Anando Brahma Movie Review – 3/5

Cast: Tapasee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy, and Vennela Kishore

Director: Mahi V Raghav

Producers: Vijay Chilla, Shashi Devireddy

Music: Krishna Kumar

Introduction:

Telugu audiences love to watch horror comedies and now one more horror comedy has hit the screens. Tapasee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy, and Vennela Kishore played lead roles. Let’s check the content and performance of the lead cast.

Story:

Rajeev Kanakala decides to sell his house as his parents died and he settled in Malaysia. But, it is rumored that this house has ghosts so nobody wants to purchase it. Finally, Rajeev wants to prove that there are no ghosts in his house and etches a plan. He offers money to four people (Srinivasa Reddy, Shakalaka Shankar, Vennela Kishore, Tagubothu Ramesh) who are in desperate need of money. The condition is that they have to stay in the house for three days by applying a few physical conditions. If they are able to stay for three days, he offers promised money. Whether they are able to stay in house by applying physical conditions create a lot of fun.

Performance:

Taapsi’s role is very limited but she did her part well and impressive. Vennela Kishore steals the show in this film. Srinivas Reddy’s role is neat and good timing. Tagubothu Ramesh got a good character and he has done superbly. Shakalaka Shankar offers constant laughs to audiences and he is excellent overall. Raghu’s role is neat.

Analysis:

Director established the characters in the first half. The real story begins in the second half. Conditions that he asked the four to implement in the house create ultimate humor and audiences enjoy thoroughly. Vennela Kishore’s night blind and hearing impaired are extremely good. Tagubothu Ramesh’s bold nature after drinking is really good.  A few scenes are highly hilarious. Director’s work on conditions for the characters is ultimate. The climax is predictable but it is good comedy horror film. Anando Brahma will work out for sure as it is cleaver horror film at the box-office during this weekend.

 

Technicalities:

The most appreciable thing is that dialogues of the film which make audiences to have fun. The screenplay is very clear and narration of the movie is very simple and neat. It might be made on a small budget but you would not feel it. Director did a great job in all aspects.

Final Say:

Anando Brahma looks like a grandma story for kids but the director has shaped out well with good horror comedy. It is worth watching. If you ignore a few flaws, you enjoy the movie.