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Times of India
Director Ashok has excellently handled an imaginary story of six persons who go on trekking and face some thrilling and fearful moments. One of the trekkers, Ramesh, captures several strange moments in his camera, including a bag suddenly catching fire, a stone falling on their tents, a handmark on Ramesh's back, Soumya falling sick and fainting, Deepa killing Naveen with a huge stone and then killing herself by slashing her throat with a knife. After several chilling incidents, we find three trekkers dying, two missing and one surviving. The forest department gets the camera of Ramesh that has captured the sequences that unfolded in the Western Ghats.
The narration also has many lively sequences with witty dialogues that the trekkers exchange while in the forest. You can take a chance of watching the movie for a different experience.
While Ramesh, Naveen, Prakash, Deepa and Sowmya have given life to their roles, Kumar needs a special mention for his natural delivery of dialogues.
Almost now it is about 19 months after this release, I am giving my rating and review, as if someone is still waiting to see it on my writing this review :) ~~~LOL, all that adds to a few points. That's all for this good movie that came and gone :)