Bhoomi Review & Rating|
'Bhoomi' is a film directed by Omung Kumar and marks the comeback of Sanjay Dutt after the completion of his jail sentence. The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari who plays Sanjay's daughter and Sharad Kelkar in the negative role. The music of the film is composed by Sachin-Jigar.
Sanjay Dutt plays a blood thirsty father looking for vengeance. He tries to act like a drunk man and fails at it. He does not fit in the movie as this story has been told several times by some exceptional directors and actors. Aditi Rao Hydari, who plays the daughter is crying throughout the movie and it feels like the director had no particular vision for her character.
The director Omung Kumar has made a film that has dialogues full of bad puns and a story that would have worked in the 90's. His casting choices are also questionable especially when he chose to cast Shekhar Suman as Dutt's drinking buddy. The only saving grace of this film is the precision with which Artur Zurawski handles the cinematography.
Verdict: 'Bhoomi' has had a lot of hype as this is supposed to be the comeback film of Sanjay Dutt but given the actor's track record, he definitely deserved a better film. With other films trying to be realistic,'Bhoomi' seems to be stuck in the time where the main lead of the film is always right.
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What is it about?
'Bhoomi' directed by Omung Kumar marks the comeback of Sanjay Dutt to the big screen after completing his jail sentence. The film is the story of a father (Sanjay Dutt) seeking revenge for his daughter (Aditi Rao Hydari) after she is assaulted. The film has been produced by Bhushan Kumar under the T-Series banner and also stars Sharad Kelkar and Sidhant Gupta in supporting roles.
What to expect?
- Sanjay Dutt's Return
Sanjay Dutt has been away from the big screen for a long time and was last seen in Rajkumar Hirani's 'P.K' in which he played a supporting role. With 'Bhoomi', Sanjay plays the lead role in a film after four years and is ready to get the audience excited.
- Omung Kumar's Flawless Direction
Director Omung Kumar has won a National Award for his debut film 'Mary Kom' and his second film 'Sarabjit' was a critical and commercial success, so the audience can expect a great experience with this film.
- Music that gives you goosebumps
The songs of the film have been composed by the hit duo Sachin-Jigar and the background score has been given by Ismail Darbar which will get the audience emotionally involved with the plot of the film.
- Sunny Leone's Special Appearance
Sunny Leone will be seen in this film performing to the already hit song 'Trippy Trippy' which is sung by Neha Kakkar, Benny Dayal, and Badshah.