Bheed Movie Reviews

Read Hindi Movie Bheed Reviews Starring Rajkummar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Dia Mirza, Ashutosh Rana, Pankaj Kapur, Kritika Kamra.
Bheed Movie Reviews
Ratings: 6.28/10

Reviews Counted: 28
22 | 6

Director: Anubhav Sinha
Producer: Anubhav Sinha
Writer: Anubhav Sinha, Saumya Tiwari, Sonali Jain
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 24 March 2023

Monika Rawal Kukreja | Hindustan Times: n/a ⇨ 4/5
Bheed states the facts as is and doesn’t try to lace them with them anything fancy or unreal. A few cinematic liberties definitely would have been taken and understandably so, but never to an extent that it completely washes out the truth ... Full Review

Archika Khurana | Times of India: 3.5/5
Anubhav Sinha, in his cinematic portrayal of a certain phase of the pandemic, comes really close to the real-life trauma faced by thousands ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
While Bheed is well-intentioned, it feels hurriedly written ... Full Review

Rahul Desai | Film Companion: n/a ⇨ 3/5
Most of the cast is excellent, even if the shot-taking descends into arthouse every-frame-a-painting territory. At least the film commits to its crowded ideas ... Full Review

Komal Nahta | Film Information: n/a ⇨ 1/5
Bheed will not attract any sizeable crowds to the cinemas because it is neither hard-hitting nor shocking, which is what such films ought to be ... Full Review

Shubra Gupta | The Indian Express: 2.5/5
With the context missing, this well-intentioned film becomes less than its powerful moving parts ... Full Review

Saibal Chatterjee | NDTV: 4/5
The actors merge with the film's physical space to absolute perfection and achieve phenomenal emotional depth ... Full Review

Cath Clarke | Guardian: 3/5
Taking a scalpel to the caste system, director Anubhav Sinha exposes how sub-castes and other divisions stamp out solidarity ... Full Review

Shubham Kulkarni | Koimoi: 3/5
Bheed is a confusing watch, but it does have its merit, and it cannot be ignored ... Full Review

Anna MM Vetticad | First Post: 2.75/5 ⇨ 3/5
Anubhav Sinha has earned a reputation for questioning the a time when it has become dangerous to do so... Cinematically, (Bheed) shines only sporadically, but as a mark of defiance against a repressive regime, it is remarkable ... Full Review

Grace Cyril | India Today: 3.5/5
Bheed will choke you with tears and will leave a lump in your throat. The film will make you realise how privileged you were during the Covid-19 pandemic times. If you want to know the raw truth about those who were homeless during the Covid days, then Bheed can be your pick ... Full Review

Deepa Gahlot | Rediff: 3/5
Even with its many shortcomings, the film makes some crucial points about the old problems that modern India is still unable to shake off ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: n/a ⇨ 2.5/5
Bheed equally suffers from its hesitancy to follow through on its convictions ... Full Review

Carla Hay | Culture Mix: n/a ⇨ 3.5/5
Bheed offers a realistic and sometimes alarming look at how social class structures and prejudices can affect people in a crisis. It's a rare COVID-19 pandemic drama that isn't crassly exploitative of this deadly pandemic ... Full Review

Devesh Sharma | Filmfare: 4/5
There’s a lesson for everyone in the film. The first and foremost lesson being how deeply ingrained the caste divide is ... Full Review

Namrata Joshi | Screen International: n/a ⇨ 3/5
What Bheed might lack in depth and nuance, it makes up for with an underlying sense of urgency ... Full Review

Kartik Bhardwaj | Cinema Express: 3/5
A compelling tale of the migrant crisis, sanitised of any political commentary ... Full Review

Amit Bhatia | ABP Live: 3.5/5
Painstakingly Captures The Torment Of Corona. Every actor in this movie does an incredible job. Rajkummar Rao is excellent as a cop. He fits every role with ease ... Full Review

Sanchita Jhunjhunwala | Zoom TV: 3/5
The film is not too long, and it starts off with facts, and on a heavy note, but ends at an equally heavy note (in a different context), and what happens in between are stories of struggles, of finding a way to home, of class, and caste. If you feel strongly about all those things, the film will stir up a bunch of emotions within you ... Full Review

Joyeeta Mitra | India TV: 3/5
Anubhav Sinha captured all the motion in the crowd which probably touched everyone's life. There are many such scenes that make the eyes moist. Some dialogues touch the heart ... Full Review

Telangana Today: n/a ⇨ 4/5
The film is a must see. It is a deep analysis. No, it is not a sob opera or even a crime thriller with a dance, song, and romance. This is a signature Anubhav Sinha and Rajkummar Rao (predictably brilliant) and a heavy cocktail that lovers of good cinema will miss at their own peril ... Full Review

Lehren: 2.5/5
Crowded With Too Many Tracks. Critics will call it a landmark film, fit for citations and trophies. The audience will probably stay away ... Full Review

Pooja Biraia Jaiswal | The Week: 5/5
A hard-hitting portrayal of plight of migrant labourers during Covid-19. The movie gives voice to the voiceless ... Full Review

Pratikshya Mishra | The Quint: 3.5/5
A Poignant & Gripping Look Into Tragedy and Human Nature ... Full Review

Shomini Sen | WIONews: n/a ⇨ 4/5
Bheed is not to be missed at any cost. It is gut-wrenching, and brings back horrific memories but still an important film of our times ... Full Review

Aswin Bharadwaj | Lens Men Reviews: 3/5
What was great about Bheed was the prominence of a good story that talks about the caste-based political reality of our country ... Full Review

Rohit Bhatnagar | Free Press Journal: 3/5
Bheed is sublime in its own way but also holds an underlying controversial viewpoint ... Full Review

Sameer Ahire | Movie Talkies: 1.5/5
As a whole, this is an awfully bad film. Not your noses, but your eyes need those masks to protect you from this ... Full Review

Sameer Ahire | Movie Talkies: 1.5/5
As a whole, this is an awfully bad film. Not your noses, but your eyes need those masks to protect you from this ... Full Review

Sameer Ahire | Movie Talkies: 1.5/5
As a whole, this is an awfully bad film. Not your noses, but your eyes need those masks to protect you from this ... Full Review

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