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Brahmotsavam Movie Review

Total Reviews - 12
Average Rating - 5.1/10
Yes - 5
No - 1
Neutral - 6

Critic Reviews Brahmotsavam

  • Times Of India | Review By -Pranita Jonnalagedda Rating-6/10
Brahmotsavam is a very ambitious film. Wanting to tell so many things that nothing ends up being conveyed properly. You do not understand, for instance, why Mahesh goes on a journey to find his routes. There may be a reason, but it's lost in translation. And many more elements go through the same treatment. This is less of Brahmotsavam and more of BoreUtsavam.
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  • The Hindu | Review By -Y Sunita Chowdhary Rating-5/10
Dialogues are lengthy and post-interval become needlessly cryptic. Most of the time Mahesh becomes a beguiling factor in moving the otherwise dragging plot, ahead. Brahmotsavam is a confident, grand and sublime title for a noble plot that has been given a superficial treatment. Any joy that comes from the hero or this story is only ephemeral.
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  • Bollywood Life | Review By -H Shivkumar Rating-6/10
The flaws are only one or two, but they are so major that they threaten to ruin the entire film, which would have happened had it not been for great performances and amazing visuals. In the end Brahmotsavam is strictly a one time watch and mostly for Mahesh Babu fans. It is a decent ride that will leave you a little unsatisfied towards the end. But kudos to Srikanth Addala for trying to do something different.
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  • DNA | Review By -Latha Srinivasan Rating-5/10
The script by Addala is not very engaging and that's one of the major flaws in this film. It's a movie meant for the family audience but sadly the misses are too many. Brahmotsavam wants to be a celebration of the family, but unfortunately, it's in spurts rather than a Big Bang. And it's mainly Mahesh Babu who tries to keep the celebration going.
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  • Deccan Chronicle | Review By -Suresh Kavirayani Rating-6/10
Brahmotsavam is good on paper, but the execution is not interesting. There is no big drama, except celebrations all the time, and director Srikanth Addala has failed to cash in on the great star cast he had. The narration is very slow and at times downright boring. The fate of Brahmotsavam depends on how the family audiences receive it.
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  • News 18 | Review By -Karthik Keramalu Rating-5/10
The nib of Sreekanth’s ‘Brahmotsavam’ states that we’re all a family. The problem is not that the nib is broken; the nib goes all over the place and it doesn’t know where to stop and how to draw a picture that doesn’t mumble black and white philosophies.
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  • Chitramala | Review By -Vikram Guru Rating-5/10
Good thing about Srikanth Addala movies is his dialogues, way of his emotional narration with a very strong characters. Second half could have been better. Compared to first half it is a let down. Srikanth Addala should have done a better job with his screenplay. Movie runs on a very slow pace in the second half. To sumup, Brahmotsavam is not a great attempt of celebration.
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  • AP Herald | Review By -Common Man Rating-6/10
Mahesh Babu's emotional performance will be the talk of the town. But the supporting cast is in huge number and they never strike the balance with the story. But despite its flaws, the movie definitely is an eye-opener and it has to be watched with family. Mahesh Babu's performance single handedly redeems this film.
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  • Behindwoods | Review By -Avinash Pandian Rating-5/10
The screenplay is very loose and you would feel a lot of restless moments if you’re not a fan of such plain family dramas, specifically during the second half of the film. It is the moments that decide the faith of such family dramas. The director was conscious enough to infuse many such moments but sadly none of them actually make an impact and that is what goes against the film. Hackneyed family drama that rides on the shoulders of Mahesh Babu!
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  • 123 Telugu | Review By -123Telugu Rating-6/10
Brahmotsavam is a film which has some decent moments going its way. This is not your regular dance and fight movie and has some simple emotions. Mahesh Babu’s performance, family emotions and huge star cast are basic assets. If you ignore the predictable nature of the storyline and some boring moments during the second half, this is one film which can be enjoyed with your family.
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  • Filmi Beat | Review By -Pravallika Anjuri Rating-5/10
Brahmotsavam is surely a technically rich film, with some brilliant technicians on board. Though too many songs in the first half spoiled the mood, tunes scored by Mickey J Mayer were foot tapping.Brahmotsavam will give you moments, where you will find yourself relating to at least one principal character in the movie. But, if you are expecting an entertainer with humour and hero elevations, it will bore you to death.
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  • Now Running | Review By -Now Running Rating-3/10
Brahmotsavam turned out to be a disappointment. The major credit of this should go to the director who despite having every thing at his disposal, failed to translate the good point in to a good film. Except for few scenes mainly around the interval and climax, the film is boring especially with those never ending lengthy dialogues. Lets see how it fares at the box office!
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Mahesh Babu, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Pranitha Subhash, Naresh, Sathyaraj, Brahmaji, Jayasudha, Revathi, Saranya Ponvannan, Easwari Rao, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Sayaji Shinde, Tulasi, Krishna Bhagavan, Pavani Gangireddy
Srikanth Addala
Srikanth Addala
Srikanth Addala
R Rathnavelu
Mickey J Meyer
produced by: 
Mahesh Babu, Prasad V Potluri
Comedy, Drama, Romance
run time: 
156 minutes
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Plot Synopsis
'Brahmotsavam', celebrates the ideals of family values, and delves into relationships, adding the importance of preserving traditions through generations.