After delivering a series of successful films in Kannada, director P Vasu returns with another suspense but with a touch of family sentiments attached to it. Unlike his previous psychological horror thrillers, this time the maker tries his hand at a different subject, which sings a healing tune.
With the perfect combination of Karunada Chakravarthy Dr Shivarajkumar, Dwarakish Chitra producing it which marks the 100th as composer for Gurukiran, Aayushmanbhava is a well balanced entertainment which caters to all kinds of audience, especially the family, which is why the tagline of the movie says family together, a blessing nowadays.
Further, Rachitha Ram in a 'challenging' role, is another reason not to miss the musical family drama.
The epicenter of this latest from Shivanna in the lead, is Krishna, the protagonist who gets into the life of a rich family which has its own share of happiness and tragedy as well. The head of the family played by Anantnag, who has lost his only daughter and his son in law in a fire incident on a train, lives with the pain that his grandfather (Rachitha Ram) is suffering trauma of witnessing her parents tragic death.
The humour comes from Sadhu Kokila while Aayushmanbhava is more about family and the suspense wrapped around the character of Krishna.
Gurukiran delivers yet another soothing experience for the movie which has a musical connection to it. Curious to know the suspense around Shivanna's character and tiger chasing sequence and not to forget the underwater sequence, then go grab the tickets for a good family entertainment.