It really needs a lot guts to take A movie like this in Tamizh, although it looks like a slight remake thing of Sivappu Rojakkal by Bharathi Raja. From the beginning of the movie to the end of the end titles, we can be sure, Gautham Menon did not expect any more than once watching audience and just stood on the message he wanted to convey them. Excellent cinematography with coherent story and screenplay, lack of music and songs are totally faded out. I am really happy that I watched this on the very first day of its release.
The whole plot is very simple as I can tell in three sentences - Sex abused boy, Multiple Personality Disorder, Cold Blooded Murderer. Veera Bahu - the new comer - old Assistant Director - has acted beyond his level, while Sameera Reddy has acted far better than her previous two tamizh movies. Editing by Kaaka Kaaka Anthony and cinematography by Eeram Manoj Paramahamsa has added spice to the movie flow.
Apart from the positive factors told above, this movie can be said as a mixture of Sivappu Rojakkal and Tell Me Your Dreams. Child abuse thing by Veera's own father, three personalities MPD, Murder during sex, etc., brings the pictures of Sidney Sheldon's TMYD, while the Lonely House, Dogs, Security Gate, Last sequence police and documentary like end make me remember the Sivappu Rojakkal. Gautham is far improved, instead of just copying one story as other directors do, he has blended two to make his own remark.
In total I can give 5/5 for both cinematography and editing, 4/5 for Veera, 3/5 for Sameera, 2.5/5 for the movie and 2 for my ex-fav Gautham.. :(