Prince Mahesh Babu’s much awaited entertainer Brahmotsavam has finally hit the theatres. The film has galaxy of stars and three female leads cast opposite Mahesh. Samantha, Kajal Aggarwal and Pranitha are seen as leading ladies. Sathyaraj, Revathi, Jayasudha, Rao Ramesh, Shiyaji Shinde, Naresh and many more are playing key roles in the movie.
Seetamma Vaakitlo Sirimalle Chettu fame Sreekanth Addala is back with another family entertainer. A film about family and all the extended families which bind together to make it one big large family. Renowned production house, PVP Cinemas has roduced this big budgeted entertainer.
Brahmotsavam is about Satyaraj and his large family. How he ties across all these family members together with love and happiness despite of problems and concerns which some of the members have in the family. Sathyaraj has no family and adopts his wife (Revathi) ’s family as his own.
His father-in-law gives him 200 rupees and taking that as foundation he starts a business and becomes very successful in that. He and his first brother-in-law (Rao Ramesh) together build this empire and provide a comfortable living for the rest of the three brother in laws and their families. As they grow, differences also do.
Rao Ramesh starts feeling unwanted and less important in the family. Sathyaraj’s son Mahesh Babu also carries his father’s philosophy and keeps the entire family together. One day one misunderstanding triggers the Tsunami in house and leads to separation. Mahesh loses his father and also a divide in the entire family. The rest of the story forms in how he goes in search of the seven generations in his own family and how that has helped him in re joining his own family.
Revathi and Jayasudha play key roles as mother and aunt to Mahesh. Kajal Aggarwal and Pranitha keep the hero occupied in the first half and then come Samantha who shares similar ideologies and becomes his partner in crime in searching the families.
Brahmotsavam’s main theme is impressive that of being with everyone and staying united but the way the story is narrated is not so engaging. The screenplay could have been lot better and it would have been narrated in a more realistic way.
Sreekanth Addala fails in delivering an appealing script which can entertain the audience. The film slips into unnecessary songs and brahmotsavam scenes without any logic and reason. The music is also not very catchy.
Overall Brahmotsavam has a beautiful theme but didn’t get executed effectively.