Bagheera Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Bagheera Review: Prabhudeva is known for dance and also he is best known for action as well. He was impressed with his performance in many films, and he was last seen in Poikkal Kuthirai, though it didn’t do well. He was praised for his performance. Now his long-delayed film Bagheera has finally been released and without any delay let us get into the detailed review and find out whether the film is worth watching or not.


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A psycho killer targets women and kills them; later, the police department gets to know that the psycho killer’s name is Bagheera. After knowing the shocking past of the killer, the twist arises in the tale that Bagheer is not existed and he has multiple personality disorder. What the Bagheera’s past needs to be seen in the film.

Cast & Crew

Prabhudeva played the main lead and Amyra Dastur, Ramya Nambeesan, Janani Iyer, Sanchita Shetty, Gayathrie Shankar, Sakshi Agarwal, Sonia Agarwal, Sai Kumar, Nassar, Pragathi are in pivotal roles. Adhik Ravichandran directed the film, while Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam handled the camera, Ganesan S composed the music and the film is produced by R.V.Bharathan under the banner of Bharathan Pictures.

Movie NameBagheera 
DirectorAdhik Ravichandran
Music DirectorGanesan S
GenrePsychological Thriller
CastPrabhudeva, Amyra Dastur, Ramya Nambeesan, Janani Iyer, and others
Cinematography Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam


The film kicks off interestingly, and it doesn’t take much time to get into the main story. In the first half, there is so much drama that happens that it makes us invested in the story for a while, but why all this is happening, you will never know until you get to the pre-climax point. Bagheera is a mixture of different genres, as the film starts as an investigative thriller, then turns into romance parts, and later the action kicks in. It ends up being a psychological thriller with a few twists.

The second half, where the few important twists unfold, makes us glued to our seats for a while, but the pace of the screenplay and narrative could have been much better. The film reminds us of Manmadhan’s film here and there, however, despite the few flaws, Prabhudeva is the only saving grace for the film. The emotional angle lands well in the film, and it’s still relatable. The climax portion is clap-worthy, and all the dots are neatly joined.

Prabhudeva has just killed it; it’s not easy to pull off seven characters, and he had ample scope to perform and showcase many emotions. Amyra Dastur looks glamorous and has nothing to perform; Ramya Nambeesan and Janani Iyer have good screen time, and both have done an impressive job. The remaining actors, like Sanchita Shetty, Gayathrie Shankar, Sakshi Agarwal, Sonia Agarwal, Sai Kumar, Nassar, and Pragathi, did their best as per the story’s requirements.

Adhik Ravichandran has done an impressive job with the presentation; he has developed an interesting plot, but he should take care of the narrative and pace. Despite the fact that he partly succeeded in engaging the audience,

Technically, Bagheera looks partly good; Selva Kumar SK and Abinandhan Ramanujam’s cinematography are good; Ganesan S fails to impress with his background score; and the rest of the technical team does their best.

Overall, Bagheera is Prabhu Deva’s one-man show.

Plus Points:

  • Plot
  • Prabhudeva Performance
  • Few Twists

Minus Points:

  • Pace of the screenplay
  • Music

Rating: 2.75/5

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Bhargav Reddy

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