Thank You Brother Movie Review
Thank You Brother is a film that has skipped its theatrical release and is out on AHA. Read our review to find out if the film has anything interesting going it’s way.
Abhi(Viraj Ashwin) is a rich spoilt brat who is left in no man’s land due to his arrogant deeds. On the other hand, Priya is a pregnant widow who is going through some tough times. Due to some personal work, both Abhi and Priya arrive at an apartment and get stuck in the lift. It is lockdown time and not many also are there to help them. How will they face this deadly situation is the whole story of the film.
Starting off, the film has a really good premise and showcases the worlds of both Abhi and Priya in a very good manner. The visuals, taking and setup look good. But the director focuses much on Abhi’s story and makes things a bit boring. The bachelor life of Abhi, his issues with his mother and girlfriend, all these look good but there was no need for showcasing all these in so much detail.
Instead, Anasuya’s block is so good but is hardly given time. But still, Anasuya makes the most of it and gives a solid performance. She has worked well on her body language and also did her emotional role perfectly. Viraj Ashwin is a new actor and tried hard in his role and was just about okay.
But director Ramesh got his emotions on point and showcased the second half in a good way. The pregnancy-related scenes and the hero delivering the child, everything looks good. The emotions of Anasuya during this time and the manner in which it is connected with the hero’s story look good in the film. Though the film starts on an uneven note it is ended quite well which is good.
- Dull first half
- logical issues
Final Word :
Thank You Brother has a very good premise but it starts slow and has routine scenes in the beginning. Once the film enters the main plot, it provides good thrills, emotions, and good performances by the lead pair. For an OTT watch, this film looks perfect this weeked. Watch it with an open mind and you will end up liking it.
Rating : 2.75/5