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Times of India
A pregnant widow moves into a seaside villa along with her daughter, mother and sister. Strange incidents happen in the house, which scare them. Will they be able to tackle this mess?
Young director Lohith H's debut film Mummy made promises of good, old-fashioned horror. And what he has delivered with the film is just that. There is no unnecessary comedy, no extra frills, just frights and chills that keep the viewers glued with continuous twists in the plot.
The script relies heavily on two main characters, the pregnant mother and daughter. Fortunately, there is a special chemistry onscreen between Priyanka Upendra and Yuvina Parthavi, which aides ensuring that the film is a good watch.
One of the biggest plus points of the the film is cinematographer HC Venu's work. The varied angles and interesting approach ensures one stays engrossed. Adding more value to the narrative is B Ajaneesh Loknath's background music.
The film does have many scary moments, which ensures that there is a good horror thriller in Kannada after a while. Though, it can be a tad overwhelming for the faint-hearted. There are certain scenes that could remind one of horror franchises like Conjuring and Insidious, but those are far too little, and the original aspects outshine those. Go ahead and watch this film if you're keen on a ride that has enough chills and thrills to keep you on the edge of your seat.