The classic mythological symbol of lust Naga-Yakshi, who comes down to earth on gandharva yamam and mates with virgin boys and kills them straight away after having her orgasm .. But Yakshi falls in love with two people in her life, who were not virgin and breaks all laws of nature which were put on her by the great God himself.. what happens to her and the boys , watch out "Yakshi faithfully Yours - The YfY" , 'Myth is past, Truth is now, Fiction is future ...' !! Written by
You people might think I am exaggerating, but let me warn you, I couldn't find any other summary to sum up my review for the movie which makes no sense at all and has its director himself thanking at the end for watching it.
The movie starts off with vague expressions by the lead male. His chronicles of experiences with a stylish, mythological, sexy witch is what the whole story is about. That his great great grandson is adopting a Paranormal Activity type project with his three fake friends is another story which makes no sense as the non-linear storyline doesn't even inter-weave each other.
The camera work is pathetic and the money spent on special effects... well that guy who did the editing and music must me mad; with a huge part of the boring flick adopted as found-footage played, it is left to the viewers paranoia as to how the battery gets recharged automatically, or why they have sex in the middle of the hullabaloo! Irritatingly foolish!
Towards the end, there is some so-called "scary" scenes with a girl, that will make you laugh and snicker. Frivolous sequences zoomed here and there with no relation whatsoever to the main script (if that exists), idiotic dialogs with a tint of English swag words, vanishing characters, and a disappointing cast performance, makes this not only avoidable, but also perishable.
BOTTOM LINE: Do not dare to watch it, or you may even slap the producers a hefty payback amount for mental trauma and hysteria. Beware! This is no cinema, no documentary, no feature film. THIS IS MADNESS!
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? YES
Language: Mild | Sex: Mild | Nudity: No | Violence: Strong | Gore: Strong | Smoking, Alcohol or Drugs: No | Vulgarity: No
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