The theatrical turns Bheeshma, which looked like a romantic entertainer into mass entertainer with a classy setup and romantic portions. One might now get an idea of why Nithiin compared it to his movie Dil.
As said above, the setting and the making looks grand. It gives a big commercial vibe to Bheeshma. As far as the director, Venky Kudumula is concerned; it also puts his attempt in a different category compared to Chalo. Here, at least based on the trailer, the effort is to give an out and out, mass entertainment.
Nithiin looks to be in elements, and the rest of the casting involving the heroine Rashmika Mandanna and antagonist, Jissu Sengupta (recently seen in Ashwathama) also seem spot-on. In the end, everything will depend on how well the “entertainment” aspect of the movie has worked out.
Take a look at the trailer below. Suryadevara Naga Vamshi has produced Bheeshma on Sithara Entertainment banner. Mahati Swara Sagar provides the music which is a chartbuster. Bheeshma hits the screens worldwide on February 21st.