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Game Over is scripted and directed by Ashwin Saravanan. Taapsee Pannu plays the lead role. Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Anish Kurvilla, Sanchana Natarajan, Ramya Subramanian and "Parvathi T" are in the cast. Kaavya Ramkumar co-scripted the film and penned the dialogues for the Tamil version. Ron Ethan Yohann composes the music. “ A Vasanth” cranks the camera and Richard Kevin is the editor. Y Not Studios produced the film.
A gang murders a lady brutally. Following the murder, the city witness series of murders. Meanwhile, a game addict Swapna is afraid of the dark. Due to a tragedy that happened over the years, she is affected by nyctophobia. As he couldn’t come out of it, Swapna stays with Kalamma, leaving her family and friends. Swapna’s only aim is to overtake her record in the game. All on a sudden, a tattoo on her wrist itches and she finds out that it is due to the ink used. The ink contains a girl’s ash that brings the dark past before her eyes. Besides this, Swapna has become the target of the serial killer. What happens next? Watch the film on the silver screen.
Taapsee… she is on her best! Whether it is expressions or lip-synch, this girl impresses. Her body language is fantastic too. Her eyeballs roll pretty fast out of fear that increases the heartbeat of the audiences. Vinodhini excels in the given role. She is one of the natural actresses in recent times.
Ashwin Saravanan of “ Maya” fame directed the film. His dedication level is excellent. He had designed the characters well and executed the movie neatly. The screenplay is fantastic and there is no lag. The cinematographer and the music director definitely need a pat. They had done a great job that has led the film to march towards success. Although the first half is a bit slow, the second half is better. Editing is neat and crisp.
What’s Not There?
The paranormal thriller is an extraordinary flick by Ashwin with a great star cast. The seat edge thriller with Taapsee’s performance is definitely a one-time watch!
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