• Warning: Spoilers
    Those shining eyes are back in their second outing and so is the dreaded Nagavalli and she is not alone this time. A 30 ft Anaconda cross Indian cobra accompanies her for no reason. And the snake charmer has the audacity to tame it with his 1 ft pungi. :-) Its a treat to watch our captain Vijay single handedly bat the evil spirits off a house filled with beautiful babes. Just when u thought he will score a century, the audience is left dejected as he gets out in 90's ; that's during the last few reels of the movie which has no logic of any kind. The climax appears to be lifted from Hollywood flicks like Twister, 2012, The Mummy combined with low end graphics,-- courtesy our neighboring state ;-) . remember director " its always No graphics at all" :-) The movie starts with a Nagavalli painting flying like a hot balloon across the streets of Mysore and finally landing at an artist's dwelling. 5 yrs later the haunted portrait finds itself a place in a bunglow and creates havoc to its inmates. Then enter our 6-pack witch doctor(Avinash) and the family pack psychiatrist( Dr Vishnuvardhan) to solve the mystery behind deaths and over 120 decibels screaming from "I have nothing else to do" royal city belle's . The doctors take a conflicting approach to find out the psycho Nagavalli in the house. The witch doctor gets retired hurt in the process and our captain is shouldered the responsibility to carry on the innings which he does it successfully and gets a Man of the Match award.

    Gurukiran's music is above average and the cinematography fails to make it an edge of the seat thriller . The supporting crew does a fine job and slim and gorgeous Bhavana needs a special mention here. She has a potential to rule the drought hit(in terms of female protagonists) sandalwood.

    The movie is worth watching once if you can tolerate 70's graphics and Paapa Pandu genre of comedy ;-)