Sree Vishnu is an unassuming actor, who rose to fame with Needi Naadi Oke Katha, has had a period of lull for sometime now. The talented actor is in constant search of his place in Tollywood, as he showed he can play both serious and comedy roles in films like Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi. With Brochevarevarura, he tries to reinvent himself in a full length comedy. The ensemble movie has been making all the positive noise from the time of its announcement and because of its interesting title.
Cast: Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna, Nivetha Pethuraj and Sathya Dev
Director: Vivek Athreya
Music: Vivek Sagar
Vishal (Sathya Dev) is a budding film director, who narrates a script to the leading lady of his film, Shalu (Nivetha Pethuraj.) The story of this film is about three youngsters, namely Rahul (Sree Vishnu,) Rakesh (Priyadarshi) and Rambabu (Rahul Ramakrishna) and their adventures in their prime. How this fictional story is connected to reality through the role of Mithra (Nivetha Thomas) is the crux of Brochevarevarura.
Sree Vishnu, unlike his previous films where he underplayed his role, makes the most of the student role he is given in Brochevarevarura. He is loud, at his hilarious best and tries to adapt to the new genre. The main highlight of Sree Vishnu’s performance is his impeccable comic timing and dialogue delivery. Nivetha Thomas, who plays an aspiring Bharatanatyam danseuse in the movie, delivers a copybook performance as a college student who deals with the three brats amicably.
The trio of Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna carry the film on their shoulders, literally. The comic one liners, sarcasm and merrymaking raise the bar of the movie, particularly in the second half.
Vivek Athreya, who worked on Mental Madhilo with Sree Vishnu, now displayed his flair for romantic comedies with Brochevarevarura. His direction of the comic scenes is particularly impressive. The way he gives importance to the female protagonist, Nivetha Thomas, is a case in point to prove his skills of writing female roles.
Brochevarevarura is an engaging watch and a great weekend outing for families and youth alike. Give it a watch!