Bhoomi Full Movie in HD Leaked on Tamilblasters & Telegram Channels for Free Download and Watch Online; Jayam Ravi’s Film Becomes the Latest Victim to Face the Wrath of Piracy

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Piracy platform like Tamilrockers, Tamilblasters have become quite famous for leaking movies just a few hours or days before the release of a film. Recently Lokesh Kanagaraj-directed Master, starring Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi was the target and now another film has come under the scanner of these piracy websites. Jayam Ravi’s upcoming action drama, Bhoomi has unfortunately made its way into torrent sites after miscreants put up download links of the film on piracy sites. The search engine platforms are flooded with keywords such as Bhoomi movie download, Bhoomi movie download in 720p HD TamilRockers in Tamil, master 2021 movie in 1080 HD download isaimini, and so on. It is believed the film is unfortunately available for download on Torrent websites and other Telegram channels. Jayam Ravi’s 25th Film Bhoomi To Premiere On Disney+ Hotstar On Pongal 2021!

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Bhoomi full movie in HD has been leaked on several torrent sites like Filmywap, Onlinemoviewatches, 123movies, 123movierulz, Filmyzilla and others pirated versions of Master movie in HD (300mb free download in 1080p, 720p, HD online) are available for the audience to watch. Bhoomi Trailer: Jayam Ravi’s Pongal 2021 Release Is an Emotional Story About Farmers Packed With Action.

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Bhoomi released on Pongal 2021 (January 14) on Disney+ Hotstar. The movie talks about the rights of the farmers and it reunites Jayam Ravi with filmmaker Lakshman after their two successful movies — Romeo Juliet (2015) and Bogan (2017). Jayam did not mind the fact that the movie is not releasing theatrically, due to COVID-19. “There have been many festive occasions when you have visited theatres to watch my films as part of your celebrations. This time, I feel blessed to celebrate the festivities with the beautiful movie in your homes,” he said in an interview.

It is sad to see that many people who have been waiting to see Jayam in Bhoomi, did not mind downloading the pirated versions of the film. It is sad to see so many people promoting piracy and letting all the hard work done by the cast and crew of a film go to waste. The film already had ditched a theatrical release and opted to premiere the movie online which is a huge step considering the situations we are in and then they have to yet again face another challenge.

Bhoomi Full Movie Leaked Online For Free Download In HD Quality

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Bhoomi, the 25th film of Jayam Ravi has become the latest film to fall prey to piracy. The rural entertainer has been leaked on Telegram and other piracy based websites. Bhoomi was released today (January 14, 2021) on Disney+ Hotstar on the special occasion of Pongal.

The film was earlier scheduled to hit the screens on May 1, 2020, however, the release was later postponed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Further, the makers opted for a direct-to-OTT release instead of a theatrical run due to rising cases of COVID-19 in the state. Well, upon its release on Disney+ Hotstar, the film has been garnering huge appreciation from the audience.

Helmed by Lakshman, Bhoomi marks the third collaboration of the director and Ravi after Romeo Juliet (2015) and Bogan (2017). The actor as Bhoominathan aka Bhoomi will be seen playing a young man who leaves behind a career as an astronaut, to fight the wrongdoings of corporates and politicians and to support agriculture.

Starring Nidhhi Agerwal in a key role, Bhoomi is backed by Sujatha Vijaykumar (Jayam Ravi’s mother-in-law) under her production banner Home Movie Makers. Interestingly, Bollywood actor Ronit Roy will mark his debut in Kollywood with Bhoomi. Featuring Sathish, Radha Ravi, Thambi Ramaiah, Saranya Ponvannan, John Vijay and G Marimuthu in important roles, the film has music composed by Thaman and camera cranked by Dudley.

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‘Bhoomi’ is the new yardstick for worst sort of cringe in cinema

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The film falls short in film-making aspects like narration, portrayal of scenes, the facts used and most importantly, logic

Can a film be wrong in every possible way? Not just the technical aspects such as music, cinematography or the story, but also the concept, characterisation, the storytelling, dialogues, core idea and the facts or back ground the film claims are true. Sandalwood remakes are often trolled in Tamil Nadu. Even recently, during the lockdown, some people (unemployed) with high speed internet trolled remade Sandalwood films from Tamil. This was unnecessary when there are quite a large number of poor quality Kollywood films.

‘Bhoomi’ seems to be a real time action thriller that takes a path of a documentary via science fiction but ends up as a fantasy.

This film is a by product of sheer internet addiction to rumours spread on social media. The inability to distinguish between facts and fake news online would result in a film like ‘Bhoomi’. The film falls short in film-making aspects like narration, portrayal of scenes, the facts used and most importantly, logic. The scenes stitch together Tik-Tok or vine videos that uses absurd populist notions but showcases poorly-acted montages with nonsensical dialogues.


The film shows an immense number of fake statistics, false information on scientific matters like GM seeds/ produce, agri-produce market, agriculture, industrial growth, government and even bureaucracy or how a trial is conducted in court. The outright ignoring of even the least possible reality or even how things are makes the film a two part fest.

Part-1: Absurd fest

The hero, Boominathan, played by Jayam Ravi, claims he has discovered a ‘tablet’ or a pill that makes human inhale CO2. He even goes to the extent of asserting that a nuclear explosion could be staged in order to harvest the ice frozen in large amounts on the surface of Mars. The gap between reality and ‘Bhoomi’ is so far, it makes the audience cringe.

Thambi Ramaiah, who plays a poor farmer and is affected due to drought, is clearly identified as a character that would be killed as early as his first appearance. The technical team has put in minimal effort in character development.

The heroine is a template Kollywood character, who is dim-witted with no self respect, and whose only role is to run round the protagonist. The comedy track arouses little or no interest. The film takes a turn when Thambi Ramaiah dies by suicide, which takes a huge toll on the protagonist. The film uses dinosaur era-like techniques in order to depict bureaucrats in an unflattering way.

An IAS officer is shown groping random girls while he waits in a car outside a protest site. Most audience would be shocked by this juvenile characterisation and after watching such scenes, one can gauge the perception of reality of the director.

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‘Bhoomi’ then gives a lecture to a Minister of State with no facts, populist rumours, and WhatsApp forward texts — no research has been done.

There are songs that come in between scenes. None of D Imman’s tunes stays with you. The lyrics are a concoction of fake Tamil nationalist pride, fake information that tickles the ‘Tamil’ sentiment of the people. We also come across a scene where Bhoomi attends a trial in NASA! Trials are usually (only) conducted in court world wide but this film changes that as well for its own sake. Not to forget Bhoomi’s invention of a tablet that makes humans take in CO2, his proposal to use nuclear war heads to break the ice underneath the surface of Mars, introduce birds to the atmosphere — claiming it as the first ever for farmers are all fake populist notions. It would be of interest to Tamil nationalist sympathisers. It is indeed painful to see random acts by Bhoomi ostensibly to help people. God save Tamil Nadu and Tamil people!

Part-2: Cringe Fest

‘Bhoomi’ is voluntarily kidnapped by the villain who happily releases him. Also the court scene makes us cringe. The villain claims he can change the government and threatens to topple the economy. Things unfold in a naïve utopian way.

The hero tries to assemble a huge team in various domains like marketing, finance etc. just by calling out people from a gathering of random people. He then shows some random people calling them out as Indian entrepreneurs and becomes agri-produce supplier of theirs just by saying so. Any person with the least idea of how an organisation works will cringe at these scenes. The film takes a turn when the villain tries to ‘create’ a Bharat Bandh and then Bhoomi tears open hired lorries and trucks to convert them to open trucks, which sells agri-produce.

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There is a twist at the end of the film where imbeciles burn products that they buy from their own money. The film claims this is to show the dislike of ’13 Illuminati families’ that control the whole of India, it seems. At least the crew could have included issues on climate change. To our surprise there is not a single scene showing climate change. The film confuses bureaucratic corruption, government and industrialisation and ends up blaming everyone.

This is the Utopian dream of any Tamil guy/ girl who indulges in reading fake news online or a part of the anti- vaccine brigade, flat earthers, Illuminati believers. It is pathetic to see a grown/ industrial state like Tamil Nadu to continue showing interests in films like ‘Bhoomi’.

‘Bhoomi’ is the new yardstick for the worst sort of cringe in cinema. Any future film on a similar concept will always be compared to ‘Bhoomi’. Thanks to the director for giving us a chance to stay away form certain people: ‘people who like Bhoomi even in the slightest possible way.’