Anando Brahma movie review: A horrifying comedy about horror

Anando Brahma movie review: A horrifying comedy about horror

Direction of Mahi V.Raghav is explicitly uncommon because he did not take the pain to direct this film.

Ram (Rajeev Kanakala) is the original heir of the ancestral house. Thagubothu Ramesh and Shakalaka Shankar, directed by Mahi V Raghav, which was released without much expectations last weekend has turned out to be a super hit. They don't know how they died or why.

The story of Anando Brahma is a story that revolves around the ghost who is living in a house for many years. The variation from the other horror comedy films is that initially the ghosts believe they are humans and later at some point, they even fear the humans. As a result, the ghost or the evil spirit has to fulfill her - it's nearly always a female ghost - unfulfilled desire before the inevitable happy ending for other characters. That's when his parents adopt two orphans, including Tapsee. To scare the prospective buyers and eventually own the house at cheaper price, Raja Ravindra with the help of local thug, spreads rumours that the house is haunted with ghosts. So, he arranged Srinivas Reddy to stay in the house to prove there was no ghost. Then the entry of comedians Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore, Thagubothu Ramesh and Shakalaka Shankar happens.

Audience response: A Usual story with little scary moments, Suspense of their dead was good, The comedy scenes make the audience laugh but did not score more. Rajeev Kanakala has played a key role in the film but he doesn't really make an impression on the viewers. The range of this film's success depends on the performance of next Friday releases.



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