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Baabarr  (2009)  (Hindi)
Genre: Action, Drama
Language: Hindi
Director: Ashu Trikha
Producer: SUNIL SAINI, Mukesh Shah
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Plot/Synopsis
A 12 year old boy picks up a country made gun and shoots a man in cold blood! His eyes, devoid of any emotion. His heart exhibits no remorse. After shooting the person in broad day light, this 12 year old boy walked the streets of Aman Ganj, with a gun in one hand. Everyone present in the market wat... Read More...
Release Date: September 11 2009 (India)
Star Cast:
Soham
Soham
Mithun Chakraborty
Mithun Chakraborty
Urvashi Sharma
Urvashi Sharma
GOVIND NAMDEO
GOVIND NAMDEO
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Baabarr is crime and brutality glorified that is meant only for those who love action.

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Baabarr Review RatingAshok Nayak (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

"Baabarr" is arguably one of the most violent films ever made in Hindi. It inhabits a world where the characters live in crusty brick lanes, homes that have seen more slaying and slaughtering than the butcher shops where some of director Trikha's characters work.


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Baabarr Review RatingSubhash K Jha (Nowrunning) | Read Full Review

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