Thank You Brother Review – Watchable emotional thriller

Starring : Anasuya Bharadwaj, Viraj Ashwin, Mounika Reddy, Viva Harsha, Anish Kuruvilla, Annapurna, Kadambari Kiran
Director : Ramesh Raparthi
Producer : Magunta Sarath Chandra Reddy, Tharak Bommi Reddy
Music Director : Guna Balasubramanian
Release date : May 07,2021

Thank You Brother ReviewWith COVID 19 striking hard, small-budget films have started to go the OTT way once again. One of them is Anasuya’s Thank You Brother. It is out on AHA and read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.


Abhi(Viraj Ashwin) is a rich guy who is careless and arrogant. One fine day, he comes to meet his dad’s friend and takes the lift in the apartment. That is the time, Priya(Anasuya) also takes the same light. To their bad luck, they get stuck in the lift.


Ansuya is the only solace of this film performance-wise. She is getting better with every film and does a very good job in this film. She as a pregnant lady did a lot of justice to her role. Anasuya was very good in all the painful delivery scenes.

Viraj Ashwin did well as the arrogant rich man but failed when it comes to emoting in the crunch emotional scenes. He is new and needs to work on his expressions. Viva Harsha, Anish Kuruvilla, and other supporting cast were good.


Thank You Brother is a film that is supposed to be a thriller. But the director adds various aspects to it and makes things emotional. Anasuya’s family thread with Annapurna is god but that is not highlighted well at all. More time should have been given to that story and make things look realistic.

But the director focuses more on Abhi’s story and adds so much drama which was not needed at all. This eats up most of the first half and bores the audience. So many routine scenes take up screen time. But the film starts making sense from the second half when the lift angle comes into the picture.

From here, the director makes a lot of sense and adds good emotions that are neat to watch. Except for a few logics here and there, the thrills showcased are decent. The production values and camera work is pretty good.

The film is perfect for an OTT watch as it has a crisp runtime. In a nutshell, Thank You, Brother, is a decent film that has simple emotions. Barring the dull first half, this film makes for a decent watch.

Bottom Line – Has its moments

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