Everything’s tied in with cherishing your parents in law, however, what happens when a miserly child-in-law is locked inside a house with his mate’s more distant family for 21 days? Bringing all the franticness and disorder of lock-down weddings to your screens, SonyLIV’s first Telugu film Vivaha Bhojanambu is a family performer to keep an eye out for.
The film portrays the romantic tale of Mahesh, a penny pincher from a working-class family, and Ramya who hails from a rich joint family. Exploiting the pandemic circumstance, Mahesh persuades the families to get them hitched within the sight of direct relations. Much to his dismay that a cross-country lockdown would foil his endeavors for a savvy marriage. Some 14-odd individuals from the more distant family living with the love bird couple for 21 days in a row — this isn’t something Mahesh had expected. What follows is a progression of amusing circumstances, enlivened by evident occasions that guarantee to make you giggle till your sides hurt.
Talking about the movie, director Ram Abbaraju says, “Vivaha Bhojanambu is tied in with catching the substance of what we as a whole have gone through in the pandemic, blended in with a scramble of satire. Post a wedding, being left with the whole family for 21 days is relatable and will take the crowd on an exciting ride of chuckling.”
Bringing this “amazing family performer” to the crowd, Ashish Golwalkar, Head — Content, SET, and Digital Business says, “We are pleased to dispatch our first Telugu film, Vivaha Bhojanambu for our crowd across districts. The film enjoys some real success on satire and draws out a new, relatable story around the lockdown circumstance we as a whole have been in. We trust this without a doubt performer keeps the crowd snared.” Produced by KS Sinish and Sundeep Kishan, the film includes the prestigious Telugu humorist Satya Akkala and debutant Aarjavee Raaj in lead jobs. Vivaha Bhojanambu will likewise be accessible in Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada just on SonyLIV.