Apart from Bollywood movies ‘Simran’ and ‘Lucknow Central’, there is south film which has become talk of the town – ‘Bharjari’. The Kannada movie has been in buzz, thanks to its amazing star cast – Dhruva Sarja, Rachita Ram and Hariprriya. The romantic film directed by Chethan Kumar hit the theatres on Friday, September 15 and fans been rushing to nearby cinema halls to watch the film. Dhruva’s film is usually a big hit amongst the audience but this time due to the weak narrative, it has received mixed response from the critics. Read some of the reviews below:
Bangalore Mirror: The first half of the film is spent finding a girl to fall in love. A rich girl then falls for this ‘middle class’ boy who has also failed in SSLC. Somehow this guy ‘writes’ an exam to join the Army, eligibility be damned. That is the beauty of commercial films. The second half of the film is his damsel-in-distress rescue saga. Cliche after cliched scene pass by. All the commercial plot points that were successful in the last few years like uniting estranged feudal families and revelation of a high class birth of an ordinary chap are tucked in. Dhruva is a star and his selection skills will be put to severe test. (ALSO READ: Simran Movie Review: Kangana Ranaut Shines Once Again With Her Endearing And Flawless Performance)
Times of India: Chethan Kumar and Dhruva Sarja teamed up for Bahaddur for the first time and delivered a hit. This time around, the duo have teamed up for another extravagant massy family entertainer. And Bharjari has nearly all the necessary commercial elements needed that appease the audience. In the end, the film leaves one entertained and the comedy, action and romance are enough to get that paisa vasool tag. (ALSO READ: Lucknow Central Movie Review: Farhan Akhtar’s Out Of Sync Band Strikes No Chord)
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