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Iruttu Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, November 28, 2019Tamil ]
Iruttu Review
Sundar.C, Dhanshika, Sakshi Parvinder, VTV Ganesh, Yogi Babu,
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Girish Gopalakrishnan

The trailer of Sundar C's horror flick 'Iruttu' has landed and promises to be a different take on the genre with truly spine-chilling and scary shots.  It looks like director V.Z. Durai of 'Mugavari' and 'Thotti Jaya' fame has centred his script on a Mulsim legend which has never before been attempted in Tamil cinema.

'Iruttu' has Sundar C as the leading man playing a cop who uncovers the strange and devilish happenings in a bungalow situated in a hill station.  His tall frame and acting fit the bill perfectly for the role judging from the shots on display.  Vimal Raman makes her reentry to Kollywood after a long gap and she is truly riveting in her Arabic costumes as the ghastly being.  Yogi Babu, Sai Dhanshika, VTV Ganesh are the others in the cast.

Cinematographer E. Krishnaswamy has not resorted to any camera shaking but still manages to create the eeriness through crystal clear shots.  The shot where hundred of crows are flying towards the bungalow gives the jitters and so does a young child in a possessed state.

Girish G and R. Sudharshan are credited with the music and editing respectively and both hint that they have done a lot in the film.  V.Z. Durai with the help of horror specialist Indhra Soundarajan has written the screenplay and looks like he is on his way to making a solid comeback.  The scarefest is hitting the screens on December 6.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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