Radhika’s family have been seeing one tragedy after another in their lives.
Hence, a spiritual guru tells them to visit their family deity and perform a pooja. She had to let her grandchildren be part of the pooja as well for it to work.
The family comes to Vettaiyapuram palace, which is infamous for its story.
It’s where Ganga (Jyotika) suffered from split-personality disorder and behaved as Chandramukhi, a dancer.
The palace, owned by Vadivelu, is possessed by the ghosts of Chandramukhi and Vettaiyan. What happens to Radhika and her family forms the story.
Director P Vasu has followed the same template as the first part.
The small bits and pieces and emotional angle built around the family have a curious angle going on initially.
Though the interval is predictable, it is still okay. The second half manages to keep the audience engaged.
Lawrence plays a dual role as Vettaiyyan and Madhan and does his bit well. He carries both the roles with ease.
Kangana Ranaut effortlessly showcases varied shades and is convincing in her role.
Lakshmi Menon gets a critical role and does has done a decent job.
Rest of the cast including Rao Ramesh, Mahima Nambiar, Srushti Dange are all okay in their respective roles.
MM Keeravani’s songs and BGM tries to elevate the movie. Cameawrokd by RD Rajasekhar is good.
Rest of the technical aspects are good.