Starring: Kreshna, Karunakaran, Rupa Manjari, Oviya, Anaswara and many more
Editing : Sreekar Prasad
Music : SN Prasad
Directed by: Deekay
Comedy-horror genere is one of the different things that the Tamil cinema has come across in d recent times. That too with not much of a hyped star cast and almost fresh crew is one of the riskiest thing for such an genre. But the film has created few surprises early in the form of its title and recently in the form of getting an much earlier release date that too without any publicity. It is the debutant’s these days who sets a trend for movies to come and here is one such person. Lets see how much does the film make us fear.
Kiran (Kreshna) is a medicine seller who does the selling of medicines for impotency which is banned by the government. He then gets a letter where he gets to know that there is a property which is left for him by his dad. He goes there with his girl friend (Rupa Manjari) and with help of Karunakaran and his sister, Oviya they convert the house into a resort. People who come there to stay dies one after another. Whats behind them and that house is the plot which is presented with a splendid narration.
The film is nothing but a shocking surprise as there was no expectations while having the idea for watching the film. The film is not strictly a thriller alone, and the film has light moments all through the two hours. The most interesting aspect of the film is its intelligent screenplay. It is funny even in tense moments and there is gripping tension even in the light moments.
All the lead actors have performed admirably as there is a touch of comic to all the characters that adds to the ambience of the film. Kreshna, has played the role of a lead hero who is confused yet focused. From a normal supporting role, Karunakaran has graduated to the stature of almost another hero in the flick, doing his best to entertain with his convincing fear and spontaneous comedy. A large part of the credit should go to him. Rupa and Oviya adds to the glamour quotient along with the terror fun. Mayilsamy’s cameo towards the end of the film keeps us glued.
Debut composer SN Prasad has excelled in the background score, but few songs are not in sync with the film. Sreekar Prasad proves his best yet again with his thoughtful editing. Rammy’s debut choice of the film is excellent as he has done his work excellently featuring both the fun and the mystery part in the poetic Nainital. Deekay has skillfully narrated a hilarious tale of horror that keeps you totally engrossed with loads of humour tempered with just the right amount of horror. A clever script, good all round performances along with excellent support from the technical team make this film definitely worth a watch..!! 🙂 🙂