Brahman (or Bramman) is a Tamil film directed by Socrates, a former assistant of Kamal Haasan, starring Sasikumar and newcomer Lavanya Tripathi in the lead roles.
CAST AND CREW
- Starring Sasi Kumar, Lavanya Tripathi, Naveen Chandra, Santhanam, and Soori.
- Directed by Socrates
- Produced by K. Manju and Anto Joseph
- Music by Devi Sri Prasad
- Cinematography Jomon T. John
- Studio K Manju Cinemas and Anto Joseph Film Company
Brahman (2014) Movie Review
Brahman is a rom com movie directed by Socrates a former assistant of Dr.Kamal Hassan, starring Sasikumar, Lavanya Thripathi, Santhanam, Soori, Jayaprakash and Padmapriya in guest appearance and music is scored by Devi Sri Prasad.
Sasikumar plays a city based character after a long time, the story is about a youngster’s struggle for his passion towards cinema. Sasikumar runs a theatre, but he faces some tax problems, then he decides to seek his friend’s help in Chennai.
Santhanam grabs attention with his usual comic sense and timing in the first half and Soori has played a small part in the second half, but he makes us laugh whenever he appears and also other casts have done their part decently, including Lavanya Thripathi.
Director did a good job portraying the struggle of other fellow cinema field people. Cinematography could have been better, same in the case of Editing. Choreography and stunts were good but hero could have performed better in both. Screenplay doesn’t lag and the running time keeps the movie watchable. Devi Sri Prasad’s songs were decent if not excellent.
The movie is watchable especially to the people who are struggling in Cinema field. You’ll surely love this movie and this story resembles much as Sasikumar’s real life story.
MOVIESDROP RATING: 2.5/5