Sanjay Dutt comeback film ‘Bhoomi’ is a kind of story remake Mahesh Manjrekar’s ‘Pitaah’ (2002) which dealt with same plot of daughter’s rape avenged by her dad and is an insult to ‘Damini’ (1933). The movie is directed by Omung Kumar, the one who directed ‘Mary Kom’ (2014), ‘Sarabjit’ (2016).
Sanjay Dutt is a shoe shop owner who indulges in alcohol for recreation and has absolutely shown no great acting skills in the movie except in all those drunken scenes with Shekhar Suman than in the emotional outbursts and action sequences. Also, Sanjay Dutt tries some drunk humor but fails to do so.
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Aditi Rao hydari (A wedding planner) is all set to tie the knot with Neeraj (Sidhant). But a night before the wedding she is gang raped by her rejected suitor and his cousin Dhauli ( Sharad Kelkar). Sharad Kelkar plays the main villain, who drugged, kidnapped and raped Aditi Rao.
The movie rotates by showing old school drama of stricken police, tirade-filled lawyer, and the calm defence counsel. Truly, nothing in the film works. The setting looks artificial, the baap-beti equation is needlessly stretched, the aftermath of rape is saddled with fake OTT melodrama and believe it or faint, a Sunny Leone item number precedes the shot showing a gang rape victim writhing in filth.
The word ‘RAPE’ is repeated to such an extent that the producers should’ve run a contest on how many times does the word gets repeat in the movie. Overall, Sanjay Dutt’s comeback movie is a complete failure.
Bhoomi Ratings on some key aspects:
1. Acting: 1/5
2. Direction: 1.5/5
3. Music: 0.5/5
4. Story, Screenplay, and Dialogue: 2/5
5. Cinematography: 1/5
6. Production Quality: 2/5
7. Rating: 1.5 stars out of 5
Bhoomi box office collection:
‘BHOOMI’ box-office collection Day 1 is recorded as Rs 2 Crore nett approx according to TOI after opening across 2800 screens in the country.