One thing is far off my imagination and really disappoints me in numerous masala entertainers is that why do the directors play with our emotions.
Not that after watching BOSS I am complaining the makers for portraying opposite to what they bet on but I am fed up with the non-stability of the moments which could actually win the flick some points.
The problem with such masala flicks is somewhat similar. The director picks up any particular relation be it sober or ruthless, he tries to emote you with certain intensity. Just when you feel the emotion and try to connect with characters, the untimely overdose of action and few jokes tarnish all the passion.
This is what happens with BOSS here. Even if we ignore the clinches, the non-feasible events which are expected from these flicks, we can't get over the crisscross layer of emotions needed to somber the viewers.
Here the highlight of the flick is the father-son bonding between Mithun and Akshay while Akki's enemity with Ronit (playing gruesome cop) takes second spotlight.
Though, director Anthony D' Souza tries too hard to bring out that strong emotion out of them but he partially succeeds.