Review: MAHANUBHAVUDU – A fantastic fun ride that will entertain you throughout!
Cast: Sharwanand, Mehreen Pirzada
Producer: Vamsi – Pramod
Banner: UV Creations
Music Director: SS Thaman
The film revolves around the story of Anand (Sharwanand), who suffers from an obsessive-compulsive disorder and is heavily focused towards hygiene, cleanliness, and discipline. He falls in love with his colleague Meghana (Mehreen Pirzada), who also loves cleanliness.
During the course, a sudden incident involving Meghana and her father (Nasser) created a huge rift between the love birds. What happened to their love story? How Anand impresses Meghana and her father? How he wins his love back? Forms the rest of the story.
You can obviously expect a kick-ass product when you have big names likes UV Creations teaming up with successful director Maruthi and a charismatic actor like Sharwanand. Maruthi Dasari wields the director’s hat while super-talented music director SS Thaman handled the music department. However, now let us see how the movie will be.
The movie boasts comedy and which engages the viewers and holds them until the end. It has a nice blend of humor, comedy and romance added to some captivating performances by the cast. Maruthi has made sure that the comedy keep coming consistently throughout the film which makes your experience even more ingratiating and lovable.
It’s a stellar performance from the technical team; Thaman’s music elevates the colourful visuals of Nizar Shafi, to a league of its own. Mehreen Kaur looks pretty and adds the required zest.
Coming to the hero of the show, Sharwa, he completely floors you down. Mahanubhavudu is of his most appealing outing till date. Donning the character of carefree youngster with cleanness, he has ample scope to prove his mettle. He plays a character which amuses the audience at one place and the very next moment he produces a charming follow up which leaves you with a sweet taste. Be it comedy or romance, Sharwa has delivered his best and carries the film on his shoulders.
Satya Srinivas, who is a top most officer by Profession in Vizag, did a complete justice for his role and aptly suited in the role. He has a good future as an actor if a filmmaker utilizes him properly.
- A dragged climax
- Predictable scenes in first half
Sharwa’s power packed performance and Maruthi’s trademark comedy and screenplay makes sure that the film doesn’t have one dull moment and saves it from turning excessively cheesy. Indulge in perfect fantastic fun & entertaining world.
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