Bakrid movie review: Vikranth shoulders a harmless film about animal love

There is a certain charm about simple stories, about uncomplicated emotions that are universal. Bakrid, apparently the ‘first Indian camel-based film’, functions on one such emotion: Humanity. Rathinam (Vikranth), a fledgling farmer in Tamil Nadu, accidentally comes into possession of a camel calf. Charmed by the animal, Rathinam decides to keep him as a pet. With time, Rathinam realises that his humble home, despite all the affection showered, might not be the best place for a camel. To ensure the animal lives in his natural setting, he sets out on an unusual road trip to Rajasthan.

Read the full review here:

https://www.cinemaexpress.com/reviews/tamil/2019/aug/22/bakrid-movie-review-vikranth-vasundhara-jagadeesan-subu-13800.html

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