Brahmotsavam is an upcoming Indian drama film written and directed by Srikanth Addala which is simultaneously being shot in Telugu and Tamil languages. Produced by Prasad V Potluri under the banner PVP cinema, it features Mahesh Babu, Kajal Aggarwal, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Pranitha Subhash in the lead roles. Mickey J. Meyer composes the film's music while R. Rathnavelu and A. Sreekar Prasad handle the film's cinematography and editing respectively. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 29 April 2016.Wikipedia
“Brahmotsavam” tests the patience with its idiotic scenes, directionless screenplay, and snail-paced romantic thread. If not for Mahesh Babu’s presence, the film collapses completely.
Despite director's honest attempts to make us emotionally involved, we would emotionlessly wait for it to end. The best scene of the second half comes during the climax. But it is not strong enough to make us forget all the pain that we have gone through till that point. Even the family audiences will not be able to connect with these artificial emotions and lackluster script. Mahesh the superstar too will need a miracle to save this one from sinking.
May not be everyone’s film, but it may appeals to people who have seen joint family systems that aren't existent lately. For those looking for entertainment, don't think too much to skip it!
The eye catching cinematography, editing and the simple yet powerful dialogues are mind blowing. Mickey J Meyer’s extraordinary tunes has added an advantage to the movie and all the songs were shot well on huge colorful sets.Verdict: One time watcher, A good family entertainer.
'Brahmotsavam' has grand theme and ideas but the director has failed to tell in convincing way as it is laced with tedious sequences, unending songs. Mahesh Babu’s performance, rich production values and absolutely bright camera work have worked out in this movie that has many issues. A huge letdown.