Will ‘Virgin’ Bhanupriya break her virginity vow? Watch ZEE5’s latest flick to find out!
Virgin Bhanupriya on ZEE5 is a story on female desires. It tells the tale of a 24-year-old girl, who tries every trick in her book to lose her virginity.Updated: Jul 16, 2020, 15:38 IST
Cast: Urvashi Rautela, Sumit Gulati, Gautam Gulati, Vikas Verma, Archana Puran Singh, Brijendra Kala, Nikki Aneja, Delnaz Irani and Rumana Molla
Director: Ajay Lohan
Rating: 3 stars (out of 5)
Figuring out what to watch over the weekend? If you are over dark dramas and thrillers, here is something fun lined up! This weekend’s entertainment pack has arrived as the much-awaited comedy, Virgin Bhanupriya, will be streaming on ZEE5 .
The movie tells the story of Bhanupriya (Urvashi Rautela), an average Indian middle-class girl, who wants to lose her virginity albeit on her own terms. Interestingly, in this journey her partners-in-crime are her mother, Madhu (played by Archana Puran Singh) and best friend Rukul (played by Rumana Molla). The duo comes up with treasure trove of ideas to help Bhanupriya in her mission.
But, luck is not on the side of this 24-year-old, whose agony only gets aggravated as she is unable to meet her perfect match or her plans somehow go awry. To add to her pain, a tarot card reader predicts that she shall remain a virgin forever. It is this prophecy that Bhanupriya has pledged to prove wrong.
The comedy-drama features actor Urvashi Rautela playing the lead role of Bhanupriya. After notable performances in Pagalpanti and Hate Story 4, the actor has come up with yet another power-packed performance as she embodies the character of the quintessential girl- next-door. Known for her glamorous roles in the past, Urvashi manages to portray this role with sensitivity and ample innocence. The ensemble cast is equally charming and each character ends up leaving a lasting impression. The premise of the film is very realistic and one finds it easy to relate to the characters and step into their shoes.
The risqué humour, catchy dialogues and tight screenplay make Virgin Bhanupriya an absolute must-watch. The catchy soundtrack is a cherry on the cake with songs from the movie like Kangna Vilayati and Beat pe Thumka already trending on popular streaming apps.
At a time when female sexuality and desire is still considered to be a taboo in Indian society and is not a theme explored well by mainstream cinema; this movie comes as a whiff of fresh air. It vociferously drives home the fact that women are sexual beings and their desires are nothing to be embarrassed about.