Bhooloham Movie Review – Jayam Ravi, Trisha » Film Dhamaka

Jayam Ravi, the Ilam Puyal of Tamil Cinema is running on a high as his last release ‘Thani Oruvan‘ succeeded in meeting the needs of film lovers all over South India. The actor is back in action, as ‘Bhooloham’ a delayed flick has finally managed to reach the screens. The movie is directed by N Kalyanakrishnan, and it has none other than the ravishing Trisha Krishnan in the role of heroine. The supporting star cast includes, Prakash Raj, Nathan Jones, Ponvanna and many others.

Did the movie meet the expectations? To find the answer to this question, please scroll down.

The story of money told in Boxing backdrop

This movie narrates the story of ‘Bhooloham’, a local Boxer from North Madras. Things takes a new turn in his life when he gets involved in a competition controlled by a private media. Unfortunately, this private media house consider everything in monetary lines, and this brings about huge problems in his life.

An in and out Jayam Ravi

In the earlier days of his career, Jayam Ravi was just a chocolate boy who do not have the caliber to portray heavy characters. Now, things have changed a lot, and this young man is loudly proclaiming that he is game for any game. For this movie, he has gained more than 15 kilograms to meet the needs of the character. The hunk has portrayed the lead role with finesse, and it is sheer pleasure to watch him on screens.

Perfect casting

One of the major highlight of this movie is its perfect casting. Director Kalyanakrishnan has casted all the actors pretty well; let it be Prakash Raj, Trisha or Nathan Jones. Trisha Krishnan has done an exceptionally good role in this movie, and she deserve a special round of applause for her effort. Prakash Raj as a shrewd businessman delivers his best, and Nathan Jones looked menacing.

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Altogether, ‘Bhooloham’ is one such movie which will satisfy the needs of commercial action movie lovers to the fullest. This film has enough action in it which will make you sit in the edge of your seats. “Watch it and feel the Heat”.