(+SYNOPSIS) THROWBACK MOVIE: BABY

(+SYNOPSIS) THROWBACK MOVIE: BABY

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IN ASSOCIATION WITH CROUCHING TIGER AND FRIDAY FILM WORKS;

A NEERAJ PANDEY FILM

Baby is a 2015 Bollywood movie. In order to undermine the activities of the terrorists  in India after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the “Black OP”unit called “Baby” was set up.

Funny scenes

The story focused on the last mission of  “Black OP Unit’ also called baby. After the Mumbai attacks, “Baby” built deep assets, made intercepts and did their possible best to prevent blasts in the country.  Did the blasts stop? Find out here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPgS6Xzxj64

Funny scenes

This particular scene made me laugh (@1 hour 8 seconds). The scene where Ajay Singh Rajput (Acted by Ashkay Kumar) closed the door and slapped the minister- Mr. Gupta (Acted by Murali Sharma) for his cruel words about those that were killed by terrorists “People are bound to die. It’s their job” the minister had said. After slapping the minister, Ajay went to open the door afterwards. Of course, the minister couldn’t voice out again.

 

DURATION: 2 HOURS 39 MINUTES

CAST

ASHKAY KUMAR; DANNY DENZONGPA; RANA DAGGUBATI; TAAPSEE PANNU; KAY KAY MENON; SUSHANT SINGH; MADHURIMA TULI; MIKAAL ZULFIQAR; HASAN NOMAN; RASHID NAZ; ANUPAH KHER

LINE PRODUCERS

ALL ROUND GLOBAL SERVICES  PVT LTD (JP)

TARLOK SINGH JETHI; ARK PRODUCTION (ILHAN KIZILKAYA); TWO FOUR 54 (INTAJ); MANAN SAMPAT; PRAFUL SALUNKE; RAVI SARIN (DELHI)

PRODUCED BY SHITAL BHATIA; CAPE OF GOOD FILMS; CROUCHING TIGER; BHUSHAN KUMAR; KRISHAN KUMAR;

CO PRODUCED BY AJAY KAPOOR; KARAN SHAH; SHIVAJI DAS GUPTA

STORY, SCRIPT AND DIRECTION: NEERAJ PANDEY

ASSISTANT DIRECTORS: MOHANKUMAR R PADYA; SUGANNDHA MEHROTRA; SHUBHAGAT CHOWDHURY; RAGHAV JAIRATH; VIKAS  SINGH

VIEW MORE IMAGES FROM THE MOVIE “BABY” BELOW

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