Bhaagamathie Movie Review And Rating

Cast :

Anushka Shetty
Unni Mukundan
Asha Sarath
Prabhas Srinu
Murali Sharma

Crew :

Written and Directed by :Ashok G
Produced By :V Vamsi Krishna Reddy, Uppalapati Pramod, KE Gnanavelraja
Banner : Studio Green, UV Creations
Music Composed by  : SS Thaman
Production Designer : Raveendar
Editing by :Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao
Executive Producer : Sundeep N
Cinematography by : Madhie
Choreography by  : Vishwa Raghu
Stunts by : Jashuva

Review :

Chanchala (Anushka), an IAS officer serving sentence on the charges of murder, is sent to an old bungalow called Bhaagamathie, which is located in a thick forest. Meanwhile a CBI officer (Asha Sharath) is interrogating Chanchala. The CBI officer wants to get some evidence against Minister Eeshwara Prasad (Jayaram). Since Chanchala was personal secretary to the minister, she is being interrogated.

Once Chanchala lands in the bungalow, she gets possessed by the queen Bhaagamathie, who died long back. The police officers don’t believe her first thinking that she must be creating drama to get out from here. After some incidents, they start believing that she is possessed by the spirit. Twist in the tale comes a bit later. Why has Chanchala created this whole setup is revealed in later portions.

Anushka has played two different shades of the same character – Chanchala and Bhaagamathie. Anushka steals the show. This ranks one of her best performances though there is hardly any new angle. Jayaram shines in an important role. Unni Mukundan had a limited role but makes his presence felt. Asha Sharath is good as the CBI officer. Murali Sharma, Prabhas Srinu and Dhanraj did justice to their respective roles.
Thaman’s background score that is a major asset. He has elevated the movie at many places. Madhie's cinematography is top notch.

Rating - 3/5