Synopsis: Bheeed is about the wrangle and tumble faced by the people during the Covid-19 lock down. The movie describes the series of event that occurred during the lock down.
|Run Time||1Hr 54 Min|
|Producer||Benaras Media Work|
|Cast||Rajkumar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Pankaj Kapoor, Kritika Kamra.|
Bheed recites the story of migrant workers twig through the lock down with a loss of job, and survival of these people with little money and food.
Bheed plot tells the story of group of migrant workers coming back to their home town. But because of the lock down the borders of the city has been closed.
Police prevents the people from entering the city and the movie further follows the tumble of the people and their resilience to come out of the situation.
The movie set in the lock down time, where a local police officer has been posted to stop the migrants from entering into the city.
Bheed shows the background of the several individuals among the people. The movie is made in such a way to infer the feeling of the people in a more rational way.
Hence we could easily connect with the characters, as we all witnessed and lived through the difficult time.
But the people here are far from their family and home. There is no help coming in sooner. The agony and suffering of the people is well captured.
The story and situations are probably taken from true events. The characters after some point indulge into caste and community discrimination.
Rajkummar Rao as an officer Surya gives delightful performance. He gives life to the character(Who is also from lower-cast) fighting the battle alone. Trying to be a good cop as much as possible in a situation that does not allow him to be.
Bhumi Pedneker plays as a girlfriend of a Rajkummar Rao tries to help the people by providing basic medical camp to the people done her role decently.
Dia Mirza gives a good performance as a mother who wants to join her daughter. The cast ism in the movie gives a strong message to the public.
Other cast members are given a compelling performance, we could feel for so many of them. As said above the story is based on the true events, and could be easily relatable to us.
Anubhav Sinha gives another movie with a strong message. His narration of the movie is made for the feel not for joy. As a movie maker he does a very good job, indeed what we expect him.
The cinematography is good, the movie is made in black and white and suits the situation and drama in the film.
Music by Anurag Saikia is decent and elevates the drama further.
The movie is not a regular fun film to watch. It moves with the steady pace, and introduces us to the character with the story, so that we could feel their pain.
Bheed is like a documentry film, low budget, the real story told in a obligate manner to touch your heart.
Thus Bheed gives a strong message to the people, and will live on your mind and heart for a long time if you watch it.
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