Movie Review: Vaira

RATING: 3/5

OVERVIEW: Vaira is a thriller film that gives the audience the thrills and chills. It is a suspense film that also has elements of horror. It is a complete entertainment package by director and writer Navarasan. The actor returns this time in a dual role of both being the actor and director of the film.

REVIEW: Vaira, is basically a revenge drama, but the director intelligently narrates it to cater all genre audience with good amount of friendship,love and thrilling scenes. He has made sure the screenplay is engaging enough for about 110mins.

Coming to the storyline, A wannabe Actress is found missing in Madikeri and the suspect is a photographer who shot her pics in an event and the investigation leads to a haunted house and the story unfolds.The film goes into flashback mode from time to time. The second half takes the audience on a suspense ride with lots and lots of thrills. In the last 10 minutes there is another twist that is both shocking and surprising. It elevates the film into another level.

Navarasan is perfect in the role. The character takes many transformations and he has managed to emote all of them well. Priyanka Malnad’s character also gets good treatment and has its own twists and turns. She gets a very good role in which she excels. Sharan Ulthi’s character starts in the interval. But even then it has a strong foundation. Among the other actors Tabala Nani stands apart. His comedy act is first class. Even in an investigating role he brings in the laughs.

The background score of Ravi Basrur is the major highlight of the film. Time and again he is proving to be the best in the business.The cinematography is good in the film as is the editing. Ravi Basrur gives a wonderful background score. There is some good music as well. Overall the film is good and entertains the audience.

OVERVIEW: Vaira is a thriller film that gives the audience the thrills and chills. It is a suspense film that also has elements of horror. It is a complete entertainment package by director and writer Navarasan. The actor returns this time in a dual role of both being the actor and director of the film.

REVIEW: Vaira, is basically a revenge drama, but the director intelligently narrates it to cater all genre audience with good amount of friendship,love and thrilling scenes. He has made sure the screenplay is engaging enough for about 110mins.

Coming to the storyline, A wannabe Actress is found missing in Madikeri and the suspect is a photographer who shot her pics in an event and the investigation leads to a haunted house and the story unfolds.The film goes into flashback mode from time to time. The second half takes the audience on a suspense ride with lots and lots of thrills. In the last 10 minutes there is another twist that is both shocking and surprising. It elevates the film into another level.

Navarasan is perfect in the role. The character takes many transformations and he has managed to emote all of them well. Priyanka Malnad’s character also gets good treatment and has its own twists and turns. She gets a very good role in which she excels. Sharan Ulthi’s character starts in the interval. But even then it has a strong foundation. Among the other actors Tabala Nani stands apart. His comedy act is first class. Even in an investigating role he brings in the laughs.

The background score of Ravi Basrur is the major highlight of the film. Time and again he is proving to be the best in the business.The cinematography is good in the film as is the editing. Ravi Basrur gives a wonderful background score. There is some good music as well. Overall the film is good and entertains the audience.

Final verdict of the film is It is a one time watchable if you love suspense thriller movies.

–Panchajanya