Movie : Muni 3
Cast : Raghava Lawrence, Taapsee, Kovai Sarala
Director : Raghava Lawrence
Producer : Raghava Lawrence
Banner : Raghavendra Productions
Music : SS Thaman
Ganga starts on a fresh note. Raghava [Lawrence] is a cameraman in a leading TV channel and plans to capture ghosts. Raghava heads to a haunted house in Mahabalipuram with huge team including Taapsee, Sriman, Manobala, Mayilsamy and Samsu. They plan to capture fake thrills by setting up artificial ghosts, to their surprise some startling incidents take place affirming them of real ghosts. What happens next? Does Ghosts exist? If so, how did Lawrence get rid of them? Forms the crux of Ganga.
Lawrence has delivered much improved performance, compared to his earlier outings in the form of expression and timing. Huge laurels for his dance.
Taapsee is a show stealer. From fearless to frightening, strict to stern professional and melting romantic expressions in songs, feast to watch on screen.
Kovai Sarala is best of the lot in providing comic relief, vocal modulations are an asset. Manobala, Mayilsamy, Sriman, Samsu at their best.
Nithya Menon is a best surprise portion in Ganga. Her story in the movie is sure to move you with Nithya’s expressions.
Lawrence is the one who introduced the comedy with jinx to Tamil audiences with Muni and Kanchana. Upholding the basics of genre with added comedy and enough thrills, Lawrence had bring back the sequel Kanchana 2/ Ganga with utmost freshness to the tale.
Rajavel’s camera works leave you with much needed visual experience in horror films with good light. Supportive background score, credits goes to Leon James, Sathya, Thaman and Ashwamithra, enhances the overall movie experience.
Thanks to late Kishore Te. He has delivered a memorable edge of the seat thriller with humor to audiences, before he left us.
Gana has its own lol [laugh out loud] moments and edge of seat thrills to grab your attention in the perfect time.
After a well dealt first half with right mix of comedy and horror with special moments, interval is a bang to watch. Concurrently, director looses the pace in the second half during flashback and climax may not go well with all. Real performance, instead of CG works in the end gives different experience.
Experience Thrills; Laugh out Loud…