Bheed Review: The Hindi film business has been going through a very difficult time, and the audience has been vehemently rejecting every movie that has recently been launched in theatres. The only movie that has garnered a favourable response from viewers is “Pathaan,” starring Shah Rukh Khan, while Ranbir Kapoor’s “Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar” has so far been able to keep viewers entertained to some degree.
Rajkummar Rao and filmmaker Anubhav Sinha have created the Hindi film “Bheed,” which is based on some real-life events and was entirely shot in monochrome (Black & White). Let’s go into the deep analysis of this film to find out if this risky production was able to keep theatregoers entertained.
After the government declared a lockdown in 2020, many people were forced to go a considerable distance to return to their hometown. In the movie Bheed, the hardships that people from various backgrounds faced in order to get where they were going are the main subject.
Cast & Crew
Rajkummar Rao plays the male protagonist in the film “Bheed,” with Bhumi Pednekar playing the female lead. Dia Mirza, Ashutosh Rana, Pankaj Kapoor, Kritika Kamra, Kumud Mishra, Aditya Shrivastav, Veerendra Saxena, Mahesh Chandra Deva, and Shushil Pandey all have significant roles in the film.
Anubhav Sinha is the writer and director of the film “Bheed”. Anubhav Sinha, Dhrub Kumar Dubey, and Sagar Shirgaonkar are the producers of this film under the Banaras Media Works name. Anurag Saikia composed the film’s score, and Soumik Mukherjee was in charge of the photography. Atanu Mukherjee is in charge of the film’s editing.
|Anubhav Sinha, Dhrub Kumar Dubey, Sagar Shirgaonkar
|Rajkummar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Ashutosh Rana, Pankaj Kapoor, Kritika Kamra, Kumud Mishra & others
Hindi filmmakers have already produced films like “India Lockdown” and a few other web series on various platforms that depict the hardships that people went through during the lockdown that was abruptly declared owing to a pandemic. In some of the movies that have already been released, some filmmakers from various film sectors have used comparable scenes to those in Bheed.
Bheed has an excellent cast whose performances will captivate us throughout the film. This film contains situations that will undoubtedly resonate with many individuals who endured a great deal during the pandemic. There are also situations that depict the darkest aspect of humanity, even when others are in mortal danger. Several parts in the film are based on actual occurrences with some cinematic liberties added, and it is novel to view the entire film in black and white.
When it comes to performances, Rajkummar Rao is one of those actors who can effortlessly depict any role and make it believable, and he does it again with an effortless performance that makes us believe his character’s feelings. As usual, Pankaj Kapoor and Ashutosh Rana were terrific. All other performers, including Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Kritika Kamra, and Kumud Mishra, played their roles as required by their characters.
Technically, Bheed’s film is impressive. The background music composed by Anurag Saikia is appropriate for the on-screen circumstances. The cinematographer Soumik Mukherjee deserves praise for his efforts in selecting the appropriate frames and lighting to film the entire film in black and white. Production values are decent.
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha attempted to incorporate the role of politics, religion, and caste in such lethal situations by creating a drama with profound emotions that resonate with the Indian audience. After the disaster of Anek, the director makes an excellent comeback with Bheed.
Ultimately, Bheed is an emotional drama that may be appreciated for its sincere production and outstanding acting.
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