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Om Bheem Bush Review - The Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna starrer is a time-pass horror comedy

Om Bheem Bush Review: The Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna starrer has multiple time-pass moments. The chemistry of the trio is one of the biggest highlights of the film. 

Om Bheem Bush Review - The Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna starrer is a time-pass horror comedy

Om Bheem Bush

Last Updated: 02.25 PM, Mar 22, 2024


Om Bheem Bush Story

Krish (Sree Vishnu), Vinay (Priyadarshi), and Madhav (Rahul Ramakrishna) establish themselves as the Bang Bros, who can solve any problem in their village. This leaves the Aghors in their village upset, as they used to be the ones who cheated the public. They make a plan and challenge the Bang Bros to go to Sampangi Mahal and bring out the hidden treasure that is kept under the haunted house. The trio takes up the challenge and enters the Mahal, only to get into a further mess. How they make it back is the rest of the story.

Om Bheem Bush Review

From the time the first-look teaser of Om Bheem Bush was revealed, the makers prepared the audience to not look for the logic in the movie but simply the film. So, Om Bheem Bush is an over-the-top but enjoyable experience. What catches your attention is the way the story is set between the three friends and the weird things happening around them.

The fun confrontations, over-the-top humor and performances of the lead cast make you forget the basic logic of what is being showcased in the setup. One of the major assets of the film are the one-liners, which are cleverly inserted in the narrative and keep the audience engaged in the story. Om Bheem Bush has many over-the-top moments.

Strategically, if you look at them, one can find many mistakes, but the makers cleverly cover things up with humour even when the trio is not delivering any punch lines. In all this, there are many loopholes in the script that cannot be ignored. In the name of forgetting the logic, the makers have twisted the story so much that it looks silly at many times.

The character transformations are also not proper. For example, the way Sree Vishnu changes gears in his character with his weird actions looks out of place. The first half is dragged on for no reason. The main conflict of entering the Sampangi Mahal takes a lot of time. The makers waste too much time establishing the characters of the trio and the concept of Bang Bros.

In terms of performance, Sree Vishnu does a good job. High on the success of his last film, Samajavaragamana, he showcases yet another comic side to the audience. Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna can get into the skin of any character. The same happens in this film as well. Their fun banter and histrionics leave the audience in splits. In a way, the mesmerising chemistry of the trio is the highlight and takes the film forward.

Priya Vadlamani sizzles in a special act and she is good. Ayesha Khan and Preity Mukundam are neat in their roles and the rest of the cast was also decent. The dialogues need a special mention, as the tongue-in-cheek humour is amazing in the film. The production values are decent. But the VFX that showcases the spooky thrills and haunted mansion could have been a lot better. The camerawork is okay, as is the production design.

Director Sree Harsha is known for his fun films and he takes his reach to the next level. He has roped in three actors who are considered at the top of their game when it comes to comedy and given them roles in such a way that the audience enjoys the characters. Om Bheem Bush is about them—how they behave, how they fight, and how they survive the thrills as a team. In all this, the other aspects of drama, conflict, and thrill reduce a bit, but the audience gets what they were expecting while watching the film.


Om Bheem Bush Verdict

On the whole, Om Bheem Bush is a funny horror comedy that hits the right notes at regular intervals. Alhough there is no logic or seriousness, the film has multiple laughs and crazy situations that the audience will enjoy. Such films need to be enjoyed on the big screen along with the audience to get the right feeling and Om Bheem Bush is that film which delivers what it promised and ends as a time pass comedy.

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