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A gentle girl born and brought up amidst the ever growing eco-social-consumeristic environment finds it difficult to fit in the society. She decides to take it hard on the people. What she does is the rest of the story.
Arun Prabhu Purushothaman
Padmashri Mohammad Ali,
Circumstances force Arun, an aspiring film director, to take up the job of a Sub Inspector after his father passes away. While Arun faces issues in adjusting to the lifestyle of a police officer, a series of mysterious murders of school going girls happen in the city.
The magician is revealed to be the psycho. In first place when the magician was introduced, she was performing magic tricks which symbolized killing and cannot be noted until seen carefully. This was an Easter egg. See more »
In the school scene where the cop plays the DVD of the magician's show to find the suspect, the word 'Anglo' is wrongly written as 'Angilo' and they play a CD and not DVD. See more »
Great plot, good execution, and great performances made this a memorable outing for me...
First of all, would love to see Vishnu Visal going forward selecting good stories like this. Indru Netru Naalai was a similar selection from him. Here too, he selected a proper psycho-thriller, which I haven't seen executed this well in recent years in Indian cinema. Making a 2hr 45 min long movie takes guts these days. It shows how confident the director was, with the content.
A lot of set-ups and pay-offs are there in the movie, which spring up every now and then making it interesting. The BG Score by Ghibran was great, kept me glued to the screen. The children performed so well in their respective roles, and so did Amala Paul, Kali Venkat, Nizhalgal Ravi, etc.. The twists were believable, and not the familiar one-twist saves all kindof mediocre stuff.
It tests your observation throwing stuff right in front of your eyes, and hiding them perfectly. Worth a watch...
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