Bhediya has made the howling since the release of its trailer. The audience was eagerly waiting for the release of the film. Finally, the day has arrived, and Bhediya is howling on screen. Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Deepak Dobriyal, and Abhishek Banerjee, starring Bhediya is a visual treat for the audience. Directed by Amar Kaushik, Bhediya is a mixture of humor and horror and blends quite perfectly.
The story revolves around Bhaskar (Varun Dhawan), a contractor who got a big assignment to build a road through the dense jungle of Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh. Bhaskar and his cousin Janardan (Abhishek Banerjee) reach Ziro. The tribals oppose and say that if you would play with nature, it will play back with you. However, Bhaskar and his cousin and local friend Jomin (Paalin Kabaak) did not listen and convince them. While returning to the guest house, Bhaskar gets attacked by a wolf and bits his a**.
The vet, Anika (Kriti Sanon), was asked to treat him. The next day, his wound disappears. Bhaskar turns into a wolf on a full moon day. Soon the incident of people getting killed by the wolf starts. How will Bhaskar recover, and will he be able to finish the project? Watch the film to find out.
The two most difficult genres to make the film are humor and horror. It is not easy to make people scared and also laugh. However, director Amit Kaushik has aced both things in a single script with utmost ease. He has already given a hit in the same genre Stree. Bhediya is also a part of Dinesh Vijan’s horror universe. Talking about the performance, Varun Dhawan pulls off his act perfectly. Kriti Sanon looked good but has not had much to explore. Abhishek Banerjee stands out with his comic timing and act.
The best thing about the film Bhediya is its visual appeal. Jishnu Bhattacharjee’s cinematography is top-notch. The scenes from Arunachal Pradesh are a treat to watch. The background score of the film complements the story. It gives the much-needed push to the spooky scenes. The best thing about Bhediyaa is its VFX. It is excellent. The way they portray the wolf and its transformation are visually appealing. The music of the film is already making the right noises. The first half of the film holds you hooked and sets the tone for what is coming next. The second half has its own flaws but can be ignored because of the climax and VFX.
Overall, Bhediya is a visual treat for the audience with a proper blend of horror and humor. For a better experience, watch Bhediya in 3D. It will give you and your family a howling good time at the theatres. We give Bhediya 3.5 stars out of 5. Have you watched the film? How did you find it? Let us know in the comments below.