oomiBhoomi movie revise the history of our country where victim is a female but that there is always a humanity in form of a man to save a girl because she clearly seems helpless.
Bhoomi Cast: Sanjay Dutt, Aditi Rao Hydari, Siddhant Gupta, Sharad Kelkar
Bhoomi Director: Omung Kumar
Bhoomi Rating: 4 Star Rating: Recommended (1/5)
Sanjay Dutt’s comeback after three years in this movie who plays as father who protect his loving daughter.
In the society of our country Bollywood was attempting feminist films in a mature way, after Pink, Bhoomi makes aware.
There was some reasons around Bhoomi, as it was Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film. The film is intended to be a drama about a father who always taking revenge for his daughter’s mistreatment. According to Bollywood style, involving gundas, glitzy item songs with Sunny Leone, and an overdose of emotion.
In this movie Aditi Rao Hydari plays vivacious Bhoomi, the loving daughter of shoemaker Arun Sachdeva, played by Dutt. She is about to get married to Neeraj (Siddhant Gupta), and Dutt is highly excited. Bhoomi and her father have emotional and loving relationship, so loving that every conversation they have, dissolves into tears. The only thing in the story that upsets her about her father is that he drinks every day, but all is forgiven when he gives her new shoes for her wedding, which was a sign of a hardworking father who love her daughter. And he also says, “Kaunsa baap aisa karega, apne beti ke liye?” Emotional blackmail? No, what’s that?
In the movie there are some cheep guy, named Vishal, who watches Bhoomi every day, and has unsuccessfully tried to woo her. Bhoomi has rejected him number of times, but still keeps him around as a friend. She ends her friendship with him when he proposes to her once again before the wedding. Bhoomi slaps him and dumps him in an auto, and sends him home. There they planned something. A tragedy follows. Just before they turn to revenge, Aditi even says, “Rape ho gaya to kya karein? Mombatti le ke baith jaayein ya khud ko aag laga ke chillayein ki hume insaaf chahiye?”
This is where it becomes a Bollywood drama. Dutt handles the revenge in a typical Hulk way, by breaking all the neighbors’ car windows, because there’s no better solution.
The movie has some emotional and embrace portion is that there’s a full courtroom drama scene, where lawyers chastise Bhoomi for staying out late. The film tries to do what Pink did, but fails so miserably that the audience can just cry out like Sanjay Dutt, “Bas karo! Bas!” He yells at the lawyer, of course using the aurat-hoke-dialogue chant. Sigh.
The rest of the story revolves around Dutt taking revenge, on his own terms, because, of course, the audience isn’t familiar with such an idea. Aditi stands safely behind him, and rarely takes much initiative, and that’s ironic, as the film is named after her character. She sobs and keep great pain inside alone but tries to look cheerful, for all of two seconds. If she’s not crying, then Dutt is. He kidnaps villains, and dresses one of them up as a girl, parading him through the streets. Well it is a moral movie. We should watch it.
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