Miral Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- G Dilli Babu
- Suresh Bala
- Music Composer:
- S.N. Prasad
- Bharath Srinivasan
- K S Ravikumar
- Tamil Actor Rajkumar
- Gripping screenplay
- Excellent performances by the leads
- Visuals and BGM are superb
- Some twists are not much convincing
Miral is a horror-thriller scripted and directed by Sakthivel. The film features Bharath Srinivasan, Vani Bhojan, “K S Ravikumar,” Meera Krishnan, Kaavya Arivumani, and Rajkumar. Dilli Babu produced the film under the Axess Film Factory banner. Prasad SN composed the music. Suresh Bala is the cinematographer, and editing is by Kalaivanan.
Vani and Bharath are husband and wife. They have a son. Vani gets some weird dreams often. When she fears her dreams, they start haunting her. Why she gets such odd dreams? What is the connection between her dreams and the happenings? These form the rest of the film.
Bharath has done a decent job. Vani Bhojan’s expressions are good. KS Ravikumar is natural as usual.
Though it is not a unique plot, it is good to see the director entering the main story without any unwanted hypes and intros. The director should be appreciated for making the actors emote without crossing the limits and saving them from over-performing. As all the performances are measured, we can’t see anything cinematic. All the characters are designed well, and the stars fit well in character. The casting team has done a great job in picking the stars. The film has good music. Prasad’s BGM gels well with the script, and he has done a fantastic job in the horror scenes. Similarly, the cinematography is excellent, and the lighting is great. However, the twists are not much convincing.
What’s Not There?
The film has good performances and a gripping screenplay and execution. If you are a horror-thriller or mystery movie fan, visit the theatres without much expectation, and it will be a good treat and will not disappoint you.