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Movie Review: Boss is old wine in an old bottle

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Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline.
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    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

    Click to read more.

  • Boss Movie Review
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    Boss Movie Review

    Movie: Boss

    Director: Anthony D'Souza

    Cast: Akshay Kumar, Shiv Pundit, Mithun Chakraborty, Ronit Roy

    Rating: **

    While all the big stars of Bollywood manage to do only one or maximum two films in a year, an Akshay Kumar starrer film is released every 3 months. Many might wonder how the superstar manages to do so many films in a year, it is not difficult for a movie buff (who has seen Akshay’s films in last two-three years) to figure out that his films are very much similar to each other. Akshay Kumar’s latest offering Boss is no different. You will get a glimpse of his recent films in Boss.

    The story of his film might be completely different, but his style, cars, songs, actions and even trucks appear to be the same. In some scenes you might feel that you are watching a sequel to Rowdy Rathore or Khiladi 786. And if this is not enough, Khiladi Kumar will also give you a glimpse of Salman Khan’s Dabangg in the end. He tears off his shirt to flaunt his six pack abs (Yes! Akshay Kumar has six pack abs in Boss), just like Salman did in his film.

    Unlike Akshay’s other slapstick comedy, Boss, which is a remake of Malayalam movie Pokkiri Raja, has a storyline. Akshay Kumar finds a mentor in Bigg Boss when his father Satyakant Shastri (Mithun Chakraborty) disowns him after he kills a schoolmate. Bigg Boss, who is a kind hearted Haryanavi don, trains Akshay and gives him his new name Boss.

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