|Directed by||Maruthi Dasari|
V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy|
|Written by||Maruthi Dasari|
|Music by||S. Thaman|
|Edited by||Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao|
|Box office||₹46 crore|
Anand (Sharwanand) is a young man suffers with obsessive compulsive disorder and is very picky on cleanliness and neatness. He doesn't even dare to touch others hands since they contain germs and bacteria and has a heavy fear towards 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 she eventually falls for him too. She decides to introduce Anand to her father (Nassar), who has been waiting for his daughter to get married. Although Meghana's father rejects him at first due to his pickiness, 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 and Anand is forced to take him to the hospital. On their way there, her father begins vomiting blood onto Anand and Anand unable to tolerate it, stops the car and vomits himself. He then tells Meghana that he can't take her father to the hospital which shocks her. Meghana takes her father to the hospital instead and breaks up with Anand because of his pickiness over things being clean and selfishness towards his health. The rest of the story depicts on how Anand overcomes his OCD and wins back Meghana's heart.
- Sharwanand as Anand
- Mehreen Pirzada as Meghana
- Vennela Kishore as Kishore
- Nassar as Meghana's father
- Raghu Babu as doctor
- Kalyani Natarajan as Anand's mother
- Maruthi Dasari as cameo appearance in song Bhammalu Bhammalluu
- Himaja as Meghana's Friend
|Film score by S. Thaman|
|S. Thaman chronology|
Music composed by S. Thaman. The coundtrack was released by Mango Music.
|1.||"Rendu Kallu"||Krishna Kanth||Armaan Malik||3:34|
|2.||"Mahanubhavudu"||Krishna Kanth||M. M. Manasi, Geetha Madhuri||4:25|
|3.||"Kiss Me Baby"||Krishna Kanth||S. Thaman, Manisha Eerabathini||3:35|
|4.||"My Love Is Back"||Krishna Kanth||Rahul Nambiar||4:25|
|5.||"Bammalu Bammalluuu"||Bhaskarbatla||Nakash Aziz||3:30|
|6.||"Eppudainna"||Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry||Shweta Pandit||4:04|
The movie opened to very positive reviews. Mehereen got the attention for her Bharatnatyam moves in the movie. Background music is okay but some fight sequences are highly technical
- Mahabnubavudu final collections
- Chowdhary, Y. Sunita (29 September 2017). "'Mahanubhavudu' review: a decent time pass story". The Hindu. The Hindu. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
- Jayakrishnan (13 August 2017). "Maruthi's 'Mahanubhavudu' to have a unique concept". Times of India. TNN. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
- "Sharwanand starts shooting for Maruthi's 'Mahanubhavudu'". Times of India. 7 May 2017. Retrieved 3 October 2017.
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