Debutante director Rakesh Chaturvedi 'Om' makes a confident debut, although he should've cast some better actors for key roles. Also perhaps director Rakesh Chaturvedi assumes he has an ace in his hands with the climactic twist but the puzzle is so peripheral to the plot that the film almost changes genre from suspense to social drama. The story goes back and forth, several new characters are introduced, but the narrative stays faithful to the main plot. There is absolutely no buildup to the mystery.
A remake of the Tamil film RAAM (2005), BOLO RAAM has an interesting plot with an engaging screenplay that compels you to look at the screen for most parts of the movie. But, of course, there're hiccups. A few non-actors and a done to death climax could've been avoided.
This is all for Bolo Raam, it could be made better, but at the end, it is not an Ok also.
1.5 / 5