Bigil Movie Download in Hindi Filmyzilla, Filmywap, Mp4moviez, HD

Bigil Movie Download in Hindi Filmyzilla, Filmywap, Mp4moviez, HD

Bigil Movie Download in Hindi Filmyzilla, Filmywap, Mp4moviez, HD – The 2019 sports action drama film Bigil, also known as Whistle, was written and directed by Atlee and produced by Kalpathi S. Aghoram under the name AGS Entertainment.

Bigil Movie Download in Hindi Filmyzilla, Filmywap, Mp4moviez, HD
Bigil Movie Download in Hindi Filmyzilla, Filmywap, Mp4moviez, HD

In addition to Nayanthara, Jackie Shroff, Vivek, and Kathir playing significant roles in the movie, Vijay plays the title role. When the women’s football team’s coach is attacked, the movie’s Michael Rayyapan, alias Bigil, a former football player turned mobster, decides to take over as coach.

Bigil Story

An altruistic don wants his football player son to improve his people’s lives by winning, but destiny drags the child into a life of violence. When a chance arises seven years later, will he be able to realize his father’s wish?

Bigil Cast

Joseph VijayRayappan / Michael Rayappan (Bigil)
NayantharaAngel Aasirvatham
Jackie ShroffJ.K. Sharma
Daniel BalajiDaniel
AnandrajAnand , Rayappan’s friend
Devadarshini ChetanElizabeth

Bigil Crew


(story) (as Atlee Kumar)

(screenplay) (as Atlee Kumar) &


(dialogue) (as Atlee Kumar) &

Shanoor Mirza

(hindi dialogue)
ProducerKalpathi S. Agoram

Kalpathi S. Ganesh

Archana Kalpathi

Creative Producer
S.M. Venkat Manickam

executive producer
Listin Stephen

Kalpathi S. Suresh

CinematographyG.K. Vishnu
Edited ByAntony L. Ruben
Music ByA.R. Rahman
Production companiesAGS Entertainment

Bigil Review

Hopefully, Bigil is a precursor to good things to come. It demonstrates the path forward for our biggest stars, the mass heroes, alongside Nerkonda Paarvai. And that is to play the lead in material that fits their flamboyant persona while maintaining the integrity of the narrative.

Vijay portrays Michael Rayappan in Bigil, a football player who had to give up his sport owing to a personal tragedy brought on by the violence in his environment. And when his friend Kathir (Kathir), the coach of a women’s football team, suffers serious injuries as a result of the same violence, he is given a chance to turn his life around.

All of the players are from the poor class of society, therefore Michael as Bigil must assume the job of coach in order to fulfill their ambitions and, most significantly, the dreams of his father Rayappan (Vijay once more), a do-gooder don who regarded athletics as a vehicle for promoting social upliftment.

Although Bigil first feels a little shaky as Atlee strives to strike a balance between the drama and the mass aspects, it steadily gains momentum and emerges as a compelling entertainer. Some sequences, like the one taking place at a police station, are meant to play to the crowd and please the audience.

The scenes with Nayanthara, who plays Bigil’s romantic interest Angel, are entertaining, and the references to other Vijay songs are done tastefully. Vijay excels in these scenes, making excellent use of his comedic timing and swagger. His portrayal of Rayappan, which includes a grumpy voice and stammer, feels somewhat forced, but he more than makes up for it in a touching sequence that is place in a train station.

The second half feels effortless in comparison to the laborious first because it has all the elements of a sports movie: a team in disarray, the new coach getting the cold shoulder despite his attempts to win their respect, the antagonist (in this case, Jackie Shroff as an upper class businessman named JK Sharma), the on-field drama, and AR Rahman’s anthem. Indhuja, Reba, Amrita, Indraja, and Varsha are the five females that make up the football team’s players; they each have their moments and succeed despite having one-dimensional characteristics. But the movie suffers from the same problem.

Bigil lacks depth, just like the director’s earlier works. Also, it is too long. However, the deliberate attempt to make the movie into a narrative of women’s emancipation succeeds. Even though the movie feeds into the male savior complex, it makes you happy when a female character, a victim of an acid attack, receives the highest applause.

Bigil Trailer

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