The recent release of Durgamati is an official remake of Bhaagamathie. The film is written and directed by Ashok G and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Akshay Kumar, Vikram Malhotra, and T-Series. Both films are starring Bhumi Pednekar, Mahie Gill, Karan Kapadia, Jisshu Senga, and Tanye Abrol. The film is available in English sub-titles on the same platform as Bhaagamathie.
Though both films are based on the same storyline, Durgamati lacks the energy to make a compelling case for itself. There are few memorable moments, the screenplay lacks tension, and the direction is sloppy. The performances are not up to par, and there are numerous instances where the actors just ham it up. But, if you don’t mind these flaws, you’ll probably like the film.
Durgamati starts off with a series of thefts of Hindu idols. One saffron-stole-wearing individual argues that these thefts are an attack on Hindutva and the government would have fallen to the feet of the minority community if they weren’t for the saffron-stole. Another character, a poor farmer named Gareeb Kisaan ka beta, takes on a greater role in the movie, especially given the current farmers’ protests. But, despite the aforementioned faults, the movie doesn’t move anywhere.
The latest trailer of Bhumi Pednekar’s new movie Durgamati has already started generating a lot of buzz on social media. It’s the Hindi remake of the Telugu horror thriller Bhaagamathie, which starred Anushka Shetty. Fans of Anushka Shetty insist that Bhumi’s screen presence is not on par with Anushka’s. The trailer has sparked a debate on whether Bhumi is better in this role than Anushka.
In the first installment of the acclaimed series, Eshwar Prasad was the chief minister of the district before he was forced to resign. After stealing Shakthi’s idols, Eshwar’s political rivals hatched a plot to sabotage his credibility. Chanchala Reddy, Eshwar’s confidante, is now imprisoned for killing Sampath’s brother and his fiance Shakthi. The two women live in the same bungalow in Bhaagamathie, where the Queen of Bhaagamathie had once ruled.
The movie’s trailer drew praise from fans on social media, but not everyone is excited about the remake of Bhaagamathie. Some are disappointed that the film isn’t an original, while others are pleased that the Telugu version will have a strong cast. The trailer, however, sparked trolling on Twitter. However, most viewers were thrilled to see the movie. This is a great opportunity to watch a remake!