Boomika Movie Review : Aishwarya Rajesh Shines In This Middling Thriller
Aishwarya Rajesh’s Bhoomika was extensively promoted as India’s first eco-thriller. The intriguing teasers and trailer built a good buzz for the film. Let us see what the film has to offer.
Xappie DeskUpdated: August 23, 2021 22:57 IST
Boomika Review - Story
Samyuktha (Aishwarya Rajesh), her husband Gautham (Vidhu) and their kid move into an abandoned school, hoping to convert it into a residential property. But little do they know that they have stepped into a mystical atmosphere that is laced with horror and supernatural elements. Can they escape from this potentially life-ending journey unscathed?
Boomika Review - Analysis
The best thing about this eco-thriller is the magnificent cinematography and sound designing. The picturesque locales of a rural neighbourhood are captured in the most aesthetic manner possible. We have to give it up for the cinematographer Roberto Zazzara. The sound designing is equally brilliant. The film banks on the spine-chilling aesthetics and the scintillating soundtrack.
Boomika Review - Verdict
Boomika is essentially a horror-thriller that runs on the concept of nature healing itself. Clap-worthy cinematography is the main highlight in this otherwise middling thriller that has its own share of bright moments and bland sequences.