Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Review & Ratings

Review of the film by Atithi Bhooto Bhava: Pratik Gandhi, who rose to fame with the huge success of ‘Scam 1992’, later worked on multiple projects that went unnoticed. Although the actor has been seen on some high-budget series that streamed on Hotstar and Amazon Prime, he shot a movie titled “Atithi Bhooto Bhava” which is available to stream on Zee5 from today.

Review of the film by Atithi Bhooto Bhava



Joyful and carefree As a result of his relationship, Srikant is living a full life. Once Srikant encounters a ghost in his forties who insists on being his grandson from a past life, everything in his world is turned upside down. When the spirit asks Srikant for guidance in tracking down his lost love, the situation takes a decidedly comical turn.

Cast and crew

Atithi Bhooto Bhava’s cast includes Pratik Gandhi, Jackie Shroff, Sharmin Segal, Divinaa Thackur, Sunil Shakya, Prabhjyot Singh. This film is directed by Hardik Gajjar and produced by Hardik Gajjar himself. Photography is curated by Madhu Vannier and editing is curated by Satya Sharma.

Movie name Atithi Bhooto Bhava
Director Hardik Gajjar
Cinematography Madhu Vannier
Producer Hardik Gajjar
Genre Fiction, Drama, Romance, Comedy
Launch Pratik Gandhi, Jackie Shroff, Sharmin Segal, Divinaa Thackur, Sunil Shakya, Prabhjyot Singh
publisher Satya Sharma

Verdict of the film

Atithi Bhooto Bhava has some comedy scenes in the first few minutes of the film that will keep you entertained. Although the film’s story is very old, a few comedic scenes and emotional scenes from Atithi Bhooto Bhava make it interesting to watch to some degree. However, the film fails after the protagonist begins to travel in search of the ghost’s love interest. While there are a few moments here and there that look good, overall the second half of the film will make us feel bored with some old writing and executions.

While it comes to acting, Pratik Gandhi as Srikant looks natural and has done a good job in that role. Sharmin Segal and Divinaa Thackur are not up to par, but somehow they managed to pull off the scenes. It’s Jackie Shroff, who will grab our attention with his performance. He will make us laugh with his comedic timing and make us feel with his emotional performance throughout the film. The actor who played the younger version of Jackie shroff also looked good with his portrayal of him. All the other actors did their part as required for the film.

Technically Atithi Bhooto Bhava looks average. The music of the film does not bring out any sensation during the emotional scenes and the songs are forgettable. The photography curated by Madhu Vannier is partly good. Although the film was shot in beautiful locations, the cinematographer failed to capture the essence of those locations. The production values ​​of the film are ok.

Director Hardik Gajjar chose an old storyline and tried to add some fun and excitement to it. But the written scenes do not connect us emotionally to the characters and this fails to engage the audience.

Overall, Atithi Bhooto Bhava is a mean comedy and emotional drama, which can be seen once.

Rating: 2.75 / 5

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