An upcoming director (Sathya Dev) narrates a story line to actress Shalu (Nivetha Pethuraj). The story is about three friends who form the R3 batch, Rahul (Sree Vishnu), Rakesh (Praiyadarshi) and Rambabu (Rahul Ramakrishna). The story being narrated by the director and the story of R3 batch will be interlocked with the character of Mithra (Nivetha Thomas). The story of the R3 batch rescuing Mithra forms the core of the film.
Sree Vishnu always chooses unique story lines that are different from the generic commercial flicks. The negative comments of Sree Vishnu appearing on the screen every time irrespective of the character he plays apply to this film too but on a lighter scale. Nivetha Thomas who is known for her talent but not beauty even both of them are on par, nails the role of Mithra which is the crux of the story. Rahul Ramakrishna and Priyadarshi have a great chemistry which they have been maintaining from a few films. The film has two stories which are interlocked with parallel screenplay. One story is of the intermediate students where the R3 batch comes in. Even though the three mischievous youngsters are showcased with equal significance Sree Vishnu takes a step to establish his dominance in the group which is a generic cliche in the Telugu films. The friendship of these three youngsters with Mithra is the main part of their story and the fresh approach to this line can be appreciated for some original thoughts. The dialogue is hilarious in the first half between these three. The second story line is that of director and the actress. The director tries to impress the actress with his story line but the actress Shalu is impressed to the director instead of the story to which we will never get a reason. Nivetha Pethuraj and Sathya Dev did not have a great scope to explore their characters because of the congested writing but for the time being, they did a good job.
Vivek Athreya, whose first film is Mental Madhilo starring Sree Vishnu as the main lead chose him again for his second film too. Mental Madhilo is known for its sensibilities and fresh approach among which Vivek took only the fresh approach in Brochevarevarura. The sensible touch is replaced with hilarious tone which works out only in the first half of the film. Not that the second half won’t impress, but the pace tests the audience’s patience at times. The highlight of the film is the interval which is spectacular and breath taking but the climax is so poor that the brilliance of the interval is doubted if it is accidental or intentional. The main minus for the film is the screenplay. Even though Vivek tried parallel screenplay for the narration, the technique will not suffice the audience if the story is not gripping. But that remark cannot be applied to this film as the story does not lack gripping nature but there is nothing to get gripped onto. The story line is so thin that the scenes have to be prolonged to cope up for the length of the film. But Vivek should have thought that lengthy scenes are not everyone’s cup of tea.
Vivek Sagar tops the list with his amazing background score. The songs which are enjoyable in the album are the only songs that work in the film too. Sai Sriram’s camera work tried to create a separate mood for the film but on an overall tone it could have been better. Editing is alright.
The content in the theater does not surpass the posters and promotions which lured the audience. On an overall tone, the film disappoints those who expected it to be a unique one but it satisfies the audience with no expectations. The film is hilarious, nostalgic (in Intermediate scenes) and has a fresh approach. The slow pace and the crime part in the plot of the film are the only things that are intended to work out but did not.