There is a don named Naina. His accomplice traps his friends and goes in search of a golden treasure. Vaibhav along with his wife and friends embark on a journey to find the accomplice.
On their way, they reach a village. Vaibhav shows his accomplice’s photograph in the village and enquires about his whereabouts.
However, he finds out that everyone in the village is dead and are roaming as ghosts. Vaibhav along with his wife and family gets trapped in the village. What happens next forms the rest of the story.
Director Deekay has followed the done and dusted template of ghost stories. In his previous outing ‘Yaamirukka Bayamaen’ also the director followed the same template, but the situations in the movie made it in an interesting watch.
This is not the case with Kaatteri. The script is not gripping and the situations are also not much interesting. Vaibhav has very limited scope to perform.
He does not get to offer jokes as well. Aathmika and Sonam Bajwa have very little screen space. Varalakshmi Sarathkumar has delivered what was expected from her.
Rest of the cast including Ravi Maria and Karunakaran are all functional. Prasad SN’s music is average.
There are no songs in the movie. PS Vinod’s camerawork is impressive.