BrochevarevaruRa Movie Review – Youthful Entertainer

BrochevarevaruRa Movie Review - Youthful EntertainerRelease date : June 28, 2019

Starring :  Sri Vishnu,Nivetha Thomas,Nivetha Pethuraj\

Director :  Vivek Athreya

Producers :  Vijay Kumar Manyam

Music Director :  Vivek Sagar

Cinematographer :  Sai Sriram

Editor :  Ravi Teja Girijala

Brochevarevaru Ra has hit the silver screens today amidst a lot of curiosity. The comedy caper has Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna in prominent roles.

The underlying crime thriller thread has built a whole lot of expectations for this film. Let’s see whether it lives up to the hype.


Brochevarevaru Ra has two parallel threads which are interlaced with crime and comedy threads coherently.

It mainly revolves around Rahul Ramakrishna, Sree Vishnu, Nivetha Thomas, and Priyadarshi.

How are these completely independent lives interconnected? What are the consequences that they face? The answers to these questions are to be watched on the big screen.


Sree Vishnu is a natural performer. He does complete justice to his role with his acting prowess and relative ease.

Rahul and Darshi stand out with their impeccable performances. Their comedy timing keeps the viewers engaged all through the first half and form the crux of the film.

Nivetha Thomas and Nivetha Pethuraj are good in their roles as well. They deliver natural performances and set the tempo in key junctures of the film.

Technical Finesse:

Vivek Athreya proved again that he is a unique filmmaker. His narrative is unconventional yet insanely engaging at the same time.

The camera works are adequate. A few shots in the film look artistic, thanks to some impressive work from the men behind the cameras.

Music by Vivek Sagar is like fine art. This man is here to stay, and boy does he deliver the goods, especially with the background score, which is well and truly outstanding.

Final verdict:

Brochevarevaru Ra is an unconventional comedy-drama with an underlying crime thread. The first half is very entertaining, and the second half is more of a serious ride. Might connect with the A center audience.