Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae review – Horror of comedies

Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae

Days are gone where horror movies could give sleepless nights to audience instead Tamil cinemas has shifted to horror comedy genre for a past few years. Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae (SBKT) is the latest spooky movie that comes to light at a right time, directed by a debutant Ike, a former associate of Kamal Hassan. The film stars Jiiva, Sri Divya, soori, Radhika Sarathkumar, Radharavi, Thambi Ramaiah, Kovai Sarala, Rajendran and a bunch of other actors who are mostly seen in horror comedies. Jiiva, who is a good actor, is in badly need of a hit and this movie may escalate his career graph.

Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae Synopsis & Review

The plot isn’t anything new to Tamil moviegoers. Jiiva as Vasu is a real estate agent since childhood, needed to move out of a few leased houses. He is then on a chase to find an apartment and settles in a town. When he at last moves into a spacious house, things gets more complicated after they realize that they aren’t the only occupants of the house and some spooky elements hovers the building.

Though, it’s a ghostly film, the theme here is more comedy and less creepy things. So, if you are fan of spine-chilling scary films, then this film is not for you. Don’t expect any hair-rising eerie sequences, however, you may feel comfortable with some bizarre comedies. Not that, there are some romance as well.

Jiiva and Soori combination seemed to have worked right away, and their performances are quite cool. Other characters have done great justice to their roles. The director scores well when it comes to screenplay as the story doesn’t have a great deal here. Background score is pretty decent though, songs aren’t.

Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae is a fun filled family entertainer that will not haunt you.