First things first, Bittoo in ‘Bittoo Boss’ has no connection with the character of Bittoo portrayed in ‘Band Baja Baraat’. It is not even loosely connected with another wedding flick ‘Tanu Weds Manu’. Bittoo (Pulkit Samrat) in ‘Bittoo Boss’ is a “V..D.O. Shooter”. His goal is to make people around him happy as he brings smile on their faces by videotaping those ‘magic moments’.
The day he meets a girl (Amita Pathak) he falls in love with her as he finds her hot and ravishing. She becomes the harbinger of change in his life. Bittoo who lives life as it comes is forced to take a reality check. Now he wants to get the girl and he needs money and stability to achieve his goal. He falls prey to his yearning of making quick money and in the process he falters on several fronts.
‘Bittoo Boss’ is confused in narration and lacks orientation. The characters are not consistent in their portrayal and the audience gets confused what exactly is driving them. The film barely manages to stay on course and by the half time it becomes so boring that you feel like leaving the theatres immediately.
Performance wise only Pulkit manages to hold some interest among the audiences. Otherwise the rest of the characters including the female lead Amita Pathak look very ordinary. The director Supavitra Babul failed in his objective to entertain the audience and in spite of all the resources at his disposal he could not deliver what was expected from him.
On the whole ‘Bittoo Boss’ is not worth the money you need to pay at multiplexes and you can easily spend your valuable three hours doing something else.