Bhakshak is a movie directed by Pulkit starring Bhumi Pednekar, Sanjay Mishra and Aditya Srivastava.
If you are a fan of movies with a social message and those that leave a lasting impact due to their story rather than their aesthetic, then you can watch “Bhakshak” on Netflix from this Friday. This film tackles a difficult topic – the abuse of young girls. It is not a pleasant subject, but it calls for awareness, justice, and a socially relevant story without getting lost in aesthetic arguments.
About the Film:
This movie is valued more for its content rather than its aesthetic presentation. It raises awareness and denounces the authorities’ passivity towards the blatant injustices that continue to occur. It also explores the role of women in society, the power of media, and the failure of social and government structures. It sheds light on small communities, corruption, and how individuals must react to injustice in their own way. The viewers will remember the story more than the film itself, as it is a film with a clear purpose and does not deceive anyone. The characters are well-developed, and the story aims to raise awareness rather than provide fiction.
The film is well-crafted, but it follows the typical structure of such movies. It does not strive to stand out, rather it achieves its goal with an innocent spirit that perfectly aligns with its message.
Where to Watch “Bhakshak”
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