Arvind Swami is the son of a very successful business man Nazer. But, instead of taking after his father, He grows up as an uneducated yet a powerful thug. He has has a son, Master Raghavan, who is a very intelligent and a cultured boy at such a young age.
Raghavan befriends Nainika, a fellow student in his class. He meets her mother Amala Paul and immediately gets attached to her and starts to address her as his mother. Similarly, Nainika meets Arvind Swami, gets impressed by his boldness and dreams of making him as her father.
Soon the kids decide to come up with a plan to make Arvind Swami and Amala Paul fall in love with each other. So that they all can stay under one roof. The rest of the plot revolves around the lead actor's past and whether the kids succeed in playing cupid.
Bhaskar Oru Rascal is a remake of a hit Malayalam film titled as Bhaskar The Rascal. Arvind Swami has reprised the role of Mammootty, and the former has delivered an unqiue performance. He fits the role of a carefree rowdy and a father like a glove. Amala Paul looks serene and has done a decent job at pulling of role of a mother for a five year old.
Both the juniour artists Master Raghavan and Nainika has done an adorable job. Especially the former, his chemistry with Arvind Swami is sure to strike a chord as it is way too cute and admirable. Nasser plays an important role, and the ace actor has given a good performance. Soori, Ramesh Khanna and Robo Shankar's humour sequences elicits a few laughs here and there.
Siddique is also the director of the original version. He has done a pretty decent job in the directorial department. The wafer-thin story and the loose screenplay has nothing new to offer but has the elements one expects from a true commercial movie.
Amresh Ganesh's music and the background scores are average. Vijay Ulaganathan's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot well.
In short, Bhaskar Oru Rascal, is a commercial flick.