Cast: Vetri, Smriti Venkat, Anu Siddhartha, Vela Ramamurthy; Music: Ron Ethan Johann; Direction: Srikanthan Anand.
This is the next film of Sri Kandan Anand who directed the film Tappu Danda. The creator of the previous film with a focus on theft has taken a weird thing by the hand in this film.
A new College of Fine Arts. In it a student commits suicide in a room while the dormitory is being built. Success comes as a student in that college. Smriti Venkat is coming to study the college. After this, the occupants of the particular room continue to commit suicide. Let success and Smriti Venkat explore why this is happening. Only then does the zealotry of a landlord become known. The rest of the story is about the connection between the land and the college, and why the occupants of that particular room commit suicide.
The beginning of the film is excellent. The director wants to start with the story of a land and then combine it with the occult of the present to give a vibrant film. The story of the film alone is an interesting and interesting story.
But the way it was shot and the screenplay are disappointing. After a few scenes that come at the start, most of the scenes move in an uninteresting way, Enotanovena. There is no pressure for that in any scene.
The solution to building a college in the middle of the forest to remedy the landlord’s error could not be accepted cleanly. Will they build the college where everyone can come or in the evening in the jungle where the tigers roam?
The ghost that comes in this film is terribly strict. He gets angry and kills if someone eats drugs or video chats with his girlfriend as if he were in a room built in the place where he was buried. The ghost is free enough to keep watching what people in the room are doing all the time.
The reincarnation twist of Zamindar coming at the end of the film is nice. But, since the cast is cast elsewhere in the film, I couldn’t even be surprised to see that twist.
Smriti Venkat, Anu Siddhartha, Livingston and Vela Ramamurthy have acted well. Success, who has excelled in many films, has acted very roughly in this film.
The cinematography is awesome. The background music is ok even though the songs are not recorded in the mind.
The director, who has a good story in hand, is a bit skeptical in trying to make it a good film.
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