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Bhaiyya Ji
Bhaiyya Ji
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Bhaiyya Ji Movie Review: BHAIYYA JI rests on a decent first half and Manoj Bajpayee's massy performance.

Bhaiyya Ji Movie Rating

BHAIYYA JI rests on a decent first half and Manoj Bajpayee’s massy performance, but the film fails to impress

Rating : 2.0
May 24, 2024 Bhaiyya Ji BHAIYYA JI rests on a decent first half and Manoj Bajpayee's massy performance
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Bhaiyya Ji Review {2.0/5} & Review Rating

Star Cast: Manoj Bajpayee, Zoya Hussain, Suvinder Vicky, Jatin Goswami

Bhaiyya Ji

Director: Apoorv Singh Karki

Bhaiyya Ji Movie Synopsis:
BHAIYYA JI is the story of a man on a rampage. Ram Charan (Manoj Bajpayee) is a wealthy man who resides in a town in Bihar with his mother (Bhagirathi Bai) and brother Vedant (Akash Makhija). He's all set to get married to Mitali (Zoya Hussain). Vedant is away in Delhi and is returning the next day. He's constantly in touch with Ram Charan until the time he reaches the railway station in Delhi. Suddenly, he stops picking up the call. When Ram Charan is unable to contact him the next day, he gets worried. He gets a call from a Delhi cop, Magan (Vipin Sharma), informing him that Vedant has met with an accident. Ram Charan flies to Delhi instantly only to learn that Vedant is no more. Magan claims that Vedant was heavily drunk and suddenly came to the middle of the road. This is when he was hit by a car. Ram Charan refuses to buy this story as he knows that Vedant was not an alcoholic. And he is proved right when he meets Vedant's friends who confirm that Vedant was killed by Abhimanyu (Jatin Goswami), son of the very influential person, Chandrabhan Singh (Suvinder Vicky). Ram Charan is shattered as Vedant meant the world to him. Ram Charan's mother instigates him to finish those who killed Vedant. This is when it comes to light that Ram Charan, at one point, was a very violent person. He gave it up on the insistence of his dying father. But due to the circumstances, he's compelled to take up arms again and fight Abhimanyu and Chandrabhan Singh. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

Bhaiyya Ji Movie Story Review:
Deepak Kingrani's story is routine. Deepak Kingrani's screenplay shows some flashes of novelty initially. But it soon turns out to be flawed. Deepak Kingrani's dialogues are okay but, in a few scenes, they are clapworthy.

Apoorv Singh Karki's direction is average. To give credit where it's due, the first half has some arresting moments. One does feel the pain and anger when Ram Charan's world comes crashing down. The manner in which Ram Charan picks up the spade is massy and exciting. The use of the 'Bhaiyya Ji' symbol is unique and adds to the fun. Even the confrontation between Ram Charan and Chandrabhan Singh is memorable.

However, things go downhill in the second half. The first half depicts Ram Charan as a man with an insane following in his hometown. Yet, Ram Charan is left alone when he gets shot and is secretly given treatment. One might argue that since he got injured in Chandrabhan's area, it was difficult for Ram Charan to get help. But then how do you explain that in the climax, the villain infiltrates Ram Charan's haveli and kidnaps his mother? Why didn't Bhaiyya Ji's army attack the villain, knowing that he had many die-hard supporters in thousands out there? Also, the action scenes are not well-edited.

Bhaiyya Ji (Trailer) Manoj Bajpayee, Zoya Hussain | Apoorv Singh Karki

Bhaiyya Ji Movie Performances:
Manoj Bajpayee, however, is in top form. This is the first time he has entered the massy zone and yet, he comes out with flying colours. Zoya Hussain doesn't have much to do initially but later on, she leaves a mark. Jatin Goswami and Suvinder Vicky do well as the antagonists. Bhagirathi Bai is a bit over-the-top. Vipin Sharma raises laughs. Akash Makhija lends able support. Jai Hind (Pandit) is decent. Anand Acharya (Bhola) and Amrendra Sharma (Niyaz) are okay.

Bhaiyya Ji music and other technical aspects:
Songs don't register, be it 'Chakka Jaam' or 'Baagh Ka Kareja' or 'Gentleman' or 'Bhai Ke Biyog'. Sandeep Chowta's background score, however, is exhilarating

Arjun Kukreti's cinematography is neat. S Vijayan Master's action has a South feel and it works. Boishali Sinha and Rajat Poddar's production design is satisfactory. Hari Singh Nakkai and Avani Pratap Gumber's costumes are realistic. Sumeet Kotian's editing is not up to the mark. The action scenes seem disjointed in some places. Also, the editor could have done away with the scene of the mother immersing Vedant's bat for a faster narrative.

Bhaiyya Ji Movie Conclusion:
On the whole, BHAIYYA JI rests on a decent first half and Manoj Bajpayee’s massy performance. However, the film fails to impress due to flawed script and poor editing.

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