.

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By Umesh Punwani (1/5)

Bhaiaji Superhit is about Devi Dayal Dubey aka 3D bhaiya (Sunny Deol) and his pissed off wife Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta). Instead of going to her and clarify things, 3D gets influenced by Goldie Kapoor (Arshad Warsi) to make a film on their life story. That's just the start of what all nonsense happens after this. Goldie, who is just concerned about how much money he makes, gathers a team of a flop writer in Tarun Porno Ghosh (Shreyas Talpade) and an annoying actress Mallika Kapoor (Ameesha Patel).

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By Sukanya Verma

There was a time when Sunny's super sound -- the man and not his studio -- loudly lambasted the villain and drew cheers from an elated crowd. But years of repeated hollering and hostility have literally downsized Sunny Deol's might into mockery.

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The Indian Express
By Shubhra Gupta

Last week's Mohalla Assi presented Sunny Deol as a 'vidwaan' (learned man). This week, Deol is back in Banaras as a 'shaitaan' (bad man). But because this is Bollywood and Deol is a hero, it is made clear that Dubeyji is nothing but a good-hearted don.

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The Times Of India
By Reza Noorani (2/5)

Lal Bhaisahab Dubey aka 3D (Sunny Deol) is Varanasi's most feared crime lord. While he lords over all, his wife Sapna Dubey (Preity Zinta), the daughter of another crime boss, bosses over his heart. Out of a fit of jealousy she leaves him and now he has become a crying wreck, which is bad for his personal and professional life.

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Hindustan Times
By Raja Sen (3/5)

There is an adage about Hindi films - made popular by producers and publicists of said films - that entertaining movies require the viewer to 'leave their brains at home.' It is an infuriating line meant to justify not only broad buffoonery, but plot-holes and lazy writing, as filmmakers blame the audience for thinking when they should merely roll over and be tickled. Bhaiaji Superhit addresses this line of thought with an early scene where Sunny Deol tosses a brain into the air and smashes it with his infamous hand.

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