Harom Hara Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast and Crew

Harom Hara Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast and Crew

Harom Hara Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast and Crew
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  • Director:
    Gnanasagar Dwaraka
  • Cast:
    Sudheer Babu, Malvika Sharma, Sunil
  • Banner:
    Sree Subrahmanyeshwara Cinemas
  • Producer:
    Sumanth G Naidu
  • Music:
    Chaitan Bharadwaj
  • Release Dt :
    Jun, 14 2024


Subramaniam (Sudheer Babu) is a lab assistant who loses his job after a dispute with the local mafia in Kuppam. Devi (Malvika Sharma) is his colleague and friend. His friend Palani Sammy (Sunil) accidentally gives him the idea of a gun manufacturing business. He soon becomes the local gangster. Who does he sell the gun to and what happens next? Harom Hara answers these questions.


Harom Hara Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast and Crew

The biggest action blockbusters of recent years have become the benchmark for genre films, but many directors couldn't break the hangover from these films. Harom Hara is often reminiscent of films like Pushpa and KGF, but still has its charm. Harom Hara is a gangster drama set in the 80s and portrays a man who finds himself on the receiving end of a constant downfall. Harum Hara starts off with a casual atmosphere but then quickly shifts into action mode and is fun. The intense fight scenes are well shot and complemented by exceptional background music. Although it is a rather passive romantic drama, the action segments made the first half interesting. The highlight of all is the action interval episodes. It took a long time to get into the real story.

The second half of Harom Hara has predictable things and continues as predicted. Stereotypical scenes such as the main character's portrayal as a demigod in front of an honest police officer waiting to be taken to prison follow the format Harom Hara is known for. Harom Hara not only suffers from similarities with action entertainers but also falls into a familiar storyline that makes the second half slow and out of place. There are many villains, but the villains seem weak. Malavika Sharma and Jayaprakash's family drama is a classic.

Sudheer Babu excels in the action sequences and that has always been his advantage. Sunil supported him well from start to finish. This is one of the best roles Sunil has played in recent times and his performance is remarkable. Music director Chaitan Bharadwaj, who made headlines with RX 100, has played an important role in Harom Hara with his music. However, the action sequences and background music save the film to some extent. The group of villains attacking the main character with machetes even though the main character has bought a few weapons seems a bit strange. Given the weak position of the main character, there is very little drama in the development. Like Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, the protagonist arrives with little more than a song and a few cigarettes, but the biggest names in the industry are unaware of his arrival.

The climax is also predictable, but just when the action is about to be spiced up with a rousing background music, the hangover comes in with the “Big Gun”, the most common character in many films from Vikram to Animal. Overall, Harom Hara has an interesting setting, good visuals and great action scenes with great background music, but the weak villain and weak drama make it an average film.


Sudheer Babu has done a great job in Harom Hara. This was his first appearance as Sirius Gray and he was very pleased with it. Malavika Sharma is fine. He had limited screen presence. Sunil will be seen in a supporting role in the feature film, bringing Palani's character Sammy to life. From kuppam slang to body language, Sunil gave a brilliant performance. Jayaprakash and others contributed. Akshara Gowda is considered an honest cop. Its characteristic is typical.

The first thing to mention about Harom Hara is the music by Chaitan Bhardwaj. Although the songs are not bad, the background music in his fight scenes is funny. The background music is the highlight of Harom Hara. Camera performance is good. The script could have been better.

Final Word

Harom Hara is heavily inspired from several action blockbusters. Sudheer Babu plays his part well but the film fails to live up to the expectations.

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