Synopsis/Plot : The exact story of the film has not been revealed. But in the trailer, (Anushka Shetty) Sanchala IAS is a collector who wants to do good for the villagers in a village and she's also supported by her lover Unni Mukundan but in a turn of events her lover is shot to death and she's framed for a crime that she never committed as a part of a political revenge masterplan plotted by the main culprits. Sanchala IAS who was sentenced and jailed in a prison was transferred to an abandoned palace and was left at the palace for a certain time by Asha Sarath and her team to observe the paranormal activities that are happening in the palace, only to find Sanchala IAS with bruises all over her. Her hands are nailed excessively, and she is holding a hammer, while being possessed by Bhaagamathie (an ancient historical princess) who revealed herself at the end of the trailer as the owner of the palace waiting to exact her revenge for the injustices did to her by those who had betrayed her. So there is speculation that it is going to be a Horror movie or a Supernatural Thriller.
Genre: thriller horror
Release Date: 26/Jan/2018
Director: G. Ashok
Music Director: Thaman
Critic Reviews more...
Bhaagamathie has its moments but could have been better with a stronger plot!
Ashok has definitely not wanted to present a full-fledged horror film, and his ideology is appreciable. With a fresh treatment to the screenplay, the director could have scored big, and Bhaagamathie would have made a broader impact. » more
by Behindwoods Review Board - Behindwoods.com
Bhaagamathie's stereotyped first half spoils the twist in the second that comes very late to save the movie. Watch it for Thaman's riveting BGM and Anushka's power packed performance. » more
by IndiaGlitz - IndiaGlitz.com
Anushka Shetty owns this edge-of-the-seat thriller
The gem of this film is, of course, Anushka Shetty. She plays Bhaagamathie with such grace and talent that it leaves us in awe of her performance. That one scene where she stylishly drapes her shawl shows her screen presence. If anyone has doubts that she can carry a film on her shoulders, Bhaagamathie is the answer. » more
by priyanka Sundar - Hindustan Times