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“ Zombie,” the horror-comedy movie is directed by Bhuvan Nullan. Vasanth Mahalingam and Muthukumar produced the movie under S3 Pictures banner. The film has Yogi Babu, Yashika Aannand, “ Manobala,” YouTube fame Gopi and Sudhakar, TM Karthik, Duniya Sudhakar, Aishwarya Palani and Bijili Ramesh are in the cast. The music composition is by Premgi Amaren and the cinematography is by Vishnushri K. The editing is by Dinesh Ponraj.
Anbu Thasan, Gopi and Sudhakar are friends. They befriend with TM Karthik and Bijili Ramesh in a bar. In a problem in the bar, these 5 people travel to a resort in a car. Meanwhile, Bijili Ramesh steals the mobile phone of Yogi Babu, the don in that area. So Yogi Babu chases them and comes to the resort. Yashika, the medical college student and her friends are already in the resort. All on a sudden, the people in the resort get attacked by zombies. How the rest of the people escape from the zombies, forms the rest of the story.
The movie has popular stars, but none impress us.
The director scripted the film as a one-day incident. The people visited the theatres only for Yogi Babu and Yashika. But, did they satisfy the audiences? We have to say No because they don't have enough space to perform as the audience expect. Yogi Babu is shown as a don, but he doesn't have enough scenes to show him as a dada. Although the script is different, the dialogues are lengthy and irritate the audience. With a big set of comedy stars, the film didn't have a comedy and this is very much disappointing. The positive thing is Premgi’s music and Vishnu’s cinematography. Premgi has done an excellent job and Vishnushri’s visuals are good. The lighting and camera angles are superb. However, the screenplay and dialogues are unimpressive. The editor should have trimmed some scenes for a crispy movie.
What's Not There?
The audience trusts the star cast and visits the theatres. But the movie disappoints the spectators as it neither has horror nor comedy. Zombie… watch at your own risk.
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