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Review by : Suresh
Suriya, Nayanthara, Pranitha, Premji
Venkat Prabhu
Yuvanshankar Raja
Studio Green

Suriya is all the way rendering perfection making it a movie to steal the thunder. Combine it with splendid Venkat Prabhu treatment, the end product is amazing. Suriya is at his best be it Masilamani or Sakthi.

In double roles, he does a splendid job. Stylish and suave, he carries the whole movie in his shoulders.Suriya and his friend Premji meets with an accident. Now Suriya develops a special power to interact with ghosts. He comes across seven ghosts and fulfills their wish. Meanwhile enters a ghost and it is Suriya, a Lankan Tamil biz man.

How Suriya interact with the ghost and overcome the evil designs of an individual Samuthirakani forms the crux.Music is by Yuvanshankar Raja and and his background score sets up the momentum. The chilling BGM is hallmark of the movie. R D Rajasekar's cinematography captures things with ease and the eerie scenes come out well through his lens.

Venkat Prabhu has managed to bring out emotions, sentiments, humour, romance, action, revenge all in one reel. Interestingly the short cameos by Parthiban and Jai are worth a mention. Premji with his typical one-liners is a delight on screen. Though a hero-dominated film, the splendid show by Nayanthara and Pranitha adds value to the film.

The rest of the cast are adequate and there are enough twists and turn to keep one engaged. An eerie thriller with romance and humour is a tough task. Three cheers to Venkat Prabhu for pulling it off in a convincing manner.

Only eye-sore is CG works in few places in the film, which looks ordinary. Considering Anjaan, it is an awesome show by Suriya. He pulls it off well in his typical style making it an entertainer. An engrossing affair indeed.

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