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Bhimaa movie review: Regular Mass entertainer with Extraordinary climax

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Movie: Bhimaa
Rating: 2.75/5
Cast:   Priya Bhavani Shankar, Malvika Sharma, Nassar, Naresh
Director: A Harsha
Produced By: K. K. Radhamohan
Release Date: March 8th, 2024

Gopichand, who is in serious need of a box office hit has managed to impress the audience with something interesting in the form of Bhimaa. The trailer has managed to impress the audience and has created a good buzz. He will be seen as a dynamic cop in the movie. While he has played a cop a few times in his career, the other look from the promotional materials has created great curiosity about the film. Let’s see if the film packs enough punch to impress the audience and get Gopichand that elusive hit.


A section of people in Mahendragiri village want to create Sanjeevani, which gives life to the dead, and aims to rule the entire world. To achieve this, they conduct experiments on children and commit numerous murders. The plot revolves around how Bhimaa, with the help of Rama and God, saves the children and defeats the evil forces.

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As the title goes, Gopichand is the soul of the movie and has the duty of carrying the movie on his shoulders. He has done a great job in both characters and manages to impress both as Bhimaa and Rama. Nasser has done a solid job as always and is the other noteworth performance in the film. The rest of supporting cast including Priya Bhavani Shankar and Malavika Sharma have nothing new to offer.

The interval action block is well-designed, revealing the character of Rama. The second half delves into Rama’s story and character, detailing the separation of the brothers and their background. However, the emotional impact is lacking, and the second half also proceeds on an ordinary note. Nonetheless, the last 30 minutes are well-crafted.


  • Gopichand’s performance and Screen presence
  • Music and Action episodes
  • Interval and Climax
  • Commercial elements


  • Lack of strong emotional connect
  • Weak comedy and songs
  • Routine 1st half


The movie begins on an interesting note with an explanation of Parashurama’s story and the setting of Mahendragiri, where the temple has been closed for the past 50 years. The powerful entry of Bhimaa adds to the intrigue. These elements generate good interest in the story, but it devolves into regular mass masala with mediocre comedy and songs. The track becomes routine, with predictable warnings. Overall, the commercial elements could have been presented in a novel way with an emotional connect.

Bhimaa Movie Verdict:

Bhimaa’s climax is a heavy mass sequence with a mix of divine elements and thumping music. It compensates for the film’s flaws, making it a decent watch, especially for mass lovers.

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