Bhimaa Movie Review and Rating

08 March 2024-15:41 PM

Film: Bhimaa
Director: A. Harsha

Cast: Gopichand, Malvika Sharma, Priya Bhavani Shankar

Producers: KK Radhamohan
Music Director: Ravi Basrur
Cinematographer: Swami J Gowda
Editor: Thammiraju

Banner: Sri Sathya Sai Arts
Release Date: March 8, 2024

iQlik Movies Rating: 2.5/5

Gopichand, known for his robust on-screen presence, takes on the role of a determined cop in the fantasy action film Bhimaa, directed and written by A Harsha. Released on Maha Shivarathri, the film features Priya Bhavani Shankar and Malvika Sharma as its leading actresses. Let's see how the film is.

The narrative unfolds in a charming town, where a historic temple becomes the backdrop for mysterious events. Bhimaa (Gopichand), a resolute police officer, steps in to uncover the mysteries shrouding the town.

Gopichand delivers a sincere portrayal of the titular character, shining in impactful action sequences that become the film's heartbeat. Priya Bhavani Shankar and Malvika Sharma deliver commendable performances, while other cast members do justice to their roles. The rest of the cast made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:
Meticulous attention to VFX and set designs enhances storytelling, but the music falls into the average category. The background music, however, stands out. While the editing could be refined, the production values remain adequate. The technical team has worked hard to bring better output for the team altogether. Director Harsha, known for his choreography expertise, brings a unique vision to "Bhimaa," enriching the film with good visuals, even though his directing skills are deemed average. The interval sequence brings excitement, making the second half more interesting despite some dull moments in the first half. Although the film's pacing may test patience, the climax holds a twist that grabs attention. The director seems to have concentrated on these key segments, leaving the rest of the movie lacking substance.

Plus Points:
Gopichand's performance

Minus Points:
Slow pace
Dragging scenes in both halves
Old age story

While Gopichand's performance and the gripping climax and interval segments capture attention, the film falls short in other areas. Dull moments in the first half and a patience-testing second half reveal a lack of substance beyond these highlights. The director's focus on these key segments leaves the overall movie with limited appeal.

Final Verdict: Only For Action Lovers..

READ: Bhimaa Review in Telugu