Horror in the house
Arul along with his friends travel into a forest area. As it starts to rain heavily they decide to stay in a bungalow in the forest.
In the bungalow they meet a old man whose actions are suspicious. When they roam inside the building they hear a baby’s cry and find a baby locked in a box in one of the rooms and save it.
Following this paranormal activities start to happen in the building. What happens next and did the trio manage to escape the building forms the rest of the story.
Hero Arul is also the director of the film and his efforts to give a complete thriller sans songs should be appreciated.
Most of the scenes are shot inside the building and cameraman VTK Udhayan has used different angles to make complete use of the building to keep the movie engaging.
One of the major strengths of the movie is that it does not have unnecessary comedy tracks or flashbacks. The screenplay is brisk and keeps the audience engaged and guessing till the climax.
Hero Arul, his girlfriend Kashima Rafi, sister Akila Narayanan, Sarjun are all debutants. However they have put on a decent show. Pooshitha steals the show with her expressions.
Since there are no songs in the movie, music composer Prithviraj has put more focus on the BGM. Overall Kadhampari is a decent and fairly engaging horror flick.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
cast & crew
Arul as arul
Kaashima rafi as lincy
Akila narayanan as ruthra
Sarjun as victor
Ninmy as stella
Poositha as Anamika
Maharajan as beemsing
Muruganandham as police kesavan