Geetanjali, played by Ileana D’Cruz is arrested for hiding gold behind a secret door, which is later confiscated by the government out of a personal rivalry. Bhawani, her old bodyguard teams up with Emraan Hashmi (Dalia), a part-time lover-boy and full-time chor, Esha Gupta (Sanjana), who does this out of a favor, and Sanjay Mishra (Tikla), a lock-breaker, join the bandwagon, and come up with a plan to get that gold 70-696 from the army. The team gets into a lot of trouble because of Durjan Singh’s (Sharad Kelkar) interference, along with the army officer, Vidyut Jammwal. This dog and the bone game comes to an end with a heroic climax. Hilarious dialogues, spectacular cinematography, and great sound design make this one a good celluloid experience. but a predictable plot, slow scenes with all the 1970s feels might bore you a bit 700-505 in the second half of the movie.
We give Baadshaho 2.5 buzzing bees.