There is romance, action and comedy! Inspite of a lot of so-called one-liner dialogues, item songs, ample gun shots, Bachelor Party, directed by Amal Neerad fails to create an impact. The film stars Asif Ali, Indrajith, Rahman, Kalabhavan Mani and Vinayakan.
Bachelor Party seems greatly inspired from Exiled (Fong Juk), directed by Johnnie To, the 2006 Hong Kong action thriller. The director is also polite enough to thank Johnnie To for influencing them in their choice of titles. The script of Bachelor Party is built around a wafer thin plot and has really nothing extraordinary to offer. Even the neat and sleak visuals and cinematography fails to save the film! Though the actors have done a good job, Bachelor Party fails to captivate your senses.
Toni (Asif Ali), Geevar (Indrajith), Benny (Rahman), Ayyappan (Kalabhavan Mani) and Fakeer (Vinayakan) are childhood friends. While two of them work as henchman, and are asked by gangster Prakash Kamath (John Vijay) to target Toni. The other two friends come to the rescue of their friend.
All the actors have done a commendable job. Prithviraj is wasted in a small role, and so are Remya Nambeeshan and Padmapriya who have just one item number each to talk about.
Watch Bachelor Party only if you are interested in a lot of action and gun shots.