Bholaa Movie Review: Know how is Ajay Devgan's 'Bhola'
Ajay Devgan is called the King of South Remix.
Whenever he has made a remake of South, it has given him immense popularity.
Be it Singham or Son of Sardar or Drishyam.
Now in this episode, Ajay Devgan has made Hindi remake of 'Kaithi' with the name 'Bhola'.
Interestingly, with the ready-made story and complete masala being present, Ajay Devgan himself took over the responsibility of direction.
'Kaithi' was made by an experienced and expert director like Lokesh Kanagaraj.
On the other hand, 'Bhola' has been directed by an experienced superstar, so the difference between the two is bound to be seen.
Only this difference is visible in many places in 'Bhola'.
The story of 'Bhola' is of Ajay Devgan.
He has a daughter and he has to go to meet her.
On the other hand, the police officer is Tabu and he has caught a big consignment of a gang.
There is a police station there and it is going to be attacked.
In such a situation, the strings of the story keep connecting one by one and Bhola finally comes into focus.
In this way, the story of Bhola is similar to that of Kathy, the only difference is that of police officer Tabu.
Ajay Devgan remains in the focus of the entire story.
Now the director is Ajay Devgan, and he likes action.
In such a situation, what is not seen in the name of action in the film is less.
Ajay Devgan takes high flights of his imagination for action and here this film becomes a bit different from Kaithi.
Ajay Devgan is dominating the entire film.
He has done a good job on the acting and action front.
His action remains strong.
He has also played the character very well.
Tabu has shown acting skills as usual.
Anyway, the pairing of Tabu and Ajay Devgan has been a superhit since the beginning, which started with 'Vijaypath (1994)'.
The character of Deepik Dobriyal will also be memorable.
Everyone else has also done a decent job.
'Bhola' is a fun film for Ajay Devgan's fans and fans of action films.
Ajay Devgan, Tabu, Deepak Dobriyal, Sanjay Mishra, Makrand Deshpande, Gajraj Rao and Amala Paul