Bhoomi One Line Review:
A gritty revenge story of attaining redemption of pride and justice featuring striking performances!
Positive Points: An ensemble performance by cast, cinematography, gritty action scenes and a stellar performance by Sanjay Dutt!
Negative Points: Predictable plotline, slower first half, multiple loopholes in the storyline and film’s running time!
Bhoomi Plot Review:
Arun Sachdeva (Sanjay Dutt) is totally invested and busy making all arrangements needed for the wedding of his beloved daughter Bhoomi (Aditi Rao Hydari). It was the moment of joy and celebration and Bhoomi was nervous yet happy as she was marrying the love of her life, Neeraj (Sidhant Gupta) little known about Vishal (Puru Chibber), the one-sided lover, who plans to avenge the rejection and abduct Bhoomi a night before her wedding, drug and rape her, with the help of his cousin Dhulia (Sharad Kelkar). Their world was torn into pieces when Neeraj called off the marriage knowing the girl he loved and is marrying got gang raped. As the story progresses, and both father and daughter went through a lot of disgrace, the injustice! And the film further narrates the gripping tale of revenge and how this father-daughter duo attains justice, in their own way!
Of course, the chemistry between such “Father & Daughter Goal” relationships will make you deeply rooted and stir your emotional spectrum, and it succeeds in it. But the one thing that stands out and makes it noticeably obvious is the predictable plotline, as the story progresses. The narration did make makes some efforts to present something new to the plot! Though, when the flow of story flips and things go catastrophically in the story, you could guess well what will be the story ahead. Elements of the corrupt justice system, an over-powered goon with no one stopping him, stereotypical social norms are indeed the reality that we know but also make story predictable to watch. It would have been better if it had something new to offer in terms of aesthetics, like the courtroom drama in Pink brought new meaning and content to what viewers expected. Although if you are the fan of Sanjay Dutt, you'll be in for a treat, as he delivers one of the finest courtroom monologues he ever performed in his career. And also, if you are a fan of revenge plotline, the story then turns out to be strong as it has the second half that just speaks for revenge and redemption! Good thing, the director didn’t take the super-heroic approach to present everything in over the top manner!Poster of Bhoomi
Bhoomi Direction Review:
Despite the story being predictable at most point and half-way through the film, you would wait for the character to go nuts and take revenge, narration style of Omung Kumar will give you a reason to stick till the end. The screenplay of this film is well written and it was well-painted on screen by the director. There were many moments that were included and executed well which drag you to the moment and make you empathize with the character. And even make you clench the first when the final showdown happens!
Bhoomi Performance Review:
Bhoomi is visually pleasing, no doubt! But it is the performance of the cast that glues you from the start till the