• ‘Bittoo Boss’ is an enjoyable enough ride until it goes off-track. Of the cast, it’s Ashok Pathak in the role of scrawny Shimla cab-driver Bikki who steals the film with his manic energy. Pulkit Samrat gives a confident turn as Bittoo, despite the Ranvir Singh-Band Baaja Baarat hangover that you can’t shake off. Samrat balances the character’s vulnerability and cockiness competently.

  • Shubhra Gupta
    Shubhra Gupta
    Indian Express


    A few minutes into ‘Bittoo Boss’, and you start to think that this might, just might, turn into the kind of hilarious risqué comedy Bollywood has been trying to create, inflated not by lazy vulgarity but smart writing. The suggestive lyrics of the opening song in which there are references to ‘giving and taking’ (sorry approximations of nudge-wink street-slang ‘lena aur dena’) featuring a strapping wedding videographer, make us smile and lead us to believe that we might be in for some tongue-in-cheek fun.

  • Raja Sen
    Raja Sen


    A sweet but slapdash effort, this is, all in all, quite like watching a wedding video. Just not shot by someone with as much panache as Bittoo. And a shaadi video — one without folks you care about — always, invariably feels groanfully long.

  • Madhureeta Mukherjee
    Madhureeta Mukherjee
    Times Of India


    Debutant director Babul had an interesting premise to start with, but after the first half, the script is more scattered than sorted. Some caricaturish characters, dialogues with local tadka, and few laughable moments save the day. At a time when sex and ‘dirty pictures’ sell, Babul scripts a hero who describes sex as ‘dilon ka milan.’ Ho-hum!.This one had the potential to be an entertainer, but turns out to be a ‘bit-too’ much.

  • What’s Good: A few cute portions of the drama; Pulkit Samrat’s earnest performance.What’s Bad:The script which meanders mindlessly; the slow pace of the drama; the lack of heart-touching emotions.Verdict: Bittoo Boss is a half-baked fare at best. It will do ordinary business at the box-office.Loo break: A couple, especially in the climax.Watch or Not?: Watch Bittoo Boss if you want to see a debut making director’s honest effort. But do not expect to be entertained a lot.

  • Taran Adarsh
    Taran Adarsh
    Bollywood Hungama


    On the whole, BITTOO BOSS is a good opportunity lost.

  • BITTOO BOSS is interesting in the first few reels. The energy thrown in by debutant actor Pulkit Samrat, who plays the protagonist, is noteworthy. The film relies heavily on Pulkit, and even though the lad makes an honest attempt he is not able to pull off the film. Though the sincerity of the makers is seen, the product per say is not packaged well enough to woo the masses.A good first half but a poor post-interval session.

  • Kartik Iyer
    Kartik Iyer


    Final Verdict – Bittoo Boss is an earnest effort made by many debutants and is definitely a one-time watch but disappoints because of its half-baked script.

  • If the trailers had made you wonder that this would be the next ‘Band Baaja Baarat’, you were grossly mistaken. And so were most other people. Amita Pathak and Pulkit Sharma barely make it to the cut. And ‘Bittoo Boss’ falls flat on its face, tepid and lacklustre.The film barely manages to hold interest, and apart from a few smart-alec, innuendo-laced songs, the others are just unnecessary. With a heavy dose of your average Bollywood clichés and below-average performances, ‘Bittoo Boss’ doesn’t entertain. It is a few precious hours of your life wasted. Invest them in something worthwhile!