“Bholaa” Movie Review: “Bholaa”, released in theatres on 30th March 2023, was one of the most hyped Bollywood ventures of the year. This movie had a decent performance on its first day, but the collection is below expectations.

Many audiences are avoiding this film because it is the official remake of “Kaithi”, starring Karthi, directed by Lokesh Kanangraj. Now we’re going to tell you about what’s good and what’s bad in the Ajay Devgn directorial “Bholaa”.

“Bholaa” is the third movie directed by Ajay Devgn himself. After seeing his direction, I really want him to be successful as a director. “Shivaay” was very weak in storytelling, but “Runway34” at least deserves some growth. “Runway34” is on the underrated list. Talking about “Bholaa”, he worked very hard to get into the character of Bholaa.

The songs and background music worked very well for the film. The music given by Ravi Barsur worked well. We can see the emotional connection of Ajay Devgn with his daughter, and that was really good. The other good thing in the film was the epic fight scene. The Trishul scene itself was fully paisa vasool. This is called a perfect mass-action thriller movie.

The other good thing is the cameo of the movie that indirectly hinted “Bholaa 2” is coming. Wait and watch for Bholaa’s own universe. The villains of the movie were at the next level. Deepak Dobriyal, Gajraj Rao, and many more nailed the negative characters. Tabu was fabulous as always.

The VFX was laggy at some point but still, that can be avoidable. The other bad thing was the item song that introduces the villain of the movie, Deepak Dobriyal, as Ashwathama. The origin story of Ajay Devgn as Bholaa wasn’t proper. Amala Paul only appeared in the film for just 5-7 minutes. We hope we can see the proper story of Bholaa and how he became a gangster.

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Sanjay Mishra got very lesser screentime in that but also stole the scenario. VFX can be improved; otherwise, it was decent. Deepak Dobriyal deserves appreciation for playing such a deadly role like Ashwathama.

Rating: 2.8/5
Family Friendly?: Yes

I am going with 2.8 Out of 5 for the film.  Although the film doesn’t have Some High-end Fight sequences except a few, it still deserves a Watch On Big Screens. Go and Watch It with Your Family and Kids.



I’m Mohit, a passionate Cinebuff writer and IT student with a knack for storytelling. I love using my skills to create engaging and informative content that helps people discover new movies and shows and learn more about the industry. When I’m not writing, I’m usually coding or playing video games.


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