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Arun (Sanjay Dutt) is a widower situated in Agra who has without any assistance brought up his little girl Bhoomi (Aditi Rao Hydari). A qualified kid Neeraj (Sidhant Gupta) gets keen on Bhoomi and she too succumbs to him. Arun is content with this union. Be that as it may, Vishal (Puru Chibber) from her neighborhood cherishes her as well.
He asks her out couple of days before the wedding. An infuriated Bhoomi slaps him. Vishal describes about his experience to his cousin, the insidiousness Dhauli (Sharad Kelkar). He impels him to abduct Bhoomi and after that assault her. Vishal feels free to does it. Be that as it may, not only him, as even Dhauli and his thugs Ghulam (Veer Aryan) assault Bhoomi. Arun’s reality comes smashing down when he finds out about it. How he hits back and retaliates for Bhoomi’s assault is the thing that whatever remains of the film is about.
Sanjay Dutt is splendid and his feelings look veritable. He looks persuading as a vulnerable father and furthermore capable when he delivers retribution in the last scenes. The way his eyes do all the talking in the police headquarters scene apparently is accepted. Aditi Rao Hydari is great in her part and her depiction of an assault survivor is extremely impactful.
You really feel for her in the film. Sharad Kelkar is the best out of the considerable number of miscreants. He looks exceptionally persuading. Riddhi Sen (Jeetu) conveys a successful execution and he has a vital part in the film. Veer Aryan (Ghulam) gets little extension however does fine. Puru Chibber is very pleasant as the attacker and additionally the vulnerable focus of Arun. Shekhar Suman (Taj) is squandered. Sidhant Gupta does well in his cameo.
In general, BHOOMI seems to be a fair performer with control stuffed execution by Sanjay Dutt. In the cinematic world, it should contend with different discharges for its offer of footfalls.