director: Teacher Tewan
handsome: Abhishek Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, tabu, Sanjay Mishra, Amala Paul, Gajraj Rao, Deepak Dobriyal, Raai Laxmi, vineet kumar
IPS Officer Diana (Tabu) seizes a truck loaded with Rs 1 billion cocaine belonging to drug lord Ashwathama (Deepak Dobriyal). Fighting between cops and gangsters, Bhola shoulders the responsibility of saving the police community from the wrath of drug lords. Instead, he was encouraged by the police to ensure his daughter’s well-being. Has he succeeded in doing so? All the action, drama and thrills are revealed when you watch Bhola.
Actor Ajay Devgn is packed with superbly choreographed action. which will definitely give goosebumps. There is a certain elevation his character has over the course of the film that stands out in the narrative. Watch out for Trishul’s battle scenes and the pre-span. which is one of the main highlights of the movie.
The six-minute bike chase sequence also gets you in the mood and speaks to Devgn’s ability as a director to pull off the stylized action with conviction. Tabu’s list order is well designed as well.
The movie progresses well in the first half. But there’s a second half that feels like an obstacle throughout a relatively modest runtime. The story is intriguing yet predictable. Ajay did not disappoint in his directorial duties and was largely in charge of the story as a director. However, the script could have been better. The cartoon part is appropriate.
The depressing pace in the second half and a rather weak script are saved by well-choreographed action sequences. Flashbacks move quickly and don’t add much depth to the story. It adds a new dimension to the story from the original Tamil language. However, the simple presentation doesn’t help create the strong emotional connection needed for this kind of film. You do not root Bhola’s character throughout his journey. The daughter’s mood was not yet settled.
The dialogue lacks the punch that a mass-oriented movie like Bhola should have. A little better work on this front would have helped a lot. Although the film was marketed as a 3D film, it didn’t add much. The effect was minimal and insignificant enough to command the watch in 3D. Especially in 3D, the climax action could have been better as well.
Ajay Devgn portrayed the role of Bhola very well. He has great body language and commands in front of a solid screen. The sequence of his encounter with the villain is one of the key highlights. He ace the Bholaa boss-like action sequences, another solid performance in Ajay Devgn’s acclaimed filmography.
Tabu takes on the role of an IPS officer honestly. He is extraordinary as Ashwathama, his performance is sensational and he deserves many awards.
Gajraj Rao and other supporting actors Everyone was very supportive, however Sanjay Mishra who stood out from the crowd. There are special surprises to watch out for too.
Bholaa rides primarily a well-choreographed action sequence directed by Ajay Devgn and his crew with great flair. Better cinematography and cadence in the second half. Made for big screen viewing for action buffs and Ajay Devgn fans.