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Bholaa is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language action thriller film directed by Ajay Devgn and produced by Ajay Devgn FFilms, Reliance Entertainment, T-Series Films, and Dream Warrior Pictures. It is an adaptation of the 2019 Tamil film Kaithi. The movie stars Ajay Devgn in the titular role alongside Tabu, Deepak Dobriyal, Sanjay Mishra, and Gajraj Rao in pivotal roles. Amala Paul and Abhishek Bachchan make special appearances. The film is set to release theatrically on March 30th, 2023.

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The story of Bholaa revolves around the character of Bholaa, played by Ajay Devgn, who after ten years of imprisonment, is finally going home to meet his young daughter. However, his journey is not so simple, as he soon faces a pathway full of crazy obstacles, with death lurking around every corner. Tabu plays the role of IPS Diana Joseph, who is on a mission to catch a group of criminals. The film also features Sanjay Mishra as Inspector Angad Yadav and Deepak Dobriyal as Ashwathama ‘Ashu,’ Nithari’s younger brother.

The film features a talented ensemble cast, including Ajay Devgn as Bholaa, Tabu as IPS Diana Joseph, Sanjay Mishra as Inspector Angad Yadav, Deepak Dobriyal as Ashwathama ‘Ashu,’ Nithari’s younger brother, and Gajraj Rao in a pivotal role. Amala Paul and Abhishek Bachchan make special appearances.

With an exciting premise, a talented ensemble cast, and a well-known director at the helm, Bholaa is one of the most anticipated Hindi movies of 2023. Fans of Ajay Devgn and Tabu can look forward to this action-packed thriller film that promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. The movie is set to release theatrically on March 30th, 2023, and is expected to be a blockbuster at the box office.

  • OTT Platform: Netflix * Expected
  • OTT Release Date: Mid May 2023.

 

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