A violinist experiences paranormal experience in his flat after a death of a girl who he tries to save due to accident. Later he realises that actually the spirit is helping him and he tries to find out who killed the girl by accident.
A henchman changes character for the love of his life but is later involved in a controversy that changes everything. Will he win her back or will he have to live with it entails the rest of the story!
Myskkin, This review is written mainly for you. Well, I'm a big fan of all your movies. Once when I read the news that you have promoted yourself as a hero, I decided not to watch this movie. You know that director turned actors have not done really well and I don't really like this trend. So did I decided.
It was one Friday evening when I was working on my laptop keeping the TV on n mute. There was some visuals going on Kalaignar TV which was excellent and increased the volume to see some scenes. I was glued to that movie and only during the next break, did I find that it was nandalala and the actor was none other than myskkin.
Watched the movie fully and I was amazed. It was one of the very best movie of Indian cinema. You know, there is a scene where the lorry driver beats myskkin and seeing msykkin's innocence and child-like nature, the lorry himself feels sorry for beating him. I was also completely melted by seeing myskkin in that particular scene.
What an acting! Everyone MUST WATCH THIS MOVIE!!! Myskin, don't give up acting just because of few failures. People will understand you, just keep supplying us the kind of movies you are passionate about.
(Note: I liked mugamoodi too though many made of fun of that movie. What I liked about mugamoodi is you kept the movie subtle knowing the boundaries of tamil cinema and what I laughed at that was when the granny's helped the hero. Otherwise, movie was really nice. Brave attempt and succeeded to some extent!)
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