Bagheera Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Bagheera Review: Prabhudeva is well recognised for his dancing as well as his movement. He made an impression with his acting in several movies, and his final appearance was in Poikkal Kuthirai, a poorly received picture. He received appreciation for his work. Now that his long-delayed picture Bagheera has been released, let’s jump right into the full assessment to determine whether or not the movie is worthwhile.

Bagheera Review


The cops learn that Bagheera is the crazy killer’s real name after she kills several women and targets them. The twist in the story that Bagheer does not exist and has multiple personality disorder emerges after learning the killer’s shocking backstory. The Bagheera’s past must be depicted in the movie.

Cast & Crew

Amyra Dastur, Ramya Nambeesan, Janani Iyer, Sanchita Shetty, Gayathrie Shankar, Sakshi Agarwal, Sonia Agarwal, Sai Kumar, Nassar, and Pragathi all performed significant roles in addition to Prabhudeva, who played the major character. The movie was written and directed by Adhik Ravichandran, with Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam handling the camerawork. Ganesan S composed the soundtrack, and R.V. Bharathan under the auspices of Bharathan Productions produced the movie.

Movie NameBagheera 
DirectorAdhik Ravichandran
Music DirectorGanesan S
GenrePsychological Thriller
CastPrabhudeva, Amyra Dastur, Ramya Nambeesan, Janani Iyer, and others
Cinematography Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam


The movie has an intriguing beginning, and the major plot is introduced quickly after. The first half of the book is filled with so much drama that it keeps us interested in the story for a while, but you won’t understand why until you reach the pre-climax. Bagheera is a hybrid of several other genres because it begins as an investigative thriller, transitions to a romance, and then erupts into action. It turns out to be a psychological suspense novel with a few surprises.

The speed of the screenplay and story should have been much better, but the second half, where the few significant turns occur, keeps us riveted for a while. There are a few places where the movie reminds us of Manmadhan’s movie, but Prabhudeva is its only redeeming quality. The movie does a good job at handling the emotional component, yet it still rings true. All the dots are nicely connected in the satisfying climax.

Prabhudeva has just nailed it; portraying seven personas is difficult, and he had plenty of room to behave and display a variety of emotions. Amyra Dastur appears glamorous but does not perform; Ramya Nambeesan and Janani Iyer both have significant screen time and perform admirably. Sanchita Shetty, Gayathrie Shankar, Sakshi Agarwal, Sonia Agarwal, Sai Kumar, Nassar, and Pragathi were among the remaining performers who gave it their best effort in accordance with the demands of the plot.

Although Adhik Ravichandran did a great job with the presentation and created an intriguing plot, he needs to pay attention to the narrative and pacing. He partially succeeded in holding the audience’s attention, but

Technically, Bagheera looks ok; the cinematography by Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam is solid; the background soundtrack by Ganesan S falls flat; and the rest of the technical team does their best.

Bagheera is essentially Prabhu Deva’s solo performance.

Plus Points:

  • Plot
  • Prabhudeva Performance
  • Few Twists

Minus Points:

  • Pace of the screenplay
  • Music

Rating: 2.75/5

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