Om Bheem Bush - Fun ride with a profound message

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Om Bheem Bush Movie Review

Movie: Om Bheem Bush
Rating: 3/5
Cast: Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna, Preethi Mukundhan, Ayesha Khan, Srikanth Iyer, Racha Ravi, Aditya Menon, and others
Director: Sree Harsha Konuganti
Produced By: V Celluloid, Sunil Balusu
Release Date: 22nd March 2024


Krish (Sree Vishnu), Vinay (Priyadarshi), and Madhav (Rahul Ramakrishna) are a group of fraudsters who come and settle in the village of Bhairavapuram. This village is known for its haunting ghost named Sampangi, which instills fear in the hearts of the locals. The trio, determined to unravel the secrets of the Sampangi Mahal, fearlessly enter the eerie palace. As the story unfolds, they face unforeseen consequences and encounter the enigmatic Sampangi. The question arises as to whether this ghost threatens their lives. Moreover, the ultimate goal of finding the hidden treasure remains a mystery. To uncover all these secrets, one must watch the movie.


Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna did a great job, but Sree Vishnu is the best performer; he comfortably dominates the other two in a few scenes. Preethi Mukundhan was okay, while Ayesha Khan did not have much scope to perform, but she ensured her presence was felt with her sizzling show. Srikanth Iyengar, Racha Ravi, Aditya Menon, and others were fine. 

What Worked For The Film:

Om Bheem Bush captivates its audience with its enchanting charm, compelling them to embrace a narrative where logic takes a backseat. The director's clever marketing sets the stage for an immersive experience, urging viewers to surrender to numerous unexplainable surprises. Despite its simple storyline, the film captivates through its precise execution and enjoyable dialogues, especially in the latter half. The talented ensemble cast delivers exceptional performances, each bringing a distinct charm to their respective 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 consistently evokes laughter. The film also has a supernatural element blended with a noble message that adds depth.

What Did Not Work For The Film:

Despite the director skillfully setting the stage for audiences to suspend their disbelief and fully engage with the fantastical aspects of the story, the film needs some help with the pacing. When there is a free flow in the proceedings, the audience does not bother about logic or reasoning, but Om Bheem Bush has some lag in between, and it loses clarity occasionally.

Om Bheem Bush Review And Verdict:

Om Bheem Bush is a fun ride with a profound message. The film benefits from the performance of the lead trio, hilarious scenes, and an emotional atmosphere during the pre-climax. At the same time, lag in some parts and an overdose of vulgar dialogues act against it. Overall, it is an enjoyable fare if one ignores the unseriousness of most of the parts. 

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