Upset with her family issues, Nivedithaa moves out of her home and starts living alone.
This is also the time the Covid lockdown is announced. Left with no choice, Nivedithaa starts an Insta handle called Anya’s Tutorial.
She starts showcasing fake spooky elements in her apartment hereby catching the attention of everyone.
The twist in the tale arises when Nivedithaa starts experiencing paranormal activities herself.
What is the horror angle in the life of Nivedithaa? What happens next forms the rest of the story.
Nivedithaa gets a tailor-made role and gets ample chance to showcase her acting prowess.
Be it her facial expressions or the way she showcases her confused and traumatic state has been emoted so well.
Regina Cassandra is seen in a supporting role and does well in her part.
When compared to Nivedithaa, Regina gets less screen time. But still, she stands apart and makes an impression.
Director Pallavi Gangireddy has done a very good job of setting up the story in a modern premise that connects to today’s youth.
The visuals, VFX, and BGM are good. The locations, art direction, and costumes are top notch.
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