Director Ram Kumar has taken a simple premise and woven it into a tale of superstitious beliefs and a lot of fun. The screenplay is crisp and the comic sense in each and every scene keeps the viewers laughing continuously. Vishnu is known to take up performance-oriented roles and he has continued in that vein and given a stellar performance in the movie. Nandita is brilliant as the demure village girl who slowly falls in love with an outsider. Kaali Venkat and Ramadas (who plays Muneeshkanth) are the show stealers. The subtle acting and the comic timing are absolutely perfect. Anandraj makes a very good comeback as the Jameendar. Sean Roldan’s music is one of the biggest pluses for the movie. Cinematography by PV Shankar and editing by Leo John Paul are crisp and appealing.