Film Review: Vasantha Mullai

 Ramanan Purushottama's directorial Vasantha Mullai starring Bobby Simha and Kashmira Pardeshi hit theatres on Feb 10th.

Rudra is an overworked IT exec who gets blackouts.  He is advised rest and so with his wife Nila ( Kashmira) he sets off on a vacation to the hills. There a series of strange happenings take place with the couple who are accosted by a stranger at a remote motel and have to run for their lives. Do they ever get out of the danger on their heels?

The action thriller has an unusual story and screenplay, with a message at its core relating to health, which is laudable.

Bobby Simha with his action packed performance makes his mark.  Kashmira is effective as the damsel in distress. 

Arya's cameo lifts the film and the scenes

 following his appearance. Sarath Babu as the doctor is a good choice as a calming figure, considering the storyline. 

The time loop kind of situation piques your  interest and induces enough chills. The action scenes are very well choreographed. 

But in few places, the repetitive nature of the scenes become a tad tough to hold your interest.

The grand set work, good bgm and novel concept of mind games with the viewer, coupled with Bobby Simha's performance and Kashmira charm, deliver a watchable thriller with a sound mesage for those plagued with the rat race in life. 

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