Bhaagamathie, starring Anushka Shetty, Unni Mukundan and Jayaram, is not just another horror thriller; the film has a strong content.
Anushka is seen as a Government officer who tries to help people in a village led by a young guy (Unni Mukundan of Janatha Garage fame). Senior actor Jayaram is shown in negative role.
In a two minute glimpse, after what seems like a controversial political revenge, Anushka is seen locked up in a haunted house where she experiences extreme paranoia and is at her vulnerable best. The actress is seen fighting demons, leaving everyone suspicious and us curious.
Now that is not it yet. Anushka is soon showcased in an avatar which is crude, violent and intriguing. The actress suddenly gives us a blast from the past, with a look similar to that of her role in Arundhati and throws the mass and hard hitting lines.
SS Thaman provided captivating background score and R Madhie’s cinematography needs special mention.
Directed by G Ashok and produced by Vamshi and Pramod under UV Creations, Bhaagamathie is all set for grand release on January 26th.