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Times of India
Though the storyline is good, too many cooks spoil the broth. The plot is loaded with characters, and unnecessary twists and turns leave the viewer confused. The first half is much better in its execution; there's too much going on in the second. The film's running time could have been trimmed by at least 15 minutes.
Most of the film is set in Cool Cool Resort, an erstwhile estate. Karthik (Komal) has turned it into a resort as per his father's will. He lives there along with girlfriend Sowmya (Aishwarya Menon), manager Sharath (Harish Raj) and sister Shilpa (Anishkshitha). Cool Cool Resort is spooky. Whoever visits it, dies. A big bell called Saavina Gante (bell of death) hangs on the wall. Karthik, who's baffled by the unexplained deaths, wants to know who's killing all these people. Subsequently, the audience comes to know that everyone who's died had bought the estate only to sell it later. Sharath's character is quite interesting as whoever meets him tells him they've seen him somewhere. Later, we come to know that the murders are the handiwork of a kari bhootha (black devil) who doesn't want anyone to buy the estate.
Komal deserves accolades for his fine performance. Harish Raj is impressive as the mysterious manager. Aishwarya Menon and Anikshitha have done justice to their roles. Music by Farhan Roshan and camera by Somasundaram are average.