Om Bheem Bush Movie Review

Published On: March 22, 2024   |   Posted By:

Om Bheem Bush Movie Review

Om Bheem Bush Movie Poster

Om Bheem Bush Movie Poster

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“Om Bheem Bush” is a Telugu language horror-comedy film written and directed by Sree Harsha Konuganti and bankrolled by Sunil Balusu under the banner of V Celluloid. The film stars Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna in main roles, with Mukundhan, Ayesha Khan, and Racha Ravi in supporting roles. The film’s music is composed by Sunny M R, cinematography by Raj Thota, and editing is handled by Vijay Vardhan Kavuri. Right from the release of the posters, trailer, and pre-release interviews, the team promoted it in a different way and also emphasized the tagline ‘No logic, Only Magic’ for the movie. So, the audience can expect a laugh riot but with no coherent story. Let’s see how the movie turns out.


Three friends, freshly graduated scientists, Krishnakanth (Sree Vishnu), Vinay Gummadi (Priyadarshi), and Madhav Relangi (Rahul Ramakrishna), embark on a journey after completing their studies, seeking employment or opportunities to meet their daily needs. Unintentionally, they venture into the village of Bhairavapuram, where people live in fear of the Sampangi ghost. They start a business solving the village’s problems and receive payment for their services. One day, Bairagi’s group, who are already engaged in similar activities in the village, challenges the trio to rid the people of the Sampangi ghost residing in the Mahal. Will the trio accept the challenge? What consequences will they face, and how will they resolve the situation? That forms the rest of the story.


Feeling stressed? Craving a good laugh regardless of logic or story? “Om Bheem Bush” is the movie for you. The title itself is a familiar mantra for invoking magic, and true to its tagline, ‘No Logic Only Magic,’ this film delivers just that—pure magic sans logic.

Om Bheem Bush Movie Poster

Om Bheem Bush Movie Poster

Sree Harsha Konuganti masterfully blends horror, comedy, and emotion, though the first half could use some more humor. The real hilarity kicks in when the story shifts to the village of Bhairavapuram. The trio’s antics, from promoting their problem-solving business to helping individuals with various predicaments, such as finding hidden treasures or aiding someone with erectile dysfunction, elicit genuine laughs.

The film cleverly incorporates references to Prabhas and trendy meme dialogues, appealing to the youth audience. The initial dullness, featuring Srikanth Iyengar as the professor, may test patience, but once the narrative transitions to Bhairavapuram, the laughter flows steadily. Scenes in the Mahal, where the trio encounters ghosts and hunts for hidden treasures, are particularly uproarious, accompanied by emotionally resonant backstories.

While the main characters shine, the heroine’s role feels underdeveloped, lacking sufficient depth. Production values are commendable, with solid art direction and decent graphics, though more focus could have been placed on polishing them. The music, while not exceptional, suits the genre well. Editing could be tighter, trimming unnecessary scenes for a more cohesive experience.


  • The trio delivered exactly what their characters demanded.
  • The ghost sequences are well-executed and enjoyable.
  • The dialogues are strong and add to the humor.


  • Some dialogues fail to evoke laughter.
  • The film feels a bit dragged due to certain unnecessary and repetitive scenes.

Technical Aspects:

The production values are commendable, with solid art direction contributing to the immersive setting of the village of Bhairavapuram. While the graphics are acceptable, there is room for improvement in terms of refinement. The music, though not outstanding, effectively complements the film’s genre, enhancing the overall experience. However, the editing could benefit from tighter cuts to streamline the narrative and eliminate unnecessary scenes, ensuring a more cohesive viewing experience for the audience.


“Om Bheem Bush” delivers on its promise of providing laughter without logic, blending horror, comedy, and emotion. While it may falter in pacing and character development, its strong production values and humor make it an enjoyable watch for those seeking a lighthearted escape.