What is bad:
Vikram K.Kumar, who wrote the story of the film, narrates the initial ominous details with style. The moment he introduces the TV Serial into the helm of affairs, the horror element takes a back seat. At one point, Manohar becomes so engrossed in the serial that he decides whether to save his wife or not only after watching the episode! Logic also plays a crucial role and once the viewers apply their mind, the script seems to be full of loop holes and artistic liberties. The film is a bit too lengthy for its genre. The song between the lead pair, although amazingly shot, could have been avoided.
Vikram chooses the right locales to narrate his story and the initial scenes involving the life, cellphone and drilling holes in the pooja room are scary. From then on the film drags on just like the TV Serial, which takes its own sweet time narrating the incidents one after the other. There’s neither too much of blood shed nor is it an adaptation of Bhoot, Exorcist, which is a welcome sign. In the end, the film falls short of being a good horror film. It does scare you a bit, but maybe just not scary enough. Our TV Serials have already scared the viewers with their terribly boring and pointless content! Watch it at your own risk.