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“ Aaviri Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is directed by Ravi Babu Ravi Babu (Allari Ravi Babu), is a smart, talented >> Read More... . Dil Raju Dil Raju was bon in Narsingpally, Nizamabad Distri >> Read More... produces the film and the music composition is by Vaiddhy. Sudhakar Reddy Sudhakar Reddy is an Indian film cinematographer, >> Read More... cranked the camera and “ Marthand K Venkatesh Marthand K Venkatesh is a well known professional >> Read More... ” is the editor. The film has the star cast of Ravi Babu, Neha Chauhan Neha Chauhan is an Indian actress, singer, and fil >> Read More... , Priya Vadlamani PriyaVadlamani is an actress and model in Telugu C >> Read More... , Bharani Shankar Bharani Shankar is an Indian actor who has appeare >> Read More... and Mukhtar Khan.
Rajkumar Rao is a successful businessman. He is married and has two kids. When their life is going smooth, unexpectedly, one of his kids, loses her life due to Asthma. In a few days, the other kid started behaving weirdly. She communicates with a spirit and brings a lot of pressure to her family. With whom she talks? Is she her elder sister or some other spirit? Watch the film to know the rest.
The kids did a good job. Ravi Babu, Bharani and Neha did their roles, well. Priya Vadlamani got a meaty role to do.
The horror flick is the latest trend in south Indian movies. Aaviri's screenplay is not engaging and so does the narration. The opening scene is really good, but we have to search for the same in the rest of the film. The climax is pretty decent. The stars match the characters well. However, there are a lot of illogical scenes. The emotional scenes seem to be artificial. The scene-setting is like a TV series. The production values are okay. The BGM is better than the songs. The visuals are good, but the editing is not up to the mark.
What’s Not There?
It’s not a spine-chilling horror thriller, but a lethargic one with a lot of loopholes. If you have no movies to watch, you could try this!
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