Release date : January 26, 2018
Star Cast: Anushka Shetty, Unni Mukundan, Jayaram
Director : G. Ashok
Producer : V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy, Pramod, K. E. Gnanavel Raja
Music Director : S. Thaman
Bhaagamathie is horror thriller, Bhaagamathie character has been promoted quite aggressively all over. This film was directed by G Ashok, the film has released the screens today. Let’s see whether the film was impressing the audience or not
Jayaram(Eshwar Prasad) is an honest minister who appoints Chanchala Anushka(IAS) as his personal secretary. As story passes by, he opposes the high command for a cause. In order to keep him down, Chanchala was targetted by government. In an undisclosed location called Bhaagamathie bungalow they take Chanchala. Upon their investigation, they get the shock of their lives when they start to see Chanchala’s behaviour is changed like Bhaagamathie. Who is this Bhaagamathie? What does she have to do with Chanchala? and what is the twist behind the whole political set up? To know the answers, you have to watch the film on the silver screen..
Anushka is a major highlight of the film.
Anushka gives a riveting performance during the interval block with her fierce looks and dialogue modulation.
Minus Points :
Though the first half of the film starts on an interesting note.
it falls flat after ten minutes and further proceedings look a bit dragged with slow-paced narration
The film has a familiar plot and there is nothing new story
Technical Aspects :
High production values of the film gives a rich look to the Bhaagamathie. The most of the film happens in a Bhaagamathie bungalow, the set work and ambiance look pretty good. Art director Ravindra has worked hard and his detailing appears on the screen.The background score of the Thaman is pretty impressive and creates the necessary effect. Cenematography of the film is okay. But a few scenes during the first half could have been chopped off. Cinematography by R. Madhi is top notch as the color texture and framing used elevates the film’s mood completely.
The director Ashok could have narrated the first half on an entertaining note with some comedy, things would have been even better.
Tollywoodmojo Rating : 3.5/5