Not just a film, Bhavesh Joshi is an emotion, passionate protest and need of the hour
Hero paida nahi hota, banta hai!
Achhi filmein paida nahi hoti, banani padti hai.
So yeah, this vigilante story seems personal, is relatable and convincing because it is made in a realistic way.
Our very own real and desi super hero and his super powers makes a good connect with the audience. Because the film tells you that every man is a hero and we don’t need super powers to fight, we need intent.
Watch it If you like -
Good performances, Good intent, Realistic portrayal, Interesting action and happenings keeps you hooked throughout
But Beware of -
Climax needed more strength, A little dragged in parts
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You expect solid content and idea, and a different genre coming when you have Vikramaditya Motwane on the director’s chair. Post ‘Trapped’, Motwane has experimented with super heroes this time.
We all have seen them in Hollywood and Bollywood flicks, but Motwane gives us a mirror and makes us stand in front of it. If one of use ever revolts, we would be another Bhavesh Joshi, the film is that relatable.
Alekh (Story) – Patkatha (Screenplay)
But it’s not all a director’s job, content is the king mastered by good vizier (wazir) like VikramAditya.
And that’s what the film maker knows as well and may be very reason why it gives the writer’s name first in the credit list, even before the Producer credits.
As seen from trailer, the story is about three friends who fight against wrongdoings. So why they decide to fight, and the climax of the film seems a bit weak, but what they fight and how they do it, is interesting.
The super hero aura created is so realistic and simple. Everything in the film is done almost exactly like it is some real story, be it the fights or the chases. The action scenes are so well designed that you keep thinking what will happen next, they aren’t executed like typical, boring and unstoppable combat
Everything is simple, and yet interesting because of the way it is implemented.
Harshvardhan is here to play big innings this time. With no super powers and just intent in his role, with no restrains and just flow in his act, the actor will win your heart. And he looked amazingly handsome. Another actor to watch is Priyanshu Painyuli, he is so electrifying in his performance and we wish his screen time was more. It is roles and performances like Priyanshu’s that make the lead role even more impactful.
Ashish Verma was equally effective. And the best part is the bad guys are all convincing. When villains are tough, it looks more believable and exciting.
Geet Sangeet (Music)
The background score is so intriguing and sometimes so cool that it makes the scene more interesting.
Nirnay (FilmyCurry Verdict)
The film makes your belief in yourself stronger, makes your belief in doing right stronger.
It’s real, it’s like you never know your neighbor might be a super hero too. The movie will stay in your mind and will make you think and if that is achieved then the director has achieved his vision.
The way things are going not because of the country but because of the people it gives shelter to, that day is not far where in every corner we will have a Bhavesh Joshi.