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Times of India
Four friends set forth to an abandoned mansion in Sakleshpur, where one of the protagonist's dead aunt lived. In the house is an antique piece worth crores. They want to find that and sort their lives out. But, this plan sees a big ghostly obstacle.
Four friends, a haunted mansion, a ghost and an antique worth crores, the basic premise seems similar to this year's Tamil release Demonte Colony, which did reasonably well. But, the makers here have stated on all the publicity material that
Thamisra is based on a story telecast on a news channel.
The film starts off on a rather jagged note, but the momentum picks up as the four friends hit the road to Sakleshpur. The film has the quintessential requisites for a horror tale, one goofball, one romantic pair and one over-confident stud. The film relies heavily on sound effects to induce fear, though it seems rather shrill and loud at most times. Also, there seem to be a lot of unwanted dialogues, where most of the times the four people just state the obvious.
The lead-in to the eventual tale and reasons for the mansion being haunted also come in much later, making this relatively shorter film seem longer. The four youngsters cast as the ones trapped in the haunted mansion do a commendable job and their acting ends up being a notch higher thanks to the good editing and camerawork.
This film makes for a decent horror watch, when compared to the usual run-of-the-mill tales that hit the screens being named as horror. This at least induces some chills and thrills, making the experience worthwhile.