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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Ending Explained: Never underestimate AI

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Movie Explained

By Ayush VermaPublished about a month ago 3 min read

Guys, Elon Musk had said some time ago that AI is far more dangerous than nukes. On this issue, Bollywood has brought a film called Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, in whose star cast we have Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Manushi Chillar, and Sonakshi Sinha. All this is being seen.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is an action thriller film that I cannot live without explaining, hence the big spoiler warning.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Ending Explained

So what happens is that Bade or Chote also have clones. Now these clones have some specialties, like being able to heal themselves, which means it is almost impossible to kill them, and being brain-controlled, which means they have no free will. They will do whatever their master tells them.

Now see, at the end of the picture it is revealed that these clones are fitted with an MP fusion device, due to which they keep getting non-stop energy, and to destroy the MP device, Bade or Chote will have to make a very strong explosion, which they do, but after the explosion, neither the bodies of those clones were shown nor anything was told about them, and because it was very difficult to kill them, the chances are very high that they would have survived.

But to tell you the truth, it does not matter whether those clones survived or not because there were only three clones, and yes, Azad's clone was also among them.

What do you think, Kabir, who has been roaming around in search of revenge for seven years? Would he have created only two clones in so many years? I don't think so.

I am pretty sure Kabir must have created more clones also because he had seven years in which he must have done something in the fire of his revenge, so the chances are very high that there will be more clones also, which might be introduced in Part 2.

If Bade Miyan Chote Miyan Part 2 comes, then the entire focus of the story will be on clones.

Understand it like this: what if Kabir has already replaced the people in very high posts in the military with his clones? Or else, at the end of the picture, when Bade or Chote run away from trouble, they are not the original Bade or Chote but their clones.

So a lot of possibilities open up where clones are also used, in Secrets Invasion, Skrulls had reached very big posts, so not the same, but something similar can happen here too. 

See, the main villain of the picture was Prithviraj Sukumaran's character Kabir, who wanted to replace the Indian soldiers with their clones, but this could not happen, due to which the Mahabharata started.

In the finale portion, I don't know which vest Kabir wears, due to which he got super strong, but still he could not win. Bade or Chote put a big bar through his chest, and as soon as it seemed he died, I don't know from where he regained consciousness, which is a direct hint of the sequel to this film.

Because when the main villain is alive, he will take revenge, but this time by becoming more powerful, and maybe if a sequel is made, then I am sure Kabir will have a whole army of clones.


Kabir will come back, but to tell you the truth, no one wants its sequel, which means the makers themselves are not clear as to what they want to show in the film, be it robots, clones, or cyborgs.

Many things create confusion, but if you want to avoid this confusions and not have to put too much stress on your mind, then I would only recommend that you watch this film from an action perspective.

This is such a solution that you will be able to enjoy the picture, and there will be no confusion.

Now, to make a sequel, these people need only one thing the most: collection, or should we say revenue?

The more this picture earns, the more chances there are of its sequel coming because the budget of the picture is Rs 350 crore, and as this picture looks, it doesn't seem to be able to cross even its budget, but if it crosses its budget and makes a profit, then get ready for the sequel.

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  • Flamance @ lit.28 days ago

    Very nice work

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