Director: Gauravv K. Chawla
Cast: Saif Ali Khan, Rohan Mehra, Radhika Apte, Chitrangda Singh
Shakun Kothari’s early on grouping in Baazaar happens in a religious set up; a glaring difference from the individual that the heartless Gujarati agent is. Inside a range of only ten minutes – joined by a clever youth story – we are all around familiar with the tainted driving force who claims a domain worth Rs 5000 crore. It’s this scene which sets the ball moving for Gauravv K. Chawla’s Baazaar.
Baazaar . is the account of a protégé and his guide and the ascent to the best in the business world, by whatever methods available. On one hand, we have Rizvan Ahmed (debutant Rohan Mehra), a residential community chap with huge Mumbai horizon dreams. His point is to meet and end up one with his golden calf, Shakun Kothari (Saif Ali Khan), a Gujarati specialist with traps up his sleeves so persuading that even a SEBI worker is effortlessly obliged by his threatening appeal. Rizvan discovers love and an assistant in Priya Rai (Radhika Apte), a prepared intermediary who coordinates Rizvan’s aspiration and is stacks in front of him. We additionally have Mandira Kothari (Chitrangda Singh), Shakun’s trophy spouse and venture bargain.
Rizvan utilizes his residential area attitude intertwined with feelings to prevail upon his tutor and turns into a partner who doesn’t simply shake hands with Shakun however embraces him as well. Rizvan is then invited into the best rung of the stepping stool, Kothari style yet with each high, there is a noteworthy ruin and just a single can prove to be the best – the master or the chela.