Bhoomi Movie Review: It’s A Pseudo Sensitive Film

Bhoomi Movie Review: It’s A Pseudo Sensitive Film

 

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While the intention of the film might be noble, its crass execution makes it almost unwatchable.

Arun Sachdeva’s (Sanjay Dutt) daughter Bhoomi (Aditi Rao Hydari) is gang raped a day before she’s about to get married. As the case is going on in a court, questions are raised on her character as she comes home late in the night. Not able to take any further humiliation, Arun withdraws the case. It becomes really difficult for Arun & Bhoomi to resume their normal lives as the mohalla feels ‘Bhoomi nein unka naam kharaab kar diya hai’. What happens to them and the rapists after that, is what forms the rest of the story.

This flick aims to be a sensitive film. The fact that Bhoomi tries to live a normal life, after she’s gang raped is inspiring to see. But many insensitive dialogues like ‘Main ise insaaf dilane aaya tha, dobara rape karvane nahin’ and the way it’s executed make you cringe. It also manipulates the audience and after a point you stop caring.

Sanjay Dutt is back on screen after a long time and is in good form. Aditi Rao Hydari acts well. Sharad Kelkar hams. Shekhar Suman is decent.

I had a migraine because of the film. We give it 1.5 stars with no kink.

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Summary: This flick aims to be a sensitive film. The fact that Bhoomi tries to live a normal life, after she’s gang raped is inspiring to see.
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Bhoomi Movie Review: It’s A Pseudo Sensitive Film Pankaj Sabnani This flick aims to be a sensitive film. The fact that Bhoomi tries to live a normal life, after she’s gang raped is inspiring to see.

  While the intention of the film might be noble, its crass execution makes it almost unwatchable. Arun Sachdeva’s (Sanjay Dutt) daught...

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