Bhakshak starring Bhumi Pednekar arrived as a wake-up call for the society. More than a movie it’s a reality check and a call for justice. Calling it yet another intriguing, Heart-wrenching, and truthful tale from the house of Red Chillies Entertainment won’t be wrong. The production house not only have expertise in delivering massive masala films but also cater to delivering content-driven films.
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Bhakshak is produced by Red Chillies Entertainment owned by superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri Khan and ever since its inception, Red Chillies is known for delivering compelling stories that not only touch hearts of the audience but also stand as a testimony of change in society bringing the thought-provoking realities of life to the forefront. Bhakshak’
stands as a testament to Red Chillies Entertainment’s commitment to producing films that resonate with audiences on a deeper level. While the production house is recognized for its blockbuster hits such as ‘Jawan’, ‘Badla’, and ‘Om Shanti Om’, it also endeavors to shed light on critical issues through films like ‘Darlings’, ‘Dunki’, and ‘Dear Zindagi’.
This is the kind of work we loved & respected #BhumiPednekar for! She is brilliant & supported by a hilarious & effortless Sanjay Mishra
Based on the disturbing 2018 Muzaffarpur case: Don’t miss this ?? pic.twitter.com/a0xLS2jmjf
— ANMOL JAMWAL (@jammypants4) February 10, 2024
Red Chillies Entertainment’s ability to seamlessly blend entertainment with social commentary is evident in ‘Bhakshak’. By addressing this sensitive issue with empathy and authenticity, the film serves as a powerful medium for advocacy and awareness. Now available on Netflix, ‘Bhakshak’ promises to leave a lasting impact on viewers, igniting important conversations and inspiring positive change. Red Chillies Entertainment’s ‘Bhakshak’ is now released on Netflix. The film stars Sanjay Mishra, Sai Tamhankar and Aditya Srivastava who are receiving amazing reviews from the audience and the critics.