Is a ghost haunting Kiran's ancestral property? Or is it a conman's master moves?

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Krishna Sekhar Krishna Sekhar ... Kiran
Rupa Manjari ... Kiran's Girlfriend
Karunakaran ... Sharath
Oviya ... Sharanya
Aadhav Kannadasan Aadhav Kannadasan ... Kamal
Anaswara Anaswara ... Land Owner
Nalinikanth Nalinikanth ... Old Man
Mayilsamy ... Brother
Bose Venkat Bose Venkat ... Arunachalam
Namo Narayana Namo Narayana ... Hotel Guest
Mahanadhi Shankar Mahanadhi Shankar ... Durai
Sona Heiden ... Sona
Devipriya Devipriya ... Arunachalam's Wife
Balaji Mohan Balaji Mohan ... Durai's Son
Rail Ravi Rail Ravi ... (as Rayil Ravi)
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A fictional hill resort is the milieu, where a con couple Kiran (Kreshna) along with his girlfriend (Rupa Manjari) inherits a spooky looking dilapidated mansion and they move in, and decide to run a hotel there. They meet the caretaker (Karunakaran) and his sister (Oviya) who joins them in running the desolate property. Weird looking guests who check-in die mysteriously and the four member gang bury them in the backyard, till they realize that there is something eerie about the place. Strange and inexplicable things begin to happen and soon it turns fatal. Very soon, a mysterious fifth character enters their life. Is it a supernatural element? Written by Saravanan

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Comedy | Horror

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Second half makes up for the first
31 May 2014 | by prakashforshoppingSee all my reviews

First, let me state that I wont give any points for acting talent here. A better cast would have made the movie much better.

The first half of the movie contains some pretty cheap comedy scenes and in fact made me regret my decision to watch this movie. The part where they start the hotel had a lot of scope for introducing some great humour and more so for the scenes wherein the guests troop in. But what we get is some really unimaginative stuff.

It is towards the end of the first half that the movie comes into its elements with some genuine laughs coming through. The film comes alive in the second half and gets better with each passing scene. The horror scenes are spoofed from movies like the 'Women in black' and it is laced well with humour. The fake diviner, the mysterious old man all add to the laughs.

The movie could have been much better and does not deserve the high ratings given here but overall it provides good entertainment, with the second half being the saving grace.


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India

Language:

Tamil

Release Date:

9 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Yaamirukka Bayamey See more »

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RS Infotainment See more »
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