Review: Anando Brahma – Dragged Horror Thriller!
Cast: Tapasee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy
Director: Mahi V Raghav
Producer: Vijay Chilla and Shashi Devireddy
Banner: 70mm Entertainments
Music Director: Krishna Kumar
Paathshala fame director Mahi V Raghav made a comeback with Anando Brahma. The film stars Tapasee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar in pivotal roles. The film has been receiving thumping response from the premier shows. However, now let us see how the film will be:
Anando Brahma is a typical comedy horror movie, which revolves around the story of a haunted house. What makes it different from other films in this genre is the concept explored by Mahi V Raghav. Generally, people are afraid of the ghosts in horror comedy films, but ghosts are afraid of people in Anando Brahma. This is the major asset of the film. What made the ghosts to afraid of people and how the human beings made the ghost to afraid of them??? Forms the rest of the story.
Some comedy scenes and horror elements keep you engaged in the first half of the movie, which, at times, is bit slowly, as the director takes time to establish the backdrop of four lead characters. The second half is hilarious, but the climax is a bit dragging and lacks freshness.
The major highlight of the film is Tapasee Pannu’s brilliant performance. Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar have also done wonderful jobs and their comedy timing is sure to tickle your funny bones. The film has rich production values.
Slow first half
If you are okay with the slow and dragged story, you can watch it for few laughs just for one time.
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