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Bhadram Movie review
Here comes another thrilling and gripping film from the makers of Pizza and Pizza 2. Bhadram the dubbed version of the super hit Tamil flick Thegidi has hit the theatres. Ashok Selvan of Pizza 2: The Villa fame and Janani Iyer are playing the lead roles in this murder mystery thriller film.Bhadram has been produced by B Rama Krishna Reddy under the Pushyami Film Makers banner. Shreyas Media and Uma Devi of Uma Associates are the co-producers for the film.
Vetri (Ashok Selvan) is a criminology student who gets his first job in Radical Detective Agency. He travels from his hometown of Tanjore to Chennai to take up the job, and starts living with his friend Nambi (Kaali), a chef by profession. Sailesh (Jayakumar) and Sadagopan (Pradeep Nair) are his seniors in the company. Here, Vetri is given the task of collecting detailed information on certain individuals, which he goes about doing meticulously. During one of his official visits, he falls for Madhu (Janani Iyer), who happens to be visiting her friend's house.
Coincidentally, Madhu happens to be the next case Vetri has to collect details about. On following her closely, Vetri begins liking Madhu and slowly falls for her. Slowly, the two get into a relationship. Suddenly, one day Vetri comes across in a newspaper that one of the people he had collected information about, has passed away due to a vehicle accident. Becoming suspicious about the death, Vetri starts asking around, and he finds out that another person whose details he collected has also met with an accident and died. Things suddenly spiral out of hand and Vetri and Nambi are arrested by Inspector Raguram. Madhu realises that Vetri has not revealed many things to her. She feels cheated and walks away from him. The next series follow in revealing the murder mystery and finding out who the killer is and what were his intentions in the murder!
Director P. Ramesh has brought to screen a wonderful plot with a tight screenplay that keeps the viewers rivetted to their seats. The Director suceeds in keeping everybody guessing till the last scene and shows that he still holds one more card in his hands to play. Ashok Selvan is proving to be an able performer. Janani Iyer is very natural and impresses in her role as Madhu. Kaali impresses with his casual performance. Kudos to Jayaprakash and Jayakumar, who are very good.
B's cinematography and Leo Jhon Paul's editing are simply amazing. Nivas K. Prasanna's songs add flavor to the film,and his BGM maintains the tempo of the movie. Overall Bhadram is a gripping movie with wonderful performances!