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Apsara is a single mother under a lot of debt and tries to make a living by acting in adverts and lives with her friend Swathi who is an assistant director. Swathi's current project dwells around the character of 'Maya', based on one of the inmates of an asylum in the woods outside of Chennai and about the rumours about mysterious deaths around the asylum ever since Maya died decades ago. When Apsara gets to watch the movie as part of a publicity contest that will test the fear factor, her life changes by the surreal experience that she never expected.Written by
The opening shots, grippy editing and camera handling makes this movie to stand out from the other so called ghost thrillers that are being made in Thamizh cinema. As soon as the movie began, the plot was very clearly presented to us and so the intention of the director.
The detailing is very good as it provides everything in the first half but we are left clueless about what they are relating to actually. We can get the clear view only in the second half. The acting of the lead characters are very crucial in this movie and they did their part very well. BGM and editing deserves special mention as they made this very gripping. Nayanthara did her part very well.
Overall, it is a very well made thriller which deserves our attention. Must watch in theaters.
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