Bhumi Pednekar Is Grabbed between Politics and Mythology and it is sensitive to watch. The forthcoming horror-thriller starring Bhumi Pednekar, Arshad Warsi, Mahie Gill, Karan Kapadia, and Jisshu Sengupta, and is going to entertain you on Amazon Prime. Dubbed as a horror-thriller, the film is a remake of a Telugu film Bhaagamathie.
What does trailer of ‘Durgamati’ say to fans?
The film serves a convict Chanchal Chauhan (Bhumi Pednekar) who is transmitted to an obsessed horror haveli as a victim in an investigation tactic within political connivance. Of course, she is controlled by a vindictive spirit and is about to wreak destruction on anyone who endures in her way.
Fans of the horror genre can anticipate an action-filled plot that turns around Bhumi’s character, Chanchal Chauhan, who finds herself in the core of a major national conspiracy. During the inquiry, she is imprisoned in a haunted ancestry where she encounters a number of spooky spiritual clashes.
Does the ‘Durgamati’ plot is related to Anushka Shetty’s Bhaagamathie?
Durgamati the Myth’s trailer starts by introducing us to Ishwar Prasad (Arshad Warsi) who is a political officer with a spot on his back, as described with mythological parallels.
In a trick to bring him down, examining officers (played by Mahie Gill and Jisshu Sengupta) use Chanchal as attraction or to get her to talk, whatever forms faster? However, Chanchal claims that turning against Ishwar is like turning opposite her country so she would know her chances with an obsessed palace.
We are not told what relationship she shares with Ishwar but it has to be comely important. Ghosts that brutalize her in every way from pulling her against the walls, the floor and breaking her bones when she opposes first habituate her. In a particularly pitiless scene, the evil forces make her gavel a nail through her palm.
Revealing occasion of the story in Durgamati trailer:
By the end of the Durgamati trailer, we discover that a different spirit has possibly owned Chanchal who states “Durgamati hu main!” making her invincible and ready to take down her opponents. It is a play on the myth of Durga if you had not ventured already. In addition, something tells us the investigative officers are first in line.
From what we have noticed so far, it looks like the film is repeating goddess metaphors we have seen before while buying into the notion that power for a female figure is intrinsically linked to victimization.
After a title change from ‘Durgavati’ to Durgamati. It was directed by and produced by Akshay Kumar, Bhushan Kumar, and Vikram Malhotra. Tanishk Bagchi, Abhinav Sharma, Malini Awasthi, and Naman Adhikari composed the music.
The film was meant to stream in theaters nevertheless it has to be released online due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Well, you need not to wait for longer and thus, can enjoy the film on Amazon Prime Video on December 11.