ldquo Hushaaru rdquo is directed by Sree Harsha Konuganti The film has the star cast of Tejus Kancherla Abhinav Medishetti Tej Kurapati Dinesh Tej Priya

Hushaaru Movie Review

Hushaaru Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Hushaaru"
Runtime: 2 Hour 27 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 14-12-2018
Genre: Comedy, Drama
2.25 / 5.0



Hushaaru” is directed by Sree Harsha Konuganti. The film has the star cast of Tejus Kancherla, Abhinav Medishetti, Tej Kurapati, Dinesh Tej, Priya Vadlamani, Daksha Nagarkar, Rahul Ramakrishna and Ramya. Bekkem Venugopal produced the film. “ Radhan” and Sunny MR composed the music. Raj Thota is the cinematographer and Vijay Vardhan is the editor.


Four friends are living a joyous life. They enjoy their life to an extent without any ambition. To put a break to their happiness, something happens in their life and they find it hard to handle. What happened? How did the friends manage to come back to normal? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

The lead actors have given a decent performance; especially Tejus and Daksha. Rahul Ramakrishna’s comedy performance had worked out a bit.


The story has nothing new and it has the usual friendship and romancing tracks. The double meaning dialogues and the romance scenes are designed for the youth and the general audiences definitely don’t like these kinds of scenes. Certain double meaning dialogues irritate even the youngsters. However, the director has showcased the bonding between the friends, well. The music is not impressive and the BGM is okayish. When we think that the director will make something new in the climax, we will definitely be disappointed.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the leads is pretty decent
  • Song by Inkem boy Sid Sriram is okayish

What’s Not There?

  • Dialogues are witty yet a lot of double meaning words
  • It looks stupid to see the comedy track while a serious issue was going on


The film might attract the youth, who love to watch romantic stories and this is definitely not for family audiences, as it has a lot of double meaning dialogues.