Verdict: Thoroughly hilarious and impulsively original.
For the past few years, we’ve seen Suresh Productions give us promising movies made on a limited budget. Brochevarevaru Ra, starring Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas, Satyadev, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna and Nivetha Pethuraj, is supposed to be a hilarious ride according to its pre-release promotions. This is Vivek Athreya’s second movie after his critically acclaimed debut directorial, Mental Madhilo.
What’s Brochevarevaru Ra About:
Brochevarevaru Ra runs in two threads. The first one is of an upcoming director, Vishal (Satyadev), who tries to rope in actress Shalini (Nivetha Pethuraj) for his debut directorial movie. Shalini eventually starts liking Vishal as well as the script. The second story is about three friends Rahul (Sree Vishnu), Rocky (Priyadarshi) and Rambo (Rahul Ramakrishna). They become friends with Mithra (Nivetha Thomas). Both these stories connect towards the interval through an unintentional crime. How they come out of it forms the rest.
Irrespective of the fate at the box-office, Sree Vishnu’s script selection has always been one of the best among the recent lot. Be it Appatlo Okkadundevadu, Mental Madhilo or Needhi Naadhi Oke Katha, all his movies have an interesting narration and Brochevarevaru Ra joins this elite list. The major plus for this movie is its comedy element. Brochevarevaru Ra is extremely hilarious and the narrative pattern is a 100% original. Nivetha Thomas has yet again delivered a career-best performance. Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna have nailed every scene with an impeccable comedy timing. Satya Dev and Nivetha Pethuraj gave their best to their respective characters. Though Mental Madhilo was appreciated by critics, Vivek Athreya’s subsequent movie, Brochevaruevaru Ra, will be lapped by the audience as well for its high humor quotient. Every frame of Sai Sriram’s camerawork is magical and Ravi Teja Girijala’s editing work complements the narrative. Vivek Sagar’s music and the background score elevate the mood and soul of Brochevarevaru Ra. This technically brilliant team have given a grand scale stature to this medium budget flick.
What Could Have Been Better:
While the movie is extremely hilarious, too many liberal doses of expletives might find it difficult watching with families.
Why You Should Watch:
You will forget all your worries and will laugh your hearts out viewing this hilarious entertainer. Brochevarevaru Ra is the right kind of funny and it makes for an entertaining watch with your friends. Have a blast this weekend with this stress-buster of a comic caper.