If there is a genre that really needs a new take, it should be a horror comedy. When the genre topped the limelight a few years ago, it guaranteed a break with the vehicles to the formula. But soon, with the exception of a movie or two, the genre slipped into the fringes, paralyzed by clichés.
Director Mahi Raghav about this type with clever writing and gently pulls the rug under the feet of the viewers in the initial parts, setting the tone for what will come. The difficulty of breaking up is fun.
The usual tricks associated with horror movies are all there is: the doors open and close at will, ghosts with white eyes that suddenly explode, scary dolls … but this story turns around when it shows the true Ghosts They are not necessarily those we perceive as terrifying. Besides, what if ghosts are afraid of humans, at least in part?
The story takes place in an old house (where else?). It is a habitable house, but not taken by cobwebs and thick layers of dust. It takes some time for the film to find its feet as and when we encounter the characters from the tales played by Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar and Thagubothu Ramesh. Each of these guys need money to walk a personal crisis and promised money if they stay in this supposedly chased house for four days.
The action resumes when they enter the house. Each of them has a hood or a limitation that is skillfully used for hilarious situations. Shakalaka Shankar brings home when he imitates the popular actors and their emblematic dialogues to disconcert the ghosts; It’s funny when Vennela Kishore is kept unchanged by the things around her, since she has night blindness and it’s hard to hear. Even Srinivas Reddy’s medical affection and the alcohol-induced fun of Thagubothu Ramesh are well used. The film belongs to these four players who perform well.
Laughing aloud moments, Anando Brahma is a simple story of a family and a crime. Taapsee is a major actor in the drama and does her part effectively but she is not a show fanatic. And that’s a good thing. A movie should not always work on the value of the star.
Cinematography and background score coincide with acts.
Anando Brahma is not a gambling player but has moments amusants.Cast Taapsee Pannu, Srinivas Reddy, Vishela Kishore and Shakalaka Shankar. Story: What happens when four guys who desperately need money stay in a haunted house of a “good” ghost family?