Banner: Flying Frogs
Cast: Ravi Babu, Neha Chauhan, Priya Vadlamani, Sreemuktha, Mukthar Khan and others
Cinematography: N Sudhakar Reddy
Edit: Marthand Venkatesh
art: Narayana Reddy
Written, produced and directed by: Ravi Baboo
Publication date: Nov 1, 2019
Allari Ravi Babu is not new to the horror thriller genre. He has made several movies, but his recent chart is beautiful. Has he bounced back with this latest outing “Aaviri”?
Let’s find out.
A businessman Raj (Ravi Babu), his wife Leena (Neha Chauhan) and their youngest daughter Munni move into an old palatial house built on a huge land in the heart of the city after their first daughter died in a swimming pool in their home. previous residence.
Munni sees a ghost trying to get her out of this house that is secured by cameras. After several failed attempts, Munni is finally missing.
What is the mystery behind this ghost?
Performances by artists:
All performances are monotonous, with standard expressions. Ravi Babu and newcomer Neha fail to impress.
The little girl is cute in her expressions. Mukthar looks more like a businessman than a police officer.
All of Ravi Babu’s thrillers are shot in one house with brightly colored walls. He brings neat visuals within the limited set-up of locations. Artwork is neat. Cinematography is sufficient.
Some scenes towards the end
An invisible ghost moves a chair, throws cups or glasses in the air, rams a person with a scooty and scares a Swiggy delivery man. These are the eerie elements that Ravi Babu has presented to us in this new ghost thriller ‘Aaviri’.
Ravi Babu himself had given us so much suspense in his earlier films, such as ‘Avunu’ or ‘Avunu 2’.
By deceiving viewers that the dead sister’s ghost plays all these tricks for the most part, he reveals another twist at the end.
It seems that he completely relied on this trick and weaved the screenplay. But this so-called shocking twist hardly shocks us.
We can easily guess who the bad guy is. Also, many scenes defy simple logic.
The new theory he establishes in this film is that “ghosts” can’t stand the heat. If the person possessed by a ghost is locked in a steam room, the ghost will reveal the truths. Here’s what we find out from this movie.
With standard situations, fixed scenes and non-haunted elements, ‘Aaviri’ is more of a boring film than a horror thriller. Ravi Babu again disappoints with outdated ideas.
Bottom line: Steam bath!
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