Bhootaddam Bhaskar Narayana Movie Review

  • Published Mar 01, 2024 | 7:35 PMUpdated Mar 01, 2024 | 7:35 PM
  • Published Mar 01, 2024 | 7:35 PMUpdated Mar 01, 2024 | 7:35 PM
Bhootaddam Bhaskar Narayana Movie Review


Bhaskar Narayana (Shiva Kandukuri) becomes a detective at a small age because he vows to prove the innocence of his brother, who commits suicide because of a murder case. No matter how hard he tries, Bhaskar never gets the recognition as a detective and even his parents see him as good for nothing guy. Bhaskar, who solves some cases and, helps the local police, stumbles upon a serial killer case who kills girls and takes their heads away. The police and Bhaskar fail to get a single clue about the murders. It is in this order that they know that these are sacrifices and not murders. Bhaskar tries to find who is doing these murders, and why is who doing it? The rest of the film concentrates on whether he can solve the case and prove his mettle as a detective.


Shiva Kandukuri was decent in the title role, Rashi Singh was good while Arun Kumar, Devi Prasad, Varshini Soundararajan, Shiva Kumar, Shafi, Sivannarayana, Kalpalatha and others were fine.


The director Purushottam Raj has made the film with a very new story. There is an interesting backdrop of Indian mythology and the way detective’s story is linked to mythology gives the audience a very thrilling experience. The film tales it’s ok own time to get into the grove after an exciting start. The film goes into a serious mood ever since the serial killer’s track gets importance. The director has made his best efforts to make a new kind of thriller.


The reason for hero becoming the detective was well established, and the emotion behind this track comes good at an important episode of the film. The investigation part in the second half, entire track of serial killer and its link with the Indian Mythology was intriguing.


Some scenes in the first half are routine, and the comedy of the hero’s friend character looked unnecessary in a few places. Even some scenes in the second half seem to be stretched. The investigation also seems cinematic in some places. The director succeeded in increasing the curiosity in the audience without revealing the suspense until the climax, but when finally the actor was revealed the effect was not up to the mark.


Last Line: Slightly mislaid but thrilling