ON 24 June, supernatural horror drama film Bulbbul was released on Netflix India and this movie is so much loved by the audience as well as critics. The film has not much stardom actors in characters but still, this Anushka Sharma and Avnita Dutt’s one and the half-minute movie is a hard slap on nepotism of Bollywood.
Directed bu Anvita Dutt, produced by Anushka Sharma and Karnesh Sharma, Bulbbul is a wonderful supernatural horror movie which is starring Tripti Dimri, Avinash Tiwary, Paoli Dam, Rahul Bose, and Parambrata Chattopadhyay. The movie has none star kids acted in characters still the film leaves an arc on hearts.
Anushka Sharma’s Film Is A Hard Slap on Nepotism of Bollywood
After Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput death, there has been going on criticism on nepotism of Bollywood industry. Due to which Star Kids have now come under the target of all people and a revolt-like atmosphere has been born in Bollywood.
Karan Johar, all the Kapoor’s family kids and actress, Khan’s sons, are now trending target of people and people want to strictly ban them from Bollywood cinema.
Talking about the Anushka Sharma’s Bulbbul storyline, it is about a man, who returns home after years to find his brother’s child bride now grown up and abandoned, and his ancestral village plagued by mysterious deaths, old witches story and the past story of Bulbbul.
Bulbbul Review: Background Music and Visual Details Are Very Haunting
A dark, blood-soaked, free-floating feminist fable. It is a powerfully feminist, revisionist tale of a woman wronged. The movie is easily foreseeable from the very beginning although it will get you hooked within the initial few minutes. Personally we felt there could be more of horror elements in the movie but overall it will keep you hooked till the end.
Actress Tripti Dimri worked so brilliantly, her act is the one to look out for. Paoli Dam is wonderful as Binodini. Avinash Tiwari is another revelation in this Film… Rahul Bose is also great. Parambrata Chattopadhyay is Phenomenal.
Anvita Dutt’s writing and Direction are spots on. The background music and visual details are very haunting. Bulbbul isn’t the sort of spine-chilling film that will spook you out of your mind but it is engaging enough not to ever let you off the hook.