Review : Brochevarevarura

Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas starrer crime comedy, Brochevarevarura is carrying decent buzz among the audience. Directed by Mental Madhilo fame Vivek Athreya, the film has hit the screens today. Let’s check how it is.


Brochevarevarura is a film that sails on multiple threads. In one of the subplots, Satyadev an aspiring director starts narrating a storyline to star heroine Shalini (Nivetha Pethuraj). Parallelly in another thread, set in college backdrop, the film opens on Nivetha Thomas (Mitra), who try to run away from home with the help of R3 gang Sree Vishu (Rahul), Priyadarshi (Rockey)and Rahul Ramakrishna(Rambo). Why will Mitra try to run away from home? How will R3 gang help her? How will Shalini- Satyadev’s thread and Mitra-R2 gang’s thread overlap during the proceedings? that forms the rest of the story.


Director Vivek Athreya’s story is simple and water-thin but he succeeded in writing a brilliant screenplay which has a right mix of humor and suspense factor. Compared to his first film Mental Madhilo, Vivek’s story treatment and commercial presentation have improved a lot.

Coming to artists performance, R3 gang Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna are show stealers. They perfectly fitted in their roles and gave their best output which helped the proceedings to run on an engaging note. While hero Sree Vishnu impresses yet again with his natural acting, both Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna are too good in given hilarious roles.

Special mention to Nivetha Thomas as the film totally runs on her centric characterization. She is cute as a teenage girl and did a good performance in her impactful role.

Nivetha Pethuraj and Satyadev are okay in their special roles. Not is forget, Bithiri Satti cameo at the serious tone of the film as he brings relief to the audience with his typical comic timing.

Plus Points:

Hilarious episodes in the first half

Sree Vishnu, Darshi and Rahul’s performance

Nivetha Thomas


Minus Points:

A bit dragged second half

Simple storyline


All in all, Brochevarevarura is a decent comedy thriller narrated with various subplots. A few hilarious episodes and twists revealed in the first half are good but the pace of the film drops during the second half. Those who enjoy crime-comedy films can give a try it but others can look for other options for this weekend.


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