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  • Release Date: Nov 29, 2013
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  1. Dec 3, 2013
    10
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Bullet Raja is raw, tight and thrilling. It's not for EVERYONE, it's a film with guns and violence which is intresting and gripping. The story follows two men, Raja Mishra (Saif Ali Khan) and his best friend Rudra Jimmy Shergill) these two men become UP's biggest robin hoods, who with the aid of Minister Shukla Raj Babbar) try to omit the other dacoits. Raja meets and falls in love with a Bengali girl Mitali (Sonakshi Sinha). Everything is fine till Raja and Rudra kidnap businessman Bajaj (Gulshan Grover) for money, who in turn kills Rudra. This makes Raja mad! who decides to avenge the murder of his best friend, the rest of the movie follows how Raja takes revenge for Rudra's murder and how he is tangled in the dirty politics of UP, with everyone only working for their advantage. Bullet Raja is smartly paced and written, the climax was beautiful and the film works altogether. Director- Tigmashu Dhulia has done a great job making a crime movie with a punch. It's not surprising, Vidut Jamwal is Munna, a cop that is VERY hardcore! I loved Bullet Raja, it was raw, had great songs, action packed and thrilling. Saif Ali Khan was awesome. Must Watch for lovers of Dhulia's or Khan's work. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: David Chute
    Dec 3, 2013
    50
    If it was more consistent, Bullett Raja would qualify as a solid piece of genre craftsmanship for director and co-writer Tigmanshu Dhulia (“Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster”), with action scenes that are crisply framed and edited for clarity.
  2. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    Dec 3, 2013
    30
    If Bullett Raja had more spark, it might be fun to contemplate its barely hidden crisis-of-masculinity subtexts.