Brahmotsavam Movie ReviewJun 03, 2016 04:41 AM
After the super hit family entertainer "Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu", Mahesh Babu and Sreekanth Addala teamed up once again for 'Brahmotsavam'. Needless to say, the expectations from this film are sky-high and the film made superb pre-release buzz. This film, produced under PVP Cinema and G.Mahesh Babu Entertainment Pvt.Ltd banners, released today. Does the film live up to the expectations ? Read on...
Mahesh Babu is the son of a rich business man (Satyaraj) and their family lives in Vijayawada. Mahesh follows his dad's philosophy that family members should live together and celebrate together. Satyaraj's brother-in-law, Rao Ramesh, is also his business partner. Rao Ramesh wants his daughter (Pranitha) to get married to Mahesh. But problems arise among the joint family members with the entry of Kaasi (Kajal). How Mahesh sorts out the problems and his journey to find out the roots of his family forms the rest of story.
Needless to say, Mahesh Babu did a great job in the lead role. He is very good in sentiment and also action sequences. He gets into the character with ease. His looks handsome as ever and the costumes are also superb. Samantha, Kajal and Pranitha are good in their roles. Senior actors Satyaraj, Jayasudha, Revathi, Rao Ramesh etc are impressive.
Padmashri Thota Tarani's sets are beautiful and are well-captured by Ratnavelu's lens. Randy once again impresses with his visuals. He showcases the family episodes in good light and the songs are also well-shot. Mickey J Meyer's songs and Gopi Sunder's background score are good. The production values of PVP Cinema are excellent and they spent lavishly on few episodes.
Mahesh Babu's performance and looks
Rao Ramesh and other actors' performances
Interval and climax
Vennela Kishore's comedy
Music and cinematography
It's true that Sreekanth Addala gets inspired from real life incidents and his films mostly bank on emotions rather than story. Once again 'Brahmotsavam' has a simple storyline. Some sentiment scenes are heart-warming. But the dialogues could have been better. The interval bang and climax are well-executed. Mahesh Babu's journey to meet the 7 generations of his relatives has also been showcased well. On the whole, the film would be loved by family audiences.
'Brahmotsavam' - For family audiences.
Telugureporter.com Rating 3/5