Bhaskar (Varun Dhawan) is bitten by a wolf while in Arunachal Pradesh on a unique but magnificent night that only occurs once a year for a forest road project. He has wolf-like traits as a result of the bite and has the capacity to change into a werewolf on occasion. On this quest to uncover his inner animal, he is accompanied by Anika (Kriti Sanon), Panda (Deepak Dobriyal), Janardhan (Abhishek Banerjee), and Jomin (Paalin Kabaak). Why did he become a werewolf in the first place? What happens to the project for the forest road? How do his transformation affect Anika, Panda, Janardhan, and Jomin? In Bhediya, all queries are addressed.
Bhediya has a fresh idea that hasn’t been seen in Hindi film before. The excellent visual effects, which produce some fantastic cinematic shots, help the idea of a creature comedy to translate successfully on the screen. Not in terms of scale, but on a technical level, it’s among the best visual effects for a Hindi film. The 3D makes the experience even better, especially during the scenes with the wolf. The first half of the movie and the first few frames of the post-intermission scenes rely heavily on some genuinely humorous jokes. Laughter is frequently heard during the exchanges between Varun Dhawan, Abhishek Banerjee, Deepak Dobriyal, and Paalin Kabaak. The trio’s initial meetings with the werewolf can be compared to their earlier encounters.
Bhediya mostly relies on the humour, special effects, and performances, although the second half would have benefited from a more intense fight between a hero and a villain. Despite its limitations, it makes for an entertaining movie for kids and families looking to see something different from the Hindi film industry on the big screen.