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Times of India
Shankar and Ramya are a couple like any other filmi sort, who have been together for over six years. A trip lands them at a house where there stays a sinister person, leading to a murder. Do they get out safe?
This film is supposed to be a romantic thriller. But, Possible doesn't evoke an ounce of that keeping-the-viewers-on-the-edge-of-the-seat feeling. Instead, the film has a lot of unnecessary comedy and songs that keeps the film far from being anything that keeps you biting your nails.
The film begins with the typical commercial masala, with fights, duets and romance. The lead pair then embark on a sojourn to a temple town and end up with a flat tyre on their way back. To seek refuge from the rains, they stay at a bungalow, which houses two sinister men. The murder mystery element embarks at this point. Sadly, the screenplay and editing don't really compel one to feel the tension.
Veteran actor Shobraj is one of the saving graces of the film, whose comic timing and acting stands tall. This could be one of the reasons to watch the film, but could that alone be the reason?