Bairagee Movie Review : A good watch for both family audiences and front benchersModified On: 01 July 2022 | Reviewed By: Team Moviekoop
Story-line: Huli Shiva, a hulivesha artiste, works in a police station, doing odd jobs. When he moves along with his inspector friend to a new city, he meets many new people, including Vathapi and Karna.
Director: Vijay Milton | Music Director: Anoop Seelin
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While he discovers new friendships and love, he also witnesses an unfortunate incident that awakens the tiger within him once again. Whether he finds justice see on the silver screen!
Review: The film brings together Shivarajkumar and Dhananjaya after Tagaru for the first time, along with a big cast. Additionally, the team has kept most details of the film closely guarded. There were doubts whether the film would be a remake of one of Milton's Tamil films and it is. This is his 2017 film, Kadugu, mounted on a bigger scale.
Bairagee is a faithful remake, but it does incorporate enough mass elements that one expects from a film starring heroes like Shivarajkumar and Dhananjaya. The biggest win for the team is the way they have managed to ensure that the mix of the content and mass elements is right. The film does give enough whistle-worthy moments, but also gives enough scope for emotions and relationships to play out at their own pace.
In this film characters are not black or white, but it is the situations that make them oscillate between shades of grey and one can overcome those shades of evil if they are true to their own selves. With this premise, the filmmaker has carefully touched upon the topic of sexual assault and rape in a sensitive manner.
Shivarajkumar brings in the restraint one saw in him in films like Kaddipudi and Mufti, while also bringing in some of his mass charm from films like Om and Jogi. Dhananjaya as Karna lights up the screen and yet makes you cringe at certain moments and empathise with him. Pruthvi Ambaar is a delight and brings in the energy quotient. Shashikumar lends gravitas in his role as an inspector. The visuals and the music complement the narrative, making Bairagee a good watch for both family audiences and front benchers.
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