Greed can make one go to any extreme, even kill one’s loved ones. But what happens when victims turn ghosts and come back to haunt? How will they pay back the culprit? The best answer is Anando Brahma.
An NRI (Rajeev Kanakala), comes to India to sell his ancestral property where he comes across rumours that it has been haunted. He approaches his cop friend seeking help in selling it. Very much interested in the commission he will be offered if the property is sold, the cop arranges for four people and asks them to spend three nights at the home and prove that there are no ghosts in the house.
|Among the four young men, two suffer from physical disabilities while among the other two, one is alcoholic and the other is obsessed about movies. What happens when they face the ghosts? Will they get scared or scare the ghosts away from them is what you have to watch on screen.
Anando Brahma is different from the routine comedy horror genre films. Tapsee Pannu, Vijay Chander and Raghu play the ghosts and their runtime is not more than 30 minutes in the film. Srinivas Reddy, Vennela Kishore, Shakala Shankar and Thagubothu Ramesh are the four men who decide to live in the house. The film has a high dose of comedy and the four actors steal the second half of the show.
With not more than eight full-fledged characters, director Mahi V Raghav’s new way of making a comedy horror film offers the best to the audience. Visual effects and production values by producers Vijay Chilla and Shashi Devireddy are laudable. Music composition by Krishna Kumar keeps the thrill with the background music. Anando Brahma is worth a watch.