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Review: EERAM

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Review: EERAM

Rating: 3.25/5
Banner: S Pictures
Cast: Nandaa, Aadhi, Sindhu Menon, Chaya Singh, Rajasekhar, Srinath, Saranya Mohan, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan etc
Music: Thaman
Cinematographer: Manoj Paramahamsa
Director: Arivazhagan
Producer: Shankar
Release Date: September 12, 2009

A well knit tale, the story begins with the death of Ramya (sindhu) and that too in one of the posh localities. This calls for the cops and the team led by honest and smart cop Vasu ( Aadhi) gets into the investigation. He realizes that this is not a natural death and begins doing his inquiries. This also gets Ramya's husband Bala (nandaa) into the list of suspects and much to the shock of Vasu, there are few more murders that have actually taken place in the same apartment. One more twist is that Vasu and Ramya were lovers once upon a time. What is deemed to be a crime story filled with murders turns out to be something more than that. What happens from there, go to the theatres and watch it.

The director has come up with a splendid storyline and along with a gripping narrative, the presentation was perfect. The dialogues were neat, the script was not having flaws and the screenplay was top notch. Background score was impressive and played with the moods while the cinematography was mesmerizing. The only setback was the editing which was missing during the second half. Costumes were apt and the art department made its presence felt strongly. Aadhi was a revelation with a complete changeover and he did his bit well, Sindhu looked sensuous and she carried out her role well. Nandaa was neat, Rajasekhar was standard, Saranya Mohan was apt, Srinath was neat, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan was convincing. The others did their bit as required.

The film takes off as a crime story but then the way the twists unfold gives a creepy feeling by the end of it. While the first half goes about with the building of the plot and takes the audience to the peak, the second half stutters due to few unwanted drag sequences but then it culminates to an interesting climax making the audience get to the edge of the seat. The film impresses due to the technical side of it and also due to the depth in the content with good twists. This one will impress the youth and horror lovers and also for those who like some variety.

Bharatstudent Verdict: Spine chilling and scary, recommended

Tags: Review: Eeram, Nandaa, Aadhi, Sindhu Menon, Chaya Singh, Rajasekhar, Srinath, Saranya Mohan, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Thamam, Manoj Paramahams, Arivazhagan, Shankar
Posted On : 14th September, 2009
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