Bhediya movie review- What’s good and what’s bad?

Bhediya movie review- What’s good and what’s bad?

After the release of varun Dhawan’s Bhediya trailer, regulars had upper hopes. But did the movie really have that potential or not. Let’s get to know well-nigh some good and bad aspects of the movie.

Bhediya movie Story, Direction

Bhediya movie story

bhediya movie story

Story starts when Bhaskar get a contract to cut off forests of a small state of Arunachal Pradesh. As his superabound Bagga wants to create malls and roads in the name of modernity. Bhaskar moreover joined by his cousin Janna and a localite Jomin.

For this, they started to persuade the localities with the help of a native Raju.

But the story took surprising turn when Bhaskar zest by a wolf and later he starts to behave like a wolf and plane killed two persons.


Varun Dhawan as Bhaskar Sharma.

Paalin Kabak as Jomin.

Abhishek Banerjee as Janardan / Jaana.

Deepak Dobriyal as Panda.

Kriti Sanon as Dr. Anika Mittal.

Saurabh Shukla as Bagga.


varun dhawan in bhediya

Directed by- Amar Kaushik

Produced by-Dinesh Vijan

Writer- Niren Bhatt

With the upkeep of 60 cr, the VFX is on the mark, (even largest than Adhipurush) expressly the scene when a shadow of wolf came out of the fire. And the director tried to fully showcased the eyeful of Arunachal Pradesh .

Moreover the movie moreover tried to requite a small social message well-nigh the problems with north eastern peoples, that how people mocked them by calling “Chinese”.

And it moreover tells well-nigh the eyeful of nature. And how in the name of modernity many peoples trying to destroy the nature.

But if talk well-nigh the negative thing, which is it of its sometimes goof to connect with its audiences. The movie in some scenes felt wearisome and at a time it became predictable.

Only Varun transformation into bhediya , whenever Abhishek Banarjee tries to do silly things and the use of Himesh Reshmiyaa song tera suroor is an entertainment dose.

Furthermore, the biggest surprise of the movie is Rajkumar Rao and Aparshakti Khurrana (sorry for the spoilers). And as it showing the connection with Stree cast. It is a sign for the next sequel of the movie. And if it happens then it would be a treat for the fans to see their Bhediya and Stree together.


deepak dobriyal movie

Varun Dhawan played his role with his full potential but still he needs to work on his comic timings. However the scene when he turns into wolf is really mind boggling.

Even without the main lead is Varun Dhawan, the real hero without the “Bhediya” is Abhishek Banerjee. He literally can make you laugh without saying a word. His presence will let you ignore all the negative aspects of the movie.

Paalin Kabak moreover shines into every scene whatever he did, say it any comic scenes or any emotional scene. He mastered in all.

Deepak Dobriyal had not much to do, but still he made his position in the movie.

And if talk well-nigh Kriti Sanon, then her screen time is less, but she played an important role in the movie.

Songs and Dialogue

The songs are a treat to the ears of the audience. Directors put the songs equal to the situation and not a single song is forced. If you are a music lover, then you can requite a try to its songs.

Moreover, the famous song “Jangal Jangal baat Chali he pata chala he” is placed perfectly.

Is Bhediya worth watching or not?

abhishek banerjee in bhediya

If you loved stree movie, then there is a upper endangerment that you will be entertained here as well. Moreover Bollywood is trying to be experimental, so this is an observable thing.

And if you are a fan of Abhishek banerjee, then you can spent your money on theatre. Because he will not make you disappoint.

Moreover, he was moreover accompanied by Paalin Kabak. And this duo is literally pleasing for our eyes.

Review:- 3/5

So this is my personal opinion for the Varun Dhawan starrer Bhediya. Have you watched this movie? Do share your reviews in the scuttlebutt section below.

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