‘Om Bheem Bush’ Movie Review


Movie : Om Bheem Bush

Release Date : March 22, 2024

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Run-time: 2 Hours 27 Minutes

Censor Certificate: UA

Cast: Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna, Preethi Mukundhan, Ayesha Khan, Srikanth

Director: Sree Harsha Konuganti

Producers: V Celluloid, Sunil Balusu

Music Director: Sunny M.R.

Cinematographer: Raj Thota

Editor: Vijay Vardhan Kavuri

‘Om Bheem Bush’ has been captivating audiences interest mainly because of its Trio, Hero Sree Vishnu along with Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarshi, who earliest scored a superhit with ‘Brochevarevarura’. The film’s hilarious trailer and promotional content assures a comedy riot which further raised the anticipation among the movie lovers. Directed by Hushaaru and Rowdy Boys fame Sree Harsha Konuganti while UV Creations and Sunil Balusu have backed the project, ‘Om Bheem Bush’ hits the screens on March 22nd. Letch check-out how the film fares.


Krish (Sree Vishnu), Madhav (Rahul Ramakrishna) and Vinay (Priyadarshi) are three close buddies who are studying in a college. College kickstart these wannabe madcap scientists due to their strange antics. The trio land in a remote village Bhairavapuram which is fixed off in superstitions and other mythical stuff. These three friends named them Bang Bros and starts to make villagers believe that they will solve anything and everything. They finally land themselves in a ‘Sampangi Mahal’ which villagers believe possessed by ghosts, to attain treasure said to be hidden in that palace. What happens next ? Did they manage to get the treasure? How about the ghosts in the palace? Concludes the plot of ‘Om Bheem Bush’


The way Sree Vishnu carries his character with ease is a delight to watch. His comedy timing and antics suited the mood of the film well. His camaraderie with Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarshi came out superbly and standa as a major highlight. Rahul Ramakrishna impresses as usual bringing an underlying innocence to his role. Priyadarshi is terrific and convinces to bring out laughs with slapstick comedy. 

There isn’t much to do for female leads Preethi Mukundan and Ayesha Khan. They are decent in their roles. Others like Racha Ravi, Adithya Menon, Sunaina and Sreekanth Iyengar does their parts well and contributed to the overall narrative. 


Sree Vishnu

Sparkling Chemistry Between Trio

Funny Dialogues

Senseless Comedy

Second Half


Transition of characters could have been better

Crispier Runtime would have added more value


‘Om Bheem Bush’- takes its caption, ‘ No Logic’Only Magic’ seriously and delivered a madcap fun entertainer which needs the urge to search for ‘logics’ throw in the backseat. Then we can join the dunnoarty along with the characters onscreen. Director Sree Harsha Konuganti sole aim is to entertain audience and evoke laughs throughout the film. His characterisations, situations and most importantly dialogues did the desired trick. The first half deals with the establishment of Trio and their bonding with villagers in a funny manner. 

The second half turns into horror comedy and the tone shifts in the film. Nevertheless, the smart writing continues to evoke laughs from start till the end. Despite its wafer thin plot, the neat execution and wit in dialogues manages to sail smoothly. However some characterisations lacks proper development and a crispier Runtime would have more benefitted the film. The progressive message is smartly induced into the narrative and addressing a social taboo in such a film seems quite surprising. It was very well handled. On a whole, ‘Om Bheem Bush’ is an enjoyable cinematic journey one can forget logics and experience magic of superlative performances aided with hilarious dialogues. 

Rating: 3.5 / 5

Bottom-line: A Contemporary & Captivating Humour Bound To Be Enjoyed


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