Boss
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BOSS is just as colorful as his actions. He travels with a massive entourage of trucks that follow him. He has his personal cheerleaders who 'cheer' him during his endeavors. He has a penchant for playing loud music when he's beating up the bad guys. That's BOSS.
When his father approaches him for help, BOSS leaves everything aside and makes his family his first priority.
Now BOSS will travel to Delhi to accomplish his mission. His adversaries are powerful people with top connections. But BOSS is a one-man-army. He will demolish everything that comes in the way of… More

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""Boss" is billed as an action comedy, but it isn't always clear what is part of the joke and what isn't."
‑ Anita Gates, New York Times
""Boss" is a film suffering from one fundamental problem, to wit: a lack of commitment to its central purpose."
‑ Danny Bowes, RogerEbert.com
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