Mahanubhavudu (transl. Great person) is a 2017 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Maruthi Dasari.[2] It features Sharwanand and Mehreen Pirzada in the lead roles.[3]

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Film poster
Directed byMaruthi Dasari
Written byMaruthi Dasari
Produced byV. Vamsi Krishna Reddy
CinematographyNizar Shafi
Edited byKotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Music byS. Thaman
Release date
  • 29 September 2017 (2017-09-29)
Running time
151 minutes
Box officeest. ₹4 million[1]

The film's principal photography commenced on 7 March 2017 and was wrapped on 2 September 2017,[4] and had a worldwide release on 29 September 2017. The movie received positive reviews. The movie was remade in Odia in 2019 as Ajab Sanju Ra Gajab Love starring Babushan.


Anand (Sharwanand) is a young man suffers with obsessive compulsive personality disorder and is very particular about cleanliness and neatness. He doesn't even touch others since he is germophobe and has an unrealistic fear of hospitals since they have infectious patients. He, one day, meets Meghana (Mehreen Pirzada) after an incident involving a man spitting chewing gum on her shoe. He falls in love with her after she tells the man the importance of cleanliness. She later becomes his partner for a company project and eventually falls for him too. She decides to introduce Anand to her father, Ramaraju (Nassar), who has been waiting for his daughter to get married.

Although Meghana's father rejects him at first due to his eccentricies, Anand saves his stolen bag from a bunch of goons and he accepts him as his son-in-law. However at that time, Meghana's father suffers a heart attack. Her father begins vomiting blood onto Anand and Anand drives him to hospital along with Meghana. While driving, Aanand begins to recollect the incident again and again and experiences nausea. Unable to hold his vomit, he stops the car by the road and gets down the car with retching sounds and vomits profusely on the road. He then tells Meghana that he can't take her father to the hospital as he is nauseous which shocks her. Meghana takes her father to the hospital instead and breaks up with Anand because of his insistence over things being clean as well as for his selfishness.

In the later half, Anand goes to Meghana's village, as she didn't tell her father about their breakup. In their village, he experiences a lot things which bring out anger and the germaphobe in him, but he controls his fears and stays for Meghana. In the end, he is pulled into a fight in mud to save the village and get Meghana's trust, which he wins but falls down as soon as the fight is over. The doctor reveals that he just had an infection due to fighting in the mud.

In the end, he is seen asking his son, who shares the same traits of his OCD, to not be obsessive but to enjoy life and they both are seen playing in the rain.



Film score by
  • 16 September 2017 (2017-09-16)
LabelMango Music
ProducerS. Thaman
S. Thaman chronology
Goutham Nanda
Raju Gari Gadhi 2

Music composed by S. Thaman. The soundtrack was released by Mango Music.

1."Rendu Kallu"Krishna KanthArmaan Malik3:34
2."Mahanubhavudu"Krishna KanthM. M. Manasi, Geetha Madhuri4:25
3."Kiss Me Baby"Krishna KanthS. Thaman, Manisha Eerabathini3:35
4."My Love Is Back"Krishna KanthRahul Nambiar4:25
5."Bammalu Bammalluuu"BhaskarbatlaNakash Aziz3:30
6."Eppudainna"Sirivennela Seetharama SastryShweta Pandit4:04
Total length:23:33



  1. ^ "Tollywood in 2017: 15 highest grossing Telugu movies of the year – Baahubali 2, Khaidi No 150, JLK, DJ and others". IB Times.
  2. ^ Chowdhary, Y. Sunita (29 September 2017). "'Mahanubhavudu' review: a decent time pass story". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
  3. ^ Jayakrishnan (13 August 2017). "Maruthi's 'Mahanubhavudu' to have a unique concept". Times of India. TNN. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Sharwanand starts shooting for Maruthi's 'Mahanubhavudu'". Times of India. 7 May 2017. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
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