Natasaarvabhowma Movie Review
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Puneet Rajkumar gifts audience a brilliant horror thriller
Gagan Deekshith (Puneeth Rajkumar) is a journalist who lives in Kolkata. He comes to Bengaluru to search for a missing person. Upon doing so, he stumbles upon union minister Ghanshyam Yadav ( P Ravi Shankar) who plans to woo the public.
However, his plans go for a toss when Gagan lands in the city. The editor of the publication that Gagan works for, want to be in the good books of the minister. So, he requests Gagan to do a special write-up about him.
As Gagan meets Ghanshaym, his opinion on the latter changes and the story begins. What will happen to the missing person? Will Gangan find out what happened to him?
Puneeth Rajkumar is easily the life of Natasaarvabhowma. His flamboyance, acting, charm and dancing managed to impress the audience to the core.
Heroines Rachita Ram and Anupama have managed to play their parts with conviction and believability. While Rachita steals the first half, Anupama shines in the second half.
Apart from the lead actors, it is actors Chikanna and Sadhu Kokila who impress us with their brilliant performances.
Ravi Shankar who appears as the politician has played his part to perfection.
Director Pavan Wadeyar has stuck gold with Natasaarvabhowma as he managed to incorporated unpredictable twists in a rather predictable storyline.
The climax of the film is the best we’ve seen in recent times. Pavan managed to take everyone by surprise with an incredible climax that does justice to the film.
Also, there is a lot to like about the film. Firstly, the film has references to late actor Dr Rajkumar and his films which are heartwarming to watch on-screen.
A good horror comedy films works when it’s comedy sequences manages to tickle our funny bones. And the comic stretches on Natasaarvabhowma does exactly just that.
Also, the scene in which the spirit appears in a dream is one of the well-etched scenes in a horror comedy that has hit the theatres in recent times.
The stunt sequences and Puneeth’s dancing has added that oomph factor to the film.
Composer D Imman’s songs were enjoyable and the songs Open The Bottle and Dance with Aapu were perfect for Puneeth to showcase his dancing talents.
Though Natasaarvabhowma is a brilliant horror comedy to watch out for, the film needed a crisp screenplay so that people don’t feel that it is over stretched.
Overall, Natasaarvabhowma is a complete entertainer that has the right dose of love, laughter, suspense, horror and thrill moments.