Mahesh Babu Brahmotsavam Movie Review

May 20, 2016

Superstar Mahesh Babu's Brahmotsavam has released worldwide today with huge expections and here we present you Mahesh Babu Brahmotsavam Movie Review below.

Story:
Sathyaraj, father of Mahesh Babu will love to spend his time with most of the time with relatives and he brings his blood relations together for peaceful life. 
Rao Ramesh who doesnt want to live in Sathyaraj's family due to strong reason separates from the family. Sathyaraj who wants to bond strong relations decides to bring marriage proposal in the Pranitha to Mahesh Babu.
An unexpected twist comes when Rao Ramesh forces to sell Sathyaraj's Painting Company.Sathyaraj who is not interested in selling his Painting Company rejects the proposal bought by Rao Ramesh. 
How will situations change in Mahesh Babu's life ? What happens to relations ? How is Kajal Aggarwal and Samantha connected into the story forms the crux.

Performances:

Mahesh Babu is definately the show stealer and he carries whole film alone on his shouders. His matured acting, expressions and dialogues are the major asset. Only his Dance Movements turns little discomfort in the songs.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu makes a decent entry with cute performance.

Kajal Aggarwal looks gorgeous in her NRI role and the scenes between Mahesh and her will go on romantic note.

Pranitha Subhash role is limited and goes according the plot.

Rao Ramesh steals the show with his mark performances throughout the film.

Sathyaraj gets decent role once again in Telugu films and he is the central lead in the movie plot.
The other roles by Jayasudha, Revathi, Vennela Kishore, Shayaji Shinde will come and go.

Technical Department:

Mickey J Meyer’s music scores decent and the background score is huge asset. 
Production Values by PVP is rich.
Editing could have been better.
Direction by Srikanth Addala is quite simple and the film goes on slow pace in both halves. Srikanth Addala 
neatly narrates the entire film with family emotions.

Analysis:
On the whole, Brahmotsavam is a film which has some decent moments and family bonding scenes. The film's first starts of with interesting note and the second half starts of bit dragging. 
Overall, the movie plot is simple with family emotions which were neatly progressed. The direction and screenplay precautions should have been take care by the director Srikanth Addala. Most of the scenes will be boring due to force in the plot.

Final Word:
Rotine and Boring
RATING: 2.75/5