Bheed Movie Review: Striking Drama That Will Melt Your Heart

Bheed Movie Review: The film brings forward the grave reality of Indian society


Bheed Movie Review: Bheed exemplifies the caste conflict that runs over everything in India including the pandemic that killed thousands across the world. The film gets overwhelming at times and you may feel that there is too much of a burden that the film unloads on you.

Bheed Movie Review Rating: ⭐⭐⭐

Bheed Movie Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Ashutosh Rana, Pankaj Kapoor and the ensemble

Bheed Movie Director: Anubhav Sinha

Bheed Movie Plot: Chaos, violence and fear erupts when East Indian workers hit a checkpoint during a COVID-19 lockdown that restricts travel in this dramatic film.

Bheed Movie Review: Striking Drama That Will Melt Your Heart

Bheed Movie Review

Bheed is too close to the Lockdown’s actual trauma for comfort. Anubhav Sinha, the director of Bheed is known for shooting films which take on controversial topics. His movies have always received a mixed response and Bheed is not going to be any different. A lot of people will find it too close to reality and completely interesting while others will find it too much of a drama played on the lives of migrant workers and class – class conflict in Indian society.

Sinha and his incredibly articulate cameraperson (Soumik Mukherjee) make excellent use of the black-and-white palette to convey how desperate the situation was at the time, when all borders were closed to thousands of migrants attempting to return home.

Anubhav Sinha doesn’t dwell on the desperation of these foot soldiers as they trudged home for days without water, food, or sanitary napkins. In this story of instinctive survival, there is no room for sentimentality.

Sinha keeps it under control. Anubhav Sinha, Saumya Tiwari, and Sonali Jain’s writing is neither sensationalised nor politicised. The events unfold as if foretold, but there is still a sense of shock at the migrants’ plight. Sinha shoots the mobs with vigour, but there is a sense of dread and despair in the individual faces whenever the camera zooms in on a random face.

However, Bheed feels top powerful at times. It means more of a documentary than a feature film. Cinema is expected to bring entertainment to the people which is somewhat missing in this drama. You may love to watch it on a digital streaming platform about 2-3 months later but in the cinema hall you will find this film too much to handle.

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