|Photographer||Deepak Kumar Padhy|
Siddharth Vipin is the CEO of a company where Nakul Jaidev works. The latter is always jealous about the kind of life Siddharth gets to enjoy, and often question the gods for why he is cursed to live a medicore life with so many hardships.
A while later, Nakul gets really frustrated with his life and starts to vent it out in front of God Bramma's (the creator of the universe and life), statue in a temple. He says that he regrets his life, and that he is much better than Siddharth, and wishes to take his designation post so that he can live a life like he does. Following that, a series of events occur and Nakul is switched places with Siddharth, only that he (Siddharth) doesn't know about it.
Nakul initially panics, but then learns to enjoy his life as this change over gets him rich and to places. Meanwhile, he approaches Ashna Zaveri, his love of the life with a new found confidence due to his post as a CEO. But, she rejects him stating that she loves Siddharth Vipin. A shocked Nakul wonders what she sees in Siddharth, as he is the place where he (Nakul) was in before. In this situation, Nakul faces and is burden with so many problems which were previously faced by Siddharth. How Nakul gets of this mess that he has caught himself with forms the crux of the story.
Like always, Nakul Jaidev looks casual and has delivered a decent performance. Siddharth Vipin has acted and composed music for the film. As an actor, he has done a good job. Like wise, on the musical front, his background scores are much better than his songs. Ashna Zaveri's cuteness is admirable and has also performed well. Jagan Purushottam and Rajendran comedy works in parts.
Actors K Bhagyaraj, Kausalya Shivasankaran, Neetu Chandra and Upasana RC are seen in pivotal roles and they have done justice in playing their parts neatly. Purus Vijayakumar has attempted to make a fantasy film, which tells us that we should be happy with the life we are given by the creators (gods) and to make the most of it instead of crying for more or less.
The director's intention and concept may be good and has to be appreciated for the attempt. But, he falters with the screenplay as the story is poorly executed, it is draggy and has so many unwanted scenes. Purus also has to work on the humour department as the comedy sequences seemed forced and old. Deepak Kumar Padhy's has cranked the camera well. While J Sabu Joseph's cuts are impressive.
In short, Bramma.Com, could have been much better.