Review film – BEDAAD
Genre: Thriller Recommended: Parental Guidance Released: 15 August 2021Starring: Aryan Vikal, Peeyush Suhaney, Ritu PandeyDirected by: Anil Ramchandra Sharma
Bedaad on Talkiez OTT platformBedaad is a psycho-Thriller, a work of fiction inspired by short stories written by Anil Ramchandra Sharma that is streaming on TALKIEZ a new OTT platform launched on our 75th Independence Day. The web series attempts to unmask the so called respected who are supposedly leading an ideal life in the eyes of our society.
Beginning with being felicitated with Best Couple of the Year – Adi Doctor by profession and his wife Apurva are confronted by a psychopath who traps them in their own house. During the course of experiencing being held as hostage in their own home, the couple begins to doubt each other about their past. While the wife thinks that the psychopath is either her husband’s patient or has something to do about his past, the doctor doubts if the psycho is connected to his wife’s past.
The game of wits and one-upmanship takes place when the cops on duty reach their house. In the meantime there are more revealations about the motive of the intruder in the house. The hidden back stories tumble one upon the other.
It is then justified that the psycho had a traumatic experience in his childhood. A can of worms us opened one by one. Thats fine, but what was the need for a raunchy item number in the so far gripping thriller? Just to degrade the men! The story begins to drag towards the end prophecising about how the able and powerful people can take advantage of the aam aadmi.
In the introductory stages, Peeyush Suhaney and Ritu Pandey as the ideal couple appeared artificial, however as the story moves on, this doctor and professor couple begin to grown upon you. However one notch better is Aryan Vikal as the psychotic intruder plays his part convincingly and displays a promising future.
The highlight of the film is the meaningful choreographed number at the end of the story and it’s captivating music by Kaushal Mahavir. By the way, one should curb the animal instinct in our mind before it grows upon you!
Cast of Bedaad:Aryan Vikal as Sonu / RudraPeeyush Suhaney as Dr AdityaRitu Pandey as Apurva (Doctor’s wife)Shaji Choudhary as Inspector Harnek SinghTirth Thakkar as the child SonuVikram Rathore as Sonu’s fatherAnandita Sinha as Sonu’s motherKaran Mann as Sub InspectorRajesh S Thorat as Sub InspectorAslam Beag as ConstableUttam Gaikwad as ConstableRaju Kaysth as Ward BoyRashmi Kore as NurseAshish Joshi as Driver