‘Bhaiyya Ji’ movie review | Manoj Bajpayee has tried to explore the action genre…

Movie: Bhaiyya Ji
Starring: Manoj Bajpayee, Zoya Hussain, Jatin Goswami, Suvinder Vicky, Vipin Sharma, Acharya Anant, and Akash Makhija
Director: Apoorv Singh Karki
Genre: Action-Drama
Release date: 24.05.2024
Rating: 2/5

By Yogesh Mishra

Director Apoorv Singh Karki’s action-drama is a mix of 90s Bollywood action movies and current South action films. This time, Manoj Bajpayee has tried to explore the action genre in Bhaiyya Ji.

The story revolves around Bhaiyya Ji (Manoj Bajpayee), who belongs to a family with a bloody past history, but due to his father’s wish, the family has stopped living with baahubali status. On the day of Bhaiyya ji’s marriage, he receives a phone call from the Delhi Police, who called him to Delhi to take his brother’s dead body, who had been in an accident. When Bhaiyya Ji goes to Delhi, he comes to know that it was not an accident but a murder. He comes back to his village with his younger stepbrother’s ashes, but his stepmother encourages, or can say forces, him to take revenge from the killer. Against his father’s wishes, Bhaiyya Ji decides to take revenge. Does he really become able to find out the real killer? Does he become successful in taking revenge? To know all the answers to all these questions, one must watch the film.

Actor Manoj Bajpayee has impressed the audience with his acting abilities. He has tried his level best to fit into the character of Bhaiyya Ji. Apart from him, other artists like Zoya Hussain, Jatin Goswami, Suvinder Vicky, Vipin Sharma, Acharya Anant, and Akash Makhija, etc. have also justified their parts.

This action movie has everything good except a good storyline. Even the screenplay and dialogues are not up to par. The direction of Apoorv Singh Karki is reasonably good, but the poor storyline makes it less impressive. A few points that made this film less impressive are… 1.) The very traditional and usual storyline 2.) A few heavy dialogues are used in unjustified situations. 3.) The second half is quite dull and boring since the story was stuck for a long time. 4.) The accident or twist of the story belongs to Delhi, but the full filming happened at Bhaiyya Ji’s village in Bihar, and one of the Delhi police officers continued in Bihar’s chapter. 5.) The overall movie doesn’t match the tastes of the current audience.

The music in the film is reasonably good and entertaining. To a greater extent, songs by Manoj Tiwari, Deepak Thakur, and Tulika Upadhyay and scores by Sandeep Chowta are good and quite impressive.

Overall, this is an average, or can be said to be a below-average movie, so it can be recommended to watch once if you are a hard-core fan of Manoj Bajpayee or the action genre.