It’s been a while Brahmi is in full form in his films. Even films starring him, recently other comedians like Prithviraj (Loukyam) and Srinivas Reddy, others in Geethanjali and Sapthagiri have outwitted him. After a gap, Brahmi is back with Joru.
As title suggests, star comedian Brahmanandam is in full ‘joru’ (speed) in his latest release Joru and keeps audience engaged with his expressions, punch dialogues and pranks. His failed attempt to reveal his flashback and his satires against various characters and offering his ‘bald patch’ to Sayaji to kiss as a sign of appreciation and so on.
Of course, Sundeep and Sayaji and others have their share of comedy, but director Kumar Nagendra banks completely on Brahmi to pull of yet another ‘light-hearted entertainer that relies on comedy than storyline. Actually, Brahmi finds himself in a meaty role after Loukyam, that exploits his immense talent, so it’s Brahmi all the way. Surely, the comedian was a strong wicket one more time after Dookudu and Attarintiki Daredi.