Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Review

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Review, Rating

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Last updated on December 14th, 2023

Atithi Bhooto Bhava‘ was seen today. Today we will talk about this movie. The film is streaming on ZEE5. Prateek Gandhi and Jackie Shroff are in the lead roles.

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Story:

There is a boy Shrikant. Standup comedy is his profession. Cooking hobby. He has been in a relationship for three to four years. His air hostess girlfriend Netra wants to get married, but he doesn’t want to do it yet. There are fights between the two. But in the meantime, something happens, which brings both of them closer to an extent. Srikanth sees a ghost, who is his grandson. Imagine there is a 55-year-old ghost, and a 30-year-old boy is his grandfather. Which the boy brings to his house in a state of intoxication. Until that ghost’s work is done, he will not leave his house. Most importantly, only Shrikant can see Makhan. Now Shrikant sets out to fulfill a promise made to the ghost. Got something. Didn’t come? So watch the Atithi Bhooto Bhava movie for it.

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Cast:

  • Jackie Shroff
  • Pratik Gandhi
  • Sharmin Segal
  • Divina Thakur
  • Sunil Shakya

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Release Date:

  • 23 Sept 2022 (Zee5)

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Trailer:

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Review:

The Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie tries to break many stereotypes of religion and the practice of being identified by clothes. Many dialogues and scenes break some of the traditional misconceptions that have been rooted in today’s society. If it is of such a religion, then it must have some special God. Despite being a Sikh, Makhan believes in Hindu deities very much. The film addresses the jokes that attack races with a light hand, especially the Sardar jokes. The film also satirizes the concepts prevailing in society regarding the nature of the girl. In some places, the movie may seem to support clichés made about women. But it is not so. The script is a bit stretched. There was scope for trimming it.

Technical Aspects:

Since there is a good travel sequence in the film, there are great shots to be seen. A shot looks great, although it has nothing to do with rotation. In that scene, Srikkanth is wearing a ring to his girlfriend. At the same time, the focus of the camera shifts for a second, and God sitting in the blurred background becomes immediately visible. This is cinema in one shot. There are two more shots, whose composition is very beautiful. One in which both Makhan and Srikanth are standing outside the door. The second is in which Makhan is sitting in front, and Srikkanth and Netra are seen in the mirror.

Music is the bright side of the film. However, many times, the excess of songs makes the film cumbersome. But all the songs are melodious. The background score shift is very good. You will hear the BGM of Mumbai in a different way. Second BGM during a road trip. Separate BGM on reaching Mathura. This is a good experiment. The songs were heard according to the location. But it is nice to hear the background score accordingly. Music director Prasad S and film director Hardik Gajjar are praised for this.


Prateek Gandhi is a great actor. He is comfortable in the film. Whatever he tries to do on screen just by drinking alcohol, seems fake. Jackie Shroff is the Kohinoor of this film. Makhan’s character was opposite to his character. Even then he has done full justice to it. Sharmin Segal, who became the girlfriend of Prateek Gandhi, has done the right thing. Divina, who became Srikant’s friend, has also acted well. Young Makhan turned Prabhjyot Singh has done a good job.


There is comedy in the film. There is emotion. Also, there are many aspects to love. There are good shots. There are some clashes. The film is boring at times. Wouldn’t call it a bad film. But keeping it in the category of good would be unfair to the cinema. All right movie. Atithi Bhooto Bhava can be seen once. It’s on Zee5, have a look.

Atithi Bhooto Bhava Movie Rating:

  • 3 / 5 (⭐⭐⭐)

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