The tongue-in-cheek Bhootnath Returns review: It is the latest in a string of political comedies

Amitabh Bachchan is great, as always, and he takes help from a good child actor to lift this movie.

| New Delhi | Updated: April 12, 2014 2:08 pm
The tongue-in-cheek Bhootnath Returns review. The tongue-in-cheek Bhootnath Returns review.

Bhootnath Returns is the latest in a string of political comedies in 2014. It’s less funny than Rakhi Sawant as a commentary on the sorry state of politics, but it’s still funny. Amitabh Bachchan is great, as always, and he takes help from a good child actor to lift this movie above its sorry second half.

Our reporter interviewed a host of celebrities on the red carpet, as usual:

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Next, he bumped into no other than the son of the star.

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After this, our reporter met Rahul Gandhi, proving that not even RaGa attends his own rallies.

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The star of Ragini MMS 2 was next.

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Finally, our reporter decided to end the round of interviews in style. Sanskaari style.

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Bhootnath Returns had its moments. If it had had more, it would have been one of the best films of 2014.

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