Starring Anushka Shetty, Bhaagamathie has created magic at the USA box office. In its opening weekend, the movie has minted in a total of Rs 4.54 crores in the USA.
Starring Anushka Shetty, Bhaagamathie has created magic at the USA box office. In its opening weekend, the movie has minted in a total of Rs 4.54 crores in the USA. Popular movie critic and biz analyst, Taran Adarsh, took to Twitter to write about the movie. His Tweet reads: #Bhaagamathie has a STRONG weekend in the USA… Good trending… Previews + Fri $ 280,787, Sat $ 262,937, Sun $ 170,128 Total: $ 713,852 [₹ 4.54 cr]. Directed by G. Ashok, the movie is a crime thriller which was released on 26 January 2018. Anushka Shetty’s performance in the movie is outstanding and is something one should go to theatres for. The ghost in the name, Bhaagamathie, is a woman whose spirit is longing to avenge the death of its fiance. The Bungalow is named after the ghost, who murders everyone who dares to enter the house.
The story revolves around Eeswara Prasad (Jayaram), who is the Central minister and is known for his cleanest image. Anushka Shetty is playing the role of Chanchala, who was IAS officer and a secretary to Mr Prasad. In order to defame Prasad, CBI registers false cases against Anushka and attempt to convince her to lie against Prasad. Anushka is, perhaps, imprisoned and kept in the Bhaagmathie house, where she experiences horror activities. Basically, the plot revolves around the interrogation, Chanchala, Mr Prasad and Bhaagamthie, the ghost. The movie is an Indian Telugu-Tamil bilingual horror thriller film. And along with Anushka Shetty, one can find Unni Mukundan, Jayaram, and Asha Sarath in the lead roles. The movie has been welcomed at the box office and the response has been decent.
Director of the movie, G. Ashok, had previously worked on Pilla Zamindar (2011) and Sukumarudu (2013). The film’s music was composed by S. Thaman, and the first song “Mandhaara” was released on 17 January 2018. The actress has pulled the crowd with her spectacular performance and the director has packaged the film in such a way that the audience enjoys watching the horror sequences in the movie.