As far as detective movies go, the only one I'm really looking forward to is Dibakar Banerjee's reinterpretation of Byomkesh Bakshi. However, at least 8 months before that hits theatres, we have<em> Bobby Jasoos,</em> a lighthearted comedy starring Vidya Balan as the feisty Bilkis 'Bobby' Ahmed. <em>Bobby Jasoos</em>, a movie whose title I shall refrain from abbreviating, is a well-intentioned film, set in Hyderabad. It looks, feels, and plays like a diploma film from the Rajkumar Hirani School of Filmmaking. Unfortunately for its debutant director Samar Shaikh, it's not a project that deserves top grades. This is a pity for several reasons, the biggest being that <em>Bobby Jasoos</em> is a return to form for Vidya Balan, who went from being called a 'one-woman industry' in 2012 to near oblivion after both <em>Ghanchakkar</em> (2013) and <em>Shaadi Ke Side Effects</em> (2014) underwhelmed critics and audiences. As Bobby, Balan sports a catchy Hyderabadi accent and injects her character with infectious enthusiasm.