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Times of India
A painter moves into a haunted mansion with his wife. The spirit takes over his wife's body and begins to lead him to a his past. Why does the trapped soul seek revenge? Is there a love story that remains unfinished?
A big mansion, a dancer for a ghost, an urban couple and even a tantrik, this follows the same old cliches of horror films in Kannada. Alas, the story ends up a lot less horrific and often unintentionally comical. When the veteran Girish Karnad, who plays a great Indian painter named Ravi Varma (talk about novelty!), tells his disciple, "Art-na, heartinda feel maadu", you wonder whether Girish was conned into this role instantly.
The dialogues are cheesy, the songs are too many, most of which border on being overly sensuous, making you wonder if the maker realized that his story might not work and hence use the seductive songs. Karthik, as the protagonist, seems too wear just a few expressions. Given that Karthik is a good actor, one wonders what the director must have briefed him. Srimukhi is impressive, but her characterization limits her to a comic piece in the second half. Kamna Jethmalani looks sensuous, Girish Karnad seems lost.
This film was meant to be a horror tale, but if you want something entertaining and thrilling, revisit an old DVD instead.