Bhakshak movie review: Bhumi Pednekar plays a fearless journalist in riveting crime drama with hard-hitting storytelling

Om Sharma
By Om Sharma 2 Min Read

FEBRUARY 10, 2024

“Bhakshak movie review: Bhumi Pednekar showcases her prowess and range as an actor once again, transitioning seamlessly from Thank You For Coming to Bhakshak.”

“Bhakshak” movie review: Right from the first scene, you know Bhakshak is not going to be an easy watch. It’s dark, disturbing and distressing, leaving a lump in your throat many times. Based on true events, this Bhumi Pednekar-starrer gives a glimpse into the dark underbelly of a girls’ shelter home, unearthing painful realities of what happens behind closed doors.

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Directed by Pulkit, “Bhakshak” takes a nuanced approach in depicting the harrowing reality of crimes hidden within the shadows of small-town India. Instead of relying on gratuitous violence, the film strategically employs gut-wrenching scenes and dialogues to underscore the severity of the crimes, creating a lasting impact on the audience.

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At the heart of “Bhakshak” is the unwavering determination of investigative journalist Vaishali Singh, portrayed with conviction by Bhumi Pednekar. Despite facing resistance and discouragement from authorities, Vaishali fearlessly pursues the truth, uncovering the dark underbelly of a girls’ shelter home in Munnawarpur, Bihar, and exposing its owner, Bansi Sahu, and his cohorts.

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While “Bhakshak” occasionally loses momentum and succumbs to familiar crime drama tropes, it remains a compelling narrative driven by powerful performances. Bhumi Pednekar shines as the tenacious Vaishali, supported by a strong cast including Aditya Srivastava and Sai Tamhankar. Through its thought-provoking storytelling, “Bhakshak” ignites important conversations about systemic corruption and the pursuit of justice, making it a significant addition to the crime thriller genre.

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