‘Bulbbul’ An Anushka Sharma Production Gets A Thumbs Up From Viewers

Bulbbul: A Classic Feminine Tale With A Supernatural Touch

‘Bulbbul’ An Anushka Sharma Production Gets A Thumbs Up From Viewers
‘Bulbbul’ An Anushka Sharma Production Gets A Thumbs Up From Viewers

Bulbbul, a tale that sits daintily in the real world but dangles its feet in the universe of fairies and fables, is about how the world order is pivoted on male desire, and how this world reacts, with rage and revenge, when it encounters female desire. Hence, the story revolves around superstitions and beliefs.

The main cast includes Tripti Dimri as Badi Bahu, Rahul Bose as Indraneel Thakur, Avinash Tiwary as Satya Thakur, Paoli Dam as Binodni Didi and Parambara Chatterjee as Dr. Sudip.

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The Hindi-language supernatural drama is written and directed by Anvita Dutt. The drama is produced by Anushka Sharma and her brother Karnesh Sharma.

After a couple of hours of its release on June 24, Twitterverse was flooded with the positive reviews by the fans.

A fan commented while sharing a picture of the lead actress Tripti, “#bulbul (on Netflix )is one of the finest movie ever watched. Some scenes are like a painting frame , cinematography top-up the movie to next level, and the actors did a great job by their performance.”

Famous comedian Kiku Sharda also tweeted and said, "mazaa aa gaya , how beautifully is this film shot, it’s like a painting. Loved every bit. Every department excels. Enjoying the digital world thoroughly." Moreover, the comedian lauded Anushka with praise by sending an emoji.  

Another user commented with an hashtag bulbbul, "The prettiest smile hide the deepest secrets." 

Fans poured in love for the Badi Bahu of the drama by sharing her pictures.  

A user commented on the beautiful depiction of red color in the horror drama and said, "#bulbbul is a piece of art showing that Red is the colour of a woman and it is the colour of danger too if she wants it to be! What a beautiful tale! This is the best cinematic drama I have seen in a long time. An amazing feminist fable."