Bhaag Beanie Bhaag Review – At the point when the trailer for the Netflix movie, Bhaag Beanie Bhaag was publicized over the internet, a rumor was spread that this show has correlations with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and later the show was charged with tons of acquisitions that it is a rip-off of the original show. In spite of the fact that the two shows have their driving ladies who really wants to flee themselves and do not want to get married soon as they believe they are not ready for it; Bhaag Beanie Bhaag fortunately, graphs its own course.
Swara Bhasker plays Beanie Bhatnagar, who is carrying on with an agreeable life until an engagement proposition from her sweetheart works up a tempest inside her and she understands that she can’t do this any longer. Upon the arrival of her roka, Beanie flees from that life and attempts to make a name for herself in the world of stand-up comedy. Encouraging her in her main goal is her closest companion Kapi (Dolly Singh) and an individual NRI comic (Ravi Patel).
Nonetheless, a vocation in stand-up parody, similar to some other innovative profession, has its own arrangement of difficulties, and how Beanie handles those structures forms the remainder of the story.
Looking over the performances, Swara Bhasker experts her part as Beanie as she has worked really hard in order to throw humorous punching dialogues which are a pleasure to watch, and her non-verbal communication and her flawless expressions do the talking more. The boost in Swara’s performance is easily noticeable and the highlight of her performance is when a specific demonstration takes her parody profession higher than ever yet additionally brings ‘dishonor’ to her family.
Ravi Patel is charming as Beanie’s friend and even guide her on occasions whenever she seems to be lost or starting to lose hope. Being a supporting actor in the series, Ravi Patel undoubtedly plays his role stupendously and carries a specific newness to the show.