Anando Brahma Review and Rating
Release date : August 18, 2017
Anando Brahma Rating : 2.75/5
Director : Mahi V Raghav
Producer : Vijay Chilla, Shashi Devireddy
Music Director : Krishna Kumar
Starring : Tapsee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy, Shakalaka Shankar, Vennela Kishore
Raju comes back to India from Malaysia when his parents die in suspicious conditions, and decides to sell off his home. A real estate agent (Raja Ravindra) wants to grab the house at a cheap price and starts propaganda that the house is haunted and because of that no one comes forward to buy the house which makes Raju depressed.
Srinivasa Reddy who comes to know about it and contacts Raju and tells him that if he is paid a decent amount he will stay in the home and prove that there are no ghosts in the home which will help Raju to sell the home.
He gets three others along with him to stay in the house that are also in need of money like him and they are Thulasi (Tagubotu Ramesh), Raju (Vennela Kishore), Babu (Shakalaka Shankar). What situations do the four guys face in the house? Is the house really haunted? If there is a ghost who is the ghost and what did it do? Is the story.
Anando Brahma Movie Review:
Horror+ Good Comedy = Success and the director Mahi V Ragahva followed this formula and made the story around it and was successful in giving a very good comedy sequences in the second half. Not including uncessary songs and scenes the director came up with a tight script and small run time which does not make the audience bored and keeps them in tune with the story.
Mahi V Raghava scores good marks in selecting the subject, a good team of comedians, scenes between the ghost and the comedians, very good screen play and also show cases his writing skills. The whole first half of the movie goes on only character introductions which will surely irritate the audience. The main strength of the movie lies in the second half.
The complete second half till the climax is hilarious and will keep the audience interested and the concept which tells that the ghosts are feared of humans is used well in the second half. Scenes in which Srinivasa Reddy and Vennela Kishore are present are the highlight of the movie. The pre climax twist is very emotional and changes the tune of the movie. Very few scenes which will actually scare the people and a mediocre first half are the weakness for this movie.
Production values are superior even though the movie was made on a very tight budget. Back ground score, cinematography and editing will surely help in movies success.
Srinivasa Reddy, Vennela Kishore
Few scary scenes.
Watch it for second half