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Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam
26 Jan, 2018
2 hrs 22 mins
114,938 votes
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IAS Chanchala is imprisoned in the Bhaagamathie Bungalow by the CBI officials, who are investigating corruption charges against a politician, for whom she worked. Unknown to the police though, Chanchala has a hidden agenda. Meanwhile, the bungalow has a haunted past and things spiral out of control when Chanchala transforms into the dreaded ghost, Bhaagamathie.
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Verdict: Bhaagamathie will remain one of Anushka`s fabulous works! The Anushka starrer film Bhaagamathie has been written and directed by G. Ashok and produced by V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy and Pramod under UV Creations banner. We also have Unni Mukundan, Jayaram and Asha Sarath among the rest of the cast in prominent roles. The music and background []... ...Read full review
Anushka Shetty-starrer Bhaagamathie is the latest addition in the warehouse of Telugu films that feature a dilapidated house, a young woman haunted by a ghost, jump scare moments, a gut-wrenching backstory, and finally a message about the evil men lurking in the society. But its also a film that finds an interesting way to address socio-political issues within the realms of horror-thriller genre and goes into a zone which other films hardly explore. ...Read full review
There`s always a thin line between being scary and being loud. Horror films are always difficult to make because you cannot really tell if you`re scaring the audience or boring them. Director G Ashok`s flirts with this thin line on more than one occasion in his ambitious venture `Bhaagamathie`. ...Read full review
Dark corners, secret alleyways and doors that open on their own accord, Bhaagamathie opens in a once opulent house whose glory days are long over. Peeling paint on the decrepit walls only spotlights the portraits of the royal family that hang on them. Like everything in the house, they are old and dilapidated. But what explains the fact that the aristocratic faces on the posters have been scratched out, as IAS officer Chanchala discovers when she explores the house? The mystery of Bhaagamathie is compelling but there is more to the story. ...Read full review
Eshwar Prasad(Jayaram) is an honest minister who appoints Chanchala IAS(Anushka) as his personal secretary. As time passes by, he opposes the high command for a cause. In order to pull him down, the government targets Chanchala. They take her to an undisclosed location called Bhaagamathie bungalow. Upon their investigation, they get the shock of their lives when they start to see Chanchala behaving like Bhaagamathie. Who is this Bhaagamathie? What does she have to do with Chanchala? and what is the twist behind the whole political set up? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen. ...Read full review
Anushka is seen portraying two contrasting roles and what eerie similarities that connect both characters forms the films core point. The spooky trailer with spine chilling elements have set a high bar on the film. The rich production values by UV Creations and the strong technical bravura are likely to be the selling points for this film which is directed by Ashok. ...Read full review
The story of Bhaagamathie, starring Anushka Shetty, is nothing like what was suggested by the filmmakers through the theatrical trailer and the nightmarish posters. It was supposed to keep the audience on the edge-of-the-seat with a spine-chilling backstory of the central character Bhaagamathie, a ghost from the past century. ...Read full review
The latest incarnation of the haunted-house movie is titled Bhaagamathie and its at least a little different from others of its ilk. Its a haunted-palace movie. The police force, though, prefer to call the mansion a guest house. Its in the middle of a forest, and its where a convict named Sanchala (Anushka Shetty, whose statuesque presence does more for these parts than her performance) is being taken for interrogation. (The police suspect that this former IAS officer knows something about antiques being smuggled out of the country.) As Sanchala is being taken there, an ominous crow trails them. ...Read full review