Ooru Peru Bhairavakona Review


Ooru Peru Bhairavakona is a horror-thriller, with a sweet and tragic love story and comedy with great timing. The story revolves around Basava, the protagonist who attempts to make things right, in this process he sets on an adventure and lands in a village called Bhairavakona.


Sundeep Kishan, Varsha Bollamma, Kavya Thapar, Vennela Kishore, Viva Harsha, Brahmaji, Ravi Shankar P, and Vadivukkarasi play crucial roles in the film. The film also features many other established artists.

Thoughts on Ooru Peru Bhairavakona:

Ooru Peru Bhairavakona is an edge-of-the-seat thriller with pure entertainment. The rooted story and mesmerizing visuals, for instance, the fireflies, detailed makeup, and character portrayal make it a good film. The leads have no specific mannerisms that will make the audience remember them for an action, but the crucial characters are portrayed well, the police officer’s role is an interesting one, although the horror element is minimal, a new story in the sub-genres Dark and Gothic drama makes it thrilling to watch. Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji, and Ravi Shankar P were given the screenspace they deserved and their different portrayal brought a whole lot of entertainment to the film. Likewise, Sundeep Kishan lived up to the expectations and has done justice to his role, the strong female characters were not provided with enough screenspace, which could have brought about a difference while viewing their characters. The songs and the background score composed by Shekhar Chandra are commendable.

The film narrates the tale of every character by not just limiting it to the leads. The detailing, makeup, and visuals make each character stand out, from the gold ghost to the one who appears like a water monster and the other ghosts who look like zombies all of them hold significance. The gold ghost’s makeup signifies his reason for death, while the other’s portrayal reveals the reason behind his death. The zombie-looking ghosts signify the vengeful attitude of the souls that could not walk the path of the afterlife. With a variety of ghosts and a new story, the film becomes a must-watch theatrical film. One takeaway from the film is the proper portrayal of the Gothic element.

Gothic and Dark element dramas are a sub-genre of horror content. Gothic drama often narrates the story of escaping the clutch of desires and emotions like anger, hatred, and many more negative emotions of a human being, where evil has the upper hand, but the protagonist escapes from its clutches for being supremely strong mentally.


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