Director : Vivek Athreya
Producers : Vijay Kumar Manyam
Music Director : Vivek Sagar
Brochevarevarura is a film which has been promoted on a good note from the past few weeks. The comedy caper has hit the screens today and let’s see how it is
Vishal(Sree Vishnu), Vishak(Priyadarshi), and Rambo(Rahul Ramakrishna) are three friends who fail their intermediate thrice and keep on wasting time. In such a situation, Mitra(Nivetha Thomas) joins their college and becomes close to them. On the other hand, Mitra has some serious issues with her dad and wants to get out of her house and seeks the help of the three friends. The gang makes a crazy plan and executes it well. But to their surprise, the events that follow create massive problems for them. What are those problems? and how did they come out of it is the whole story of the film?
Nivetha Thomas has pulled off a yet another challenging role Mithra. She is perfect cast for the role. She has done very well in emotional scenes. Nivetha's scenes with her father convey a lot. She emoted with her eyes. Sree Vishnu has chosen a role that is apt for him. As an underdog, as a care-less youth, he is good. His body language, attitude and characterization match and makes it natural. Priyadarshi and Rahul are on dot with their roles. They are hilarious at portions. Shrikanth is alright as a strict father and college principal. Nivetha Pethuraj is seen as actress Shalini and she does justice. Sathya has come up with brilliant show as an aspiring filmmaker who is struggling for his debut film. Others also did a good job.
Twists & Interval Bang
Well Written Characters
Some Scenes in Second Half
Technical Aspects :
Background score by Vivek Sagar is one of the biggest assets of the film. He elevated the film to another level with his score. Production values of the film look top notch as the proceedings look quite realistic. The rustic locales look good in the film. Dialogues are hilarious as all the small punches work well in the first half.
Coming to the director Vivek Athreya, he takes a different route with his second film and nicely narrates a kidnap comedy with a lot of humor and thrill. The manner in which he kept the proceedings simple and yet entertaining showcases his talent. He used all his characters pretty well in the film.
On the whole, Brochevarevarura is a crime comedy which has good fun and entertaining thrills. A clean comedy which will not disappoint you this weekend. Go for it.