Om Bheem Bush Movie Review

Cast: Sree Vishnu, Priyadarshi, Rahul Ramakrishna, Preethi Mukundhan, Ayesha Khan, Srikanth, Priya Vadlamani

Director: Sree Harsha Konuganti

Producers: V Celluloid, Sunil Balusu

Music Director: Sunny M.R.


“Om Bheem Bush” unfolds the tale of three friends – Krish (Sree Vishnu), Vinay (Priyadarshi), and Madhav (Rahul Ramakrishna) – who embark on an adventure to uncover hidden treasure in the haunted palace of Sampangi Mahal in the village of Bhairavakona. As they brave through challenges and encounters with the mysterious ghost Sampangi, the story reveals their fate, the identity of Sampangi, and their quest’s outcome.


The film captivates with its enchanting narrative, urging audiences to embrace a world where logic takes a backseat. Director’s innovative marketing sets the stage for an immersive experience, preparing viewers for a ride filled with surprises.

Despite a straightforward plot, the execution shines through, especially in the latter half, with engaging dialogues and seamless storytelling.

The ensemble cast delivers commendable performances, with each actor adding a distinct charm to their respective roles. Sree Vishnu’s portrayal of a linguistically challenged flirt, alongside Madhav’s eccentricity and Vinay’s pragmatism, creates a delightful on-screen chemistry.

Racha Ravi’s inclusion adds depth to the ensemble, blending seamlessly with the cast.


While the film excels in execution and humor, it may leave some questions unanswered. However, the director skillfully prepares the audience to suspend disbelief, allowing them to immerse in the fantastical elements.

Secondary characters, particularly Preethi Mukundan’s, lack depth, and certain dialogues might unsettle certain viewers. Additionally, abrupt character arc shifts, especially in Sree Vishnu’s case, feel contrived.

The first half could benefit from tighter pacing and trimming of unnecessary scenes.

Technical Aspects:

Director Sree Harsha Konuganti adeptly blends horror, comedy, and emotion, crafting an entertaining narrative with a subtle message.

Sunny MR’s innovative sound design enhances the cinematic experience, while Raj Thota’s cinematography captures the essence of each scene flawlessly. Vijay Vardhan Kavuri’s editing maintains the film’s pace effectively.

Om Bheem Bush (2024) - IMDb

Despite impressive production values, the VFX could be more polished, though the art department’s attention to detail shines through.


“Om Bheem Bush” offers an enjoyable cinematic journey with decent performances and engaging storytelling. Despite minor pacing issues and occasional lapses in logic, it remains a suitable choice for weekend entertainment. Audiences willing to overlook these flaws will find the film’s humor captivating, making it a recommended watch for the weekend.