Bhimaa Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

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Bhimaa Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew
  • Rating:
    2 out of 5 (2/5)
  • Director:
    A. Harsha
  • Cast:
    Gopichand, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Malvika Sharma
  • Banner:
    Sri Sathya Sai Arts
  • Producer:
    K. K. Radhamohan
  • Music:
    Ravi Basrur
  • Release Dt :
    Mar, 08 2024

Bhimaa Story

In the riveting action-packed thriller "Mahendragiri," the notorious duo Bhavani and Rudra spread fear and chaos in the town with their brutal ways, silencing anyone who opposes them with extreme violence. When the fearless and determined cop Bhima, portrayed by Gopichand, is assigned to Mahendragiri, the power dynamics in the town are set to shift dramatically. As Bhima delves deeper into the dark underbelly of Mahendragiri, he uncovers the extensive network of illegal activities orchestrated by Bhavani and Rudra. However, amidst the high-stakes battle between good and evil, Bhima finds himself entangled in an emotional web involving his love interest and family. The rest of the film is all about their clash and how Bhimaa wins in the battle.

Bhimaa Analysis

Bhimaa Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

A Harsha, an acclaimed director in the Kannada film industry, makes his debut in Telugu cinema with Bhimaa. This movie combines elements of mass action and fantasy, and it begins with an intriguing backstory set in a temple. However, it quickly transitions into a predictable storyline filled with mass action sequences and comedic moments. The main issue with the film arises as soon as the hero is introduced. The narrative constantly shifts between comedy and seriousness, which creates a lack of coherence. While it is acceptable to have a fun fight scene for the hero's introduction, it undermines the credibility of the villain, who is initially portrayed as a formidable force but quickly becomes a joke.

The scattered comedic moments work in small doses, but when they overpower the serious and dramatic moments, it becomes difficult to take the film seriously. The involvement of the heroine in the subsequent storyline further diminishes the hero's character. However, if we disregard the entertainment aspect, Bhimaa does have its moments. The action scenes are typical for this genre, but they are effective. The most intriguing parts of the film occur before and during the interval, where the audience's curiosity surrounding the action reaches its peak. It is during this time that we learn the true reasons behind the presence of the additional oil tanker and the dangers associated with tracking it.

The second half of the film is what captures our interest. It takes us to a new setting and reveals the complete story, shedding light on some poorly edited scenes from the first half. However, once everything is revealed, the plot becomes predictable. The only important relationship between the main characters holds our attention. This is where the fantasy element comes into play. The film combines different cliches from commercial cinema, which may seem excessive and overdone. However, certain aspects may appeal to fans of mass movies, as long as their expectations are not too high. The ending feels like a routine attempt to provide closure to the audience, lacking freshness and feeling tired. Overall, Bhimaa follows the typical formula of a mass film, with a small twist. The action scenes are effective, but the outdated drama and cringe-worthy comedy overshadow them. In the end, Bhimaa is a movie that is strictly for hardcore fans of mass cinema.


Gopichand takes on the role of a cop in Bhimaa, a departure from his usual roles. He appears in great shape and effortlessly embodies the character. As always, Gopichand excels in the action sequences, bringing a high level of intensity. Bhimaa offers a slightly different experience for the actor, although it doesn't leave a lasting impression. Gopichand comfortably navigates through the film, meeting the requirements of his role. The movie features Priya Bhavani Shankar and Malvika Sharma as the female leads. Shankar brings glamour to her character, while Sharma delivers a critical emotional scene with finesse. Both actresses fulfill their respective roles adequately.

The film also includes appearances by senior actors Naresh, Nassar, Vennela Kishore, Chammak Chandra, Sapthagiri, Mukesh Tiwary, Poorna, and others in small roles. Kishore starts off strong but is soon pushed to the background, while the rest have limited screen time. Although many characters initially show promise, they are not developed further and feel underdeveloped.

The music and background score for Bhimaa are provided by Ravi Basrur, known for his work in the film KGF. Some sections of the score are effective, while the majority is overly loud. The cinematography is commendable, although the editing presents a blend of quality. Particularly in the first half, there is a lack of consistent tone and certain scenes appear hastily assembled. The writing is typical for a mainstream film. The action choreography is well-executed.

Bhimaa Final Word

Bhimaa is a regular and poorly written commercial entertainer with some loud action. One more disappointment from Gopichand.

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