Movie – Bheed
Director- Anubhav Sinha
Starcast- Rajkumar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Kritika Kamra, Ashutosh Rana
Rating – 3.5
Bheed Movie Review: The Corona era contains so much in itself that it is a bit difficult to describe in words, but Anubhav Sinha has tried to show it in his film ‘Bheed’. Year 2020, a time which completely divided the people of the society. People were forced to be imprisoned in their homes against their will, only despair and troubles everywhere. This time proved to be difficult for most of the working class. During the complete lockdown in the country, many such pictures came in front of us, after seeing which everyone’s heart melted. ‘Bheed’ is based on this painful scene. So let’s know how is the film…
The problems of the laborers are shown prominently in the story of the film. Those who left their village and came to the city in search of livelihood. But the lockdown in the country devastated them in such a way that they were forced to go back to their villages. Somehow he left to go to his home, but due to the fear of Corona, the state borders were closed. Due to which reaching home, you yearn for food and drink. In these circumstances, Diya Mirza wants to cross the UP border to pick up her daughter as her daughter studies in another state, but she gets stuck there. At the same time, a girl is unable to see the condition of her sick father and travels many kilometers by sitting on his bicycle.
Rajkumar Rao works to extend a helping hand to the people as duty incharge but casteism comes in the way here too. Bhumi Pednekar as a doctor makes every effort to help people. Everyone’s life is entangled in different troubles. Some are worried for their daughter, some’s father is ill, some want to go home and some are swinging between their duty and humanity. There are only difficulties everywhere, difficulties for which there is no solution.
Rajkumar Rao is known for his excellent acting, here also he has done a great job as expected. Bhumi Pednekar has also left a different mark in the character of the doctor. Diya has also done wonderful acting in the role of a mother. Ashutosh Rana has also done a great job in the role of a senior police officer.
After films like ‘Article 15’, ‘Mulk’ and ‘Thappad’, Anubhav Sinha is once again present to show the mirror to the society. This time also he has done a great job. Some scenes of the film will make your eyes moist. Each scene has a special message in itself. Good work has been done on the dialogues. Despite being completely black and white, the film manages to leave a deep impression on your mind and makes you aware of the painful reality of that terrible period of 2020.