OVERVIEW: The lead male characters in the film are played by Tejus Kancherla, Tej Kurapati, Abhinav Medishetti, and Dinesh Tej. They have been ‘jigri dosts’ (best friends) of the highest order since school days. They can’t live without each other and can even break up with the girlfriend for the sake of their friendship. wwSoon after their academics, the friends go about their semi-adventurous lives. But all their plans are ruined when the love lives of two of the friends fall flat due to some self-inflicted wounds.
REVIEW: To make the matters worse, one of the friends faces a gigantic problem. What is it? How are the friends going to take on it head on? Answers to these questions are found in the second half.
The fun factor is decent and has been executed well at regular intervals. Most of it is about girlfriends and this features a lot of double meaning dialogues and romance which will only attract the youth. The performances of the lead cast were decent enough. Tejus is neat in his role and leads from the front. The guy who did the role of Bunty is pretty good as he generates decent comedy with his fun character.
Daksha Nagarkar looks natural and is very good in her role. Rahul Ramakrishna evokes decent laughs in his role of a frustrated software engineer. The bondage between the four friends has been showcased well.
Production values of the film are decent as the youthful atmosphere has been captured in a good manner. Music is below par except for Sid Sriram’s song and so was the background score. Dialogues have been written with a lot of wit. Editing is decent and so was the production design.
Coming to the director Sri Harsha, he has only concentrated on the fun part and left the emotions and drama completely. He falters with his narration in the second part and could have elevated the family drama even more. But he missed on it and made the ending pale and routine.
Final verdict of the film is Husharu has right blend of romance, humor and emotions. The film has lot of entertainment. The director Sree Harsha Konuganti has come up with a simple story line, but executes it in interesting and enjoyable manner.