Mawali Raaj Hindi Dubbed Full Movie | Confirm Release Date | Arvind Swamy. Bhaskar Oru Rascal tamil Movie dubbed in hindi
Mawali Raaj Hindi Dubbed Full Movie | Confirm Release Date: The much-awaited action-comedy South Indian (Tamil) film Bhaskar Oru Rascal of 2018 is now fully ready for release in the Hindi dubbed version. Bhaskar Oru Rascal is a 2018 Tamil film starring Arvind Swamy, Amala Paul and Theri girl Nanika in the lead roles. The film was the official remake of the 2015 Malayalam language film Bhaskar The Rascal. Film was written and directed by Siddiqui. The film was an average performer at the box office and received positive reviews from critics and audiences. And now the film is finally set to release in Hindi on television and YouTube.
Dubbing rights of Mawali Raaj Movie were sold to Goldmines Telefilms. And the film’s Hindi dubbing was completed and censored in the early months of 2019. And now the film will hold its world television premiere on December 27 at 8 pm. Star Gold. Following the television premiere, the movie will receive its YouTube premiere on the Goldmines Telefilms channel. But the YouTube release date has not been confirmed yet. As they have not released any teaser or trailer of Mavli Raj on YouTube. Once the film gets its YouTube release. You can watch the entire movie online for free or download it offline on YouTube. Mawali raaj hindi dubbed movie will be released on 27 December on youtube.
If you want to watch the Tamil version you can watch it online on YuppTV. However, the Hindi version may get a digital release on Hotstar after the television premiere.
- Arvind Swamy as Bhaskar
- Amala Paul as Anu
- Baby Nainika as Shivani, Anu’s daughter
- Master Raghavan as Aakash, Bhaskar’s son
- Aftab Shivdasani as Sanjay, Anu’s husband
- Nikesha Patel as Kalyani
- Soori as Rakkappa aka Rocky
- Nassar as M. A. M. Rangasamy, Bhaskar’s father
- Siddique as Sanjay’s father
- Ramesh Khanna as Devadas
- Robo Shankar as Arnold
- Riyaz Khan as Riyas Ahmed IPS
Bhaskar is a wealthy representative. Who is a type of unruly man who is inclined towards management rather than fighting. He is the only person who lives with his father and school-going child Akash. Akash’s co-worker is Shivani who owes Bhaskar carelessly while the child gets on well with his mother Vinita. However, Vinita has some terrible encounters with Bhaskar and she cannot bear him. The two have to cheer, bring their people to the Veda, and the intention to bring them forward is to like each other. When everything appears to fall, Vinita’s significant other thoughts are shocking to everyone and the screenplay is at the core of the next.
This remake of the Malayalam film Bhaskar Oru Rascal has changed only a few things from the original version. Arvind Swamy and Amala Paul play the lead roles here.
School friends Akash and Shivani are of an opposite nature. While the former is calm and mature. The latter is aggressive and impatient. The only similarity they share is that both of them are brought up by single parents. Akash’s father, a businessman, Baskar, is known for his careless behavior. He is always game for a physical fight if someone rubs him the wrong way. This nature of him brings embarrassment to Akash and his grandfather. On the other hand, Shivani’s mother, Anu. She is counted and calm-tempered, taking care of her family after the demise of her husband Sanjay.
Akash and Shivani decide to reunite Baskar, a widower, and Anu, a widow. Will things happen according to the children’s plan? Can someone like Anu tolerate busker for the sake of her daughter?
The plot, like its original version, is interesting. The children come with convincing performances. Arvind Swamy and Amal. They are perfect for their roles. Though the former points with their history more than others. Soori, Robo Shankar and Ramesh Khanna manage to entertain in the opening scenes. But later becomes monotonous.
The film’s issue is the same as the original version. While there are some interesting moments in the first half. Despite the vigorous performances from some of the cast. Promising twist, unfortunately, makes way for a less-engaging second half. The songs hardly impress, while the background score is strictly fine. What could have been a little fun-filled fleeting family drama later becomes a confusing action film, with criminals and gang wars. it would have been a relief to at least explain the development of the screenplay and the less-exaggerated fight sequence.