Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae (2017)
A young man who wants to own a house buys a mansion and moves into it with his extended family not knowing that there is a ghost in the place.
The enormous in addition to of ‘SBKT’ is a blend of grown-up and adolescent satire that work in a large portion of the spots. The primary half is likewise stuffed with thrills as the chief continues prodding of a spooky nearness and just makes an uncover amid the interim.
In the film an opportunity to get terrified bringing about monotony for the watcher. The wistful scenes too are not the heart touching assortment and are simply utilitarian.
Cinematography by Sathyan Sooryan, altering by T.S. Suresh, music by Vishal Chandrasekhar and craftsmanship course by Lalgudi Ilayaraja are the four columns who raise the film from a normal content. Chief Ike has put in a ton of heart into his scenes and his subject of family fellowship keeps running beneath the surface all through the film. Appropriate from the cameos by Jai and Akshara Gowda toward the begin till the very end he springs numerous visual astonishments that demonstrate his guts as a movie producer. In any case, the general feeling is that the screenplay could have been greatly improved.
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Chief Ike accompanies a solid foundation, being the grandson of the incredible M.R. Radha and having helped Priyadarshan and Kamal Haasan. His ‘Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae’ is the creation introduction of Atlee and outfitted with a group cast makes a genuinely decent presentation.
Vasu (Jiiva) is a land merchant who utilizes traps and underhanded techniques to get houses sold with the assistance of his accomplice Sooranam (Soori). He himself has the aspiration of purchasing a palatial home for his mom (Radhika). In one of his adventures he meets Shwetha (Sri Divya) and sentiments create between the two. Vasu figures out how to purchase the place he had always wanted in the wake of spreading bits of gossip that it is spooky for quite a while. At the point when the family moves in they are stunned to discover Jumbulingam (Thambi Ramaiah) and his significant other (Devadarshini) as of now there who assert that it is their home. The two families briefly choose to remain together and after that peculiar things begin to happen which prompts a sensational, exciting and wistful peak.
For a performing artist of Jiiva’s bore the character Vasu does not measure up and more often than not he is required to make an insincere effort. However ‘SBKT’ may very well be the break that the skilled on-screen character has been sitting tight for to turn his fortunes in the cinematic world. Sri Divya does not have much to do here and is disturbing that she is by all accounts losing her appeal in late couple of movies. Soori gets a decent part as Sooranam and has played to the display conveying chuckles at consistent interims and he even has an affection track. Watch out for his scene with the fun loving phantom kid and the clothes washer drama with Devadarshini that cut the house down. Radha Ravi as normal is great as the brilliant hearted zamindar turned startling phantom while Thambi Ramaiah is in full frame as the screwing up Jumbulingam. Capable help is given by Radhika, Devadarshini, Madhumila, Kovai Sarala, Mayilswamy, Ilavarasu and Rajendran.