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Times of India
Director Prashant Raj has selected a horror story and has given it life with good script and narration, though in some places it gets
boring. But full marks to him for the way he has handled the story with excellent sequences which are gripping.
The story begins on a romantic note with Ram (Chiranjeevi Sarja), a pizza delivery boy, marries his girlfriend Anu (Pranitha) after she gets pregnant. The story takes a curious turn when Ram, who visits Smitha Bangalow to deliver pizza. After entering the house, the lights go off and the woman who ordered the pizza is found murdered. Two others are also killed in the house. A frightened Ram tries to come out of the house but fails in his effort. There is a curious turn to the story when we find that the drama in the haunted house is linked to diamonds. Ram and Anu find them in the box given to Ram by his shop owner. What is that link?
Chiranjeevi Sarja has given life to the character with his expression. Pranitha has done justice to the role. Vijay Koundinya has done a good job in his brief appearance. Camera by Santhosh Rai Pathaje is marvelous. Music by Joshua Shridhar has some catchy tunes.
The movie has no logic or magic. Most of the sequences are silly and unimaginative that seem to have been done without any script or preparation. The story begins on a romantic note and ends with an action note. In between, it is the director's ignorance of the story that makes the movie least impressive.