Cast – Kreshna, Rupa Manjari, Oviya, Karunakaran, Mayilsamy, Aadhav Kannadasan, Anaswara (Cameo) and more
Music – SN Prasad
Cinematographer – Rammy
Editing – Sreekar Prasad
Story, Direction – Deekay
“Kiran(Kreshna) is a freeman whom living a happy life with a money of loaners. Due to his payment debts he is planning to escape from the city, “Kiran’s real father purchased an old house in “Kiran” Name before his death and he sent the letter about it. Kiran and his Team moved to the house and give makeover to the house, which was in very bad condition and convert into a guest house. Now, the team of four is joined by a mystery character. Who is it? You have to see the movie to know further.
Kreshna as Kiran – Delivered his dialogues in right time, improved the body language from previous flicks nice to see him in apt roles like this.
Rupa Manjiri – Good performance but director missed to improve her characterisation for performance oriented role.
Oviya – Just A Hot Glamorous Dole Role Nothing To Act.
Karunakaran – He is the man of the movie, takes the film rate in higher notes from the beginning to the end with his funny dialogues, expressions and body language, Karuna Rocked all the way.
Technical Aspects :
Music by SN Prasad – Good debut, audience loved the opening song and BGM works.
Cinematography by Rammy : He has done a fabulous debut stunning work with his visuals.
Editing by A. Sreekar Prasad – As usual has done it intellectually and perfectly.
Director Deekay tried to present a comic thriller film which is new for Tamil audience, and has missed few things in first half but the later is saviour of this film.
Overall Effectiveness Of The Film:
Yaamirukka Bayamey – Giggle rule against spine-chiller