Another flummerous, mindless potboiler churned out from the Oriya Film Factory. Director Gouri Shankar Das has produced a same stale story about gangsters and estranged lovers. The cinematography and script are miserable and menancing. So is the quality of dubbing. The actings of Siddhants, Mihir Das and new comers Aparajita arte mindless and out of the world. The plot is wayward and the direction is miserable. So is the ridiculity of the editing. Not a single shot in the entire movie has been shot at a correct length. The music is perhaps the only saviour of the film. Though all the songs are haunting enough, one of them (Allah O Mere Maula.....) deciphers a good conscience. The lyrics of the songs are childlike and disastrous. Bagher Bachcha is the same old rotten pattern of film making which tries to yield a commercial success completely ignoring the intellectual nuances of every human soul. Hence Sanjeev Mundra or Gouri Shankar Das must be incorrect enough to measure the intellect parameter of the general public to be such low. The action (very scarce) and the special effects are a mockery. To observe the out come of Indian film of this standard has been really agonizing to view and analyze. Though Oriya films have never produced revolutionary stalwards, yet these demonstrations of film making and producing really degrades the image of Indian cinema. Bagher Bachcha is an irrelevant cinema made in a really turbulent and relevant time. The serious issues of the society must be highlighted and these films not only undermine the issues but blatantly hammer the socio-psychological facets of the cinematic language. Bagher Bachcha is a failed project in all aspects and it should be avoided in normal circumstances.