Villa Movie Review

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Review by : Tamilstar team
Ashok Selvan, Sanchita Shetty
Deepan Chakravarthy
Santhosh Narayanan
Thirukumaran Entertainment

Lead character in the film Ashok Selvan is a writer, he takes up his father’s (Nazar) business due to compulsion and turns out to be a big loser. At one point in time Nazar who is in coma dies leaving a huge villa in Puducherry to his son that is estimated to be worth several crores. Hero rushes to the property only to see a lot of paintings. Now the story revolves around the paintings, each painting prefigures what is in store for the future. The story spins around the thrilling happenings in the villa. No one that enters the villa returns!


One can see that the first half of the movie leaves the audience in suspense but the second half is a combination of suspense and thriller. The highlight of the movie is the use of Atmos sound technology that gives an overwhelming experience to the audience.


The hero Ashok Selvam reflected the essences of his character. Heroine Sanjitha of Soothu Kavvum fame may not have a larger scope in the movie but her characterization comes with a major twist. Nazar makes a special appearance and makes an impression. S J Suriya also plays a guest role but is pivotal to the story.


Talking about the negatives, the film though falls under the horror-thriller genre does not actually send shivers in your spine. The movie is predictable and compared to its prequel Pizza, the movie is only a mediocre one.


On the whole it is a ‘ghostless’ horror film.


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