This Friday will see the release of Salman Khan’s much awaited Tubelight, which will hit the theatre on Eid. Movie makers have for past some time now made money off the big weekends of Eid, Diwali and other such festivals. One such movie is Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae which is directed by Ike Radha and stars Jiva along with Sri Divya, Soori, Radhika Sarathkumar and Radha Ravi. The film, which is a horror comedy, is expected to leave you in splits given its premise of a haunted house with funny creatures. The film revolves around its protagonists and their palatial paranormal place which is said to leave the audience tickled in their seats.
Jiva plays Vasu, who is a house broker and gets his deals done by selling lies and false stories. While his wife, Swetha, is played by Sri Divya. The film does not spend much time on their love story and instead focuses on the horror and comedy elements brought about by the haunted house which is full of characters tripping on laughs. The ghosts are played by Soori, Thambi Ramaiah and a bunch of actors who make sure that the theatre is filled with laughs. On one hand is Vasu, who has come from humble beginnings and wants to make his mother (played by Radhika) comfortable in the house. Also, the house has not come by easy to him as the film features several face offs he has had with the arrogant owners.
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The haunted house also seems to have a back story with the family living in it having a lovely past, before everything went down. The film features much more laughs than horror, and remains a through and through family film that you may enjoy with your family this weekend. There are too many characters on the screen at times, but for those of us who love ensemble films, that is more fun.
The film’s music has been composed by Vishal Chandrasekhar. The songs are peppy with one track going ‘Ek Kissan Raghuthatha’. Watch out for the trailer below and get your dose of laughter on Friday in your nearest cinema halls.