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Brahma.Com is the fantasy comedy entertainer scripted and directed by Vijaykumar. The film features “ Nakul” in the lead role. Ashna Zaveri plays the female lead. “ K Bhagyaraj,” Naan Kadavul Rajendran, " Kausalya," Neetu Chandra, Siddharth Vipin, and “ Jagan” are in the cast. The cinematography is by Deepak Kumar and editing is by Sabu Joseph. The music composition is by Siddharth Vipin.
Kameswaran and Rameswaran are the brothers but both of them hate each other. Both the brothers are working in the same company. Rameswaran is a brainy guy and his life moves as he wishes. Kameswaran couldn’t get the life he wants. Kameswaran falls in love with Manisha. But Manisha has some interest in Rameswaran. So, Kameswaran prays to Brahma to interchange his life with his brother’s. Brahma provides him what he wants. Kameswaran is now well settled. But, he is forced to marry the daughter of a local gangster. Besides this, he has to solve an issue with an actress. What happens next? Did Kameswaran return to his previous position? Watch the film in theaters.
Nakul and Siddharth have played their part well. Both of them are given chances to emote to different situations. All the other stars have done justice to the given roles.
When we hear the script initially, we might feel that the central theme is similar to that of Jayam Ravi and Arvind Swamy starrer “ Bogan,” which is just interchanging the souls. But Brahma.com is entirely different from the theme of Bogan. Although the film has a good number of stars, the story is completely moving around Nakul. Although it is a fantasy that needs no logic, something should have been sensible while executing. The director should have concentrated much on the script and the execution. Unlike his previous film, Siddharth Vipin has done a full-fledged role in this movie.
What’s Not There?
The film shows the mentality of the people who are not satisfied with what they have. However, it is just a fantasy film without any logic. Although it is not a film to celebrate, it could be watched once!
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