Here is Anando Brahma Movie Review :
Anando Brahma has been making right noise since its first look poster followed by the teaser, trailer. The film is touted as Taapsee’s comeback film and it has most happening comedians – Vennela Kishore, Srinivas Reddy, Shakalka Shankar, Tagubothu Ramesh – in the principal characters. This film falls into horror-comedy genre that has been considered as a safe-bet. Has the film lived up to the buzz surrounding it? Did Taapsee comeback?
After his parents death, Malaysian-based NRI Ram (Rajeev Kanakala) plans to sell their ancestral house. He entrusts the job to his friend-dishonest cop (Raja Ravindra). However, he cons his friend Ram and hatches a plan with a local builder and spreads rumour on the house that it has ghosts. Ram doesn’t want to sell his house at a low price.
Knowing Ram’s problem, a small-time waiter (Srinivas Reddy) comes forward to prove that there are no ghosts in the house on promise of getting 20 per cent commission for this. He meets three others who are in need of money and get them agreed for the task. Does the four manage to prove that the house has no ghosts? What is Taapsee’s role?
Anando Brahma sees one of finest performances making it a good experience. Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore make it more engaging. Srinivas Reddy who heads the gang does his best to tickle the funny bones of viewers. He is seen as a guy with a peculiar heart problem. Yet he takes up the task of proving no ghosts in house that triggers laughs. Vennela Kishore entertains as a guy with hearing impaired and night-blindness. Shakalaka Shankar has a unique habit of getting into the characters that he see in the videos. He has a split-personality disorder. Tagubothu Ramesh (Tulasi) once again does an impressive show. It is one of the best roles for Ramesh in the recent times.
Taapsee has little to do yet she shines in her brief role. She does her part perfectly like before. Rajeev Kanakala is
Few Scenes in First Half
Anando Brahma has a simple yet unique story of ghosts afraid of humans.
The film makes you experience alternative bouts of laughter and little bit of fear, all at once at times! Kudos to director Mahi V Raghav for weaving an interesting story and recruiting the best cast. Mahi took special effort in designing each and every character that has been aptly imbibed into the script. The interval bang comes with the four people entering the house.
While director takes so much time in the first-half to establish each and every principal character with flash backs and the story. However, it is excusable given that the second-half is hilarious and entertains thoroughly. Anando Brahma truly sticks to the title and offers non-stop laughs especially in the second-half.
Anando Brahma hits the right chords. It is a laugh riot. Don’t miss it.