Review : Om Bheem Bush – Enjoyable horror comedy drama
Published on Mar 23, 2024 3:08 am IST
Om Bheem Bush Telugu Movie Review

Movie Name : Om Bheem Bush

Release Date : March 22, 2024 Rating : 3.25/5

Starring: 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

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The highly-anticipated movie Om Bheem Bush, starring Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna, has finally hit theaters worldwide today. Delve into our review to know how it fares.


Three friends, Krish (Sree Vishnu), Vinay (Priyadarshi), and Madhav (Rahul Ramakrishna), venture into the village of Bhairavakona, where locals fear a ghost known as Sampangi. Challenged to uncover treasure hidden within the Sampangi Mahal, they bravely enter the haunted palace. What unfolds next? Do they encounter any consequences? Who exactly is Sampangi? Does the ghost pose a threat to them? And most importantly, do they succeed in finding the treasure? All these mysteries will be unraveled in the movie.

Plus Points:

Om Bheem Bush mesmerizes audiences with its magical allure, urging them to embrace a narrative where logic takes a backseat. The director’s ingenious marketing sets the stage for an immersive experience, encouraging viewers to surrender to many inexplicable surprises.

Despite its simplistic plot, the film captivates through its neat execution and fun dialogues, particularly during its latter half.

The ensemble cast delivers standout performances, each bringing a unique charm to their roles. From Sree Vishnu’s endearing portrayal of a linguistically challenged flirt to Madhav’s eccentric alcoholic and Vinay’s sensible character, their on-screen chemistry evokes continuous laughter.

Racha Ravi’s addition adds depth, seamlessly blending with the ensemble.

Minus Points:

While Om Bheem Bush excels in execution and wit, it occasionally leaves viewers with unanswered questions. Nevertheless, the director adeptly prepares the audience to forget logic, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in the fantastical elements of the story.

However, secondary characters, including heroine Preethi Mukundan, lack development, and certain dialogues may discomfort some viewers. Furthermore, the abrupt transformation in Sree Vishnu’s character arc feels somewhat contrived.

The first half would benefit from tighter storytelling and trimming unnecessary scenes.

Technical Aspects:

Director Sree Harsha Konuganti skillfully blends horror, comedy, and emotion, crafting an entertaining film with an underlying message.

Sunny MR’s creative sound design enhances the cinematic experience, creating unique atmospheres throughout. Raj Thota’s cinematography captures the essence of each scene flawlessly, complemented by Vijay Vardhan Kavuri’s seamless editing.

While the production values impress, the VFX could have been more polished, yet the art department’s meticulous attention to detail shines.


On the whole, Om Bheem Bush promises an enjoyable cinematic journey enriched by decent performances and nice storytelling. Despite minor pacing issues and occasional lapses in logic, the film remains a decent choice for weekend entertainment. Those who can overlook these flaws will find the movie’s humour truly captivating. It’s the best option to enjoy this weekend watching this fun flick. Rating: 3.25/5

Reviewed by 123telugu Team

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