In the movie, Baadshaho Gitanjali Devi’s character is played Ileana D’Cruz. Gitanjali is an heiress to a Rajput kingdom who wants all the wealth with no responsibilities. Ileana is the only interesting character in Baadshaho. Ajay Devgn looking bored in most part of the film plays Gitanjali’s fearless bodyguard. Viewers, on the other hand, will struggle to spend the coming two hours in the theatre.
When Rani Sahiba needs Bhavani’s assistance to save her kingdom’s undisclosed jewels, Bhavani steps in. Ruffian Dalia (Emraan Hashmi) and Bhavani enters for this job. Esha Gupta joins the plot to keep Dalia some company. A duel begins leaving the proceedings as lifeless as the desert landscape the film unfolds in.
Watchers will be pardoned for overlooking that Baadshaho is an Emergency-set show for Luthria appears to be minimum keen on taking at the vexed condition of civil liberties at the time. Rather, you will see a Life magazine cover including bell bottoms and sleeves to remind you this is the 1970s. As the pursuit starts, the film loses force. The plot contorts can be called from a remote place, rendering the entire adventure and the last goal completely good for nothing. The relentless activity is a diversion for an absence of story. Luthria’s awesome truck burglary is a spine chiller without thrills.