Bhakshak Review. Bhumi Pednekar’s film ‘Bhakshak’ is a slap on the face of society and justice system.

Bhakshak Review.  Bhumi Pednekar’s film ‘Bhakshak’ is a slap on the face of society and justice system.


Actress Bhumi Pednekar’s film ‘Bhaksak’ has been released on Netflix. The audience is liking this film based on true events very much. The film and star cast are being praised a lot on social media. Apart from Bhumi, Aditya Srivastava, Sai Tamhankar, Sanjay Mishra, Tanisha Mehta, Vibha Chhibber and Durgesh Kumar are seen playing important roles in the film.

story of the film

The story of the film revolves around a freelance TV reporter Vaishali Singh (Bhumi Pednekar) and her colleague Bhaskar (Sanjay Mishra). Both of them are busy exposing the wrongs happening to the girls behind the closed doors of the orphanage. This work is being done by a big and powerful man Bansi Sahu (Aditya Srivastava). The film depicts the story of saving minor orphan girls from the clutches of Sahu. How a journalist has to face political fear, threats and social pressure while exposing such cases is shown in this film.

How is the movie?

The film begins with a very disturbing scene. This scene can be imprinted in the minds of many people and you may find it difficult to come out of it for many days. Strong language has been used with strong scenes in ‘Bhaksa’. As the story of the film progresses, it raises questions and challenges our society, journalism, humanity and the justice system. The film is based on real life incidents, which have been depicted brilliantly by director Pulkit. Bhumi Pednekar has played the role of a journalist very well and other actors have also given excellent performances to their roles.



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