Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap (2011)

 ●  Hindi ● 1 hr 52 mins

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After a series of bomb blasts in Mumbai, ACP Karan Malhotra announces that he will bring in the culprits responsible within a very short period of time as well attempts to convince his college sweetheart, Tanya P. Nath, to marry him. He then sets about interrogating several suspects so much so that an underworld gangster, Kabir, is compelled to hire an assassin to do away with him. The potential killer, Vijju, is an uptight older ex-convict as well as a former gangster, who now runs a pub in Paris, and is willing to kill Karan. As he sets about this gruesome task, he comes across an old flame, Kamini, as well as his estranged wife, Sita - and it is these encounters that may convince him to leave the bombs and Bandooks behind and spend the rest of his life praying and watching the Bhakti Channel. Will Vijju continue with his violent ways, or will he find special reason to change his lifestyle and redeem himself?
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Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini

Crew: Puri Jagannadh (Director), Amol Rathod (Director of Photography), Anoop Rubens (Music Director), Shekhar Ravjiani (Music Director), Vishal Dadlani (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller

Release Dates: 01 Jul 2011 (India)

Hindi Name: बुड्ढा होगा तेरा बाप

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Did you know? The working title of the film was Bbuddah, and Ho ga Tera baap was the tagline. Whilst in production it was agreed Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap would be a more suitable name. Read More
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as Vijju 'Bbuddah'
as Sita Malhotra
as Inspector at Airport
as Amrita
as Mac (as Makrandh Deshpandey)
Supporting Actor
as Kabir
as Prem Nath
as Mirchi Baba (as Rajiv Verma)
as Kamini
as Anju
as Tanya P. Nath
as ACP Karan Malhotra
as Inspector Shinde


Associate Director
Second Assistant Director


Production Supervisor
Production Manager


Story Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography


Sound Designer
Assistant Mix Engineer


Animation Director



Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer




Stunt Director


Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Digital Compositor
Paint Artist
Film Type:
Feature Film
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Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
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Actress Neha Sharma was interested in doing Charmy Kaur's role, but eventually the role went to Kaur.

The movie was a tribute by Amitabh Bachchan to the angry young man image from his earlier film career.

The majority of customes used were from Amitabh Bachchan's personal wardrobe.

Amitabh Bachchan was attending a concert in In New York prior to starting this project. In the evening he went out to eat in restaurant and was impressed with the restaurant performer's music, so asked him to burn a CD of his music. While listening to the CD, he liked a particular beat and decided that this particular music could be used for his Go Meera track.

Amitabh Bachchan was uncomfortable with using profanity in his dialog so the Director suggested that where such a foul word needed to be used it was replaced with the word 'beep'.

Amitabh Bachchan had not ridden a Harley Davidson bike in the past, and had asked for a week's training in an open space. The training didn't happen, and the bike was brought in on the shooting set, but Bachchan eventually managed to ride it.

Raveena Tandon shot for an item song in the film, titled "Main Chandigarh Di Star". The song was removed from the final print and only used for marketing, there was rumors that Tandon was extremely annoyed with this, whilst the makers justified that the item number was only shot for marketing purpose and wasn't meant to be in the final print.

Amitabh Bachchan came up on his first shot with two watches to give his character the over the top feel.

The film was completed in under 2 months.

The marketing started with teasers of listing some of Amitabh's classic angry Young man films, the main reason for this was to give the audience the feeling that the same angry Amitabh will be back with Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap.

The working title of the film was Bbuddah, and Ho ga Tera baap was the tagline. Whilst in production it was agreed Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap would be a more suitable name.
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Referenced in: Poola Rangadu (Telugu)