Zombie : Comedy chaos
Four men (Gopi, Sudhakar, Anbu and T M Karthik), who suffer from different domestic problems, decide to have fun in a resort on East Coast Road.
Another man (Bijili Ramesh) joins them. A medical student (Yashika Anand) along with her friends too stays in the same resort.
Dishes made out of dead chicken were served as dinner to the guests at the resort. But Gopi, Sudhakar, Ramesh, Karthik, Anbu and Yashika don’t eat those dishes.
Those who consumed the food become zombies and they start hunting for people. At this time, a rowdy (Yogi Babu) and a cop (John Vijay) who wants to encounter him enter the resort. What happens next is the rest of Zombie.
Directed by Bhuvan R Nallan, Zombie is an interesting idea, but wasted while it is made into a film. Despite having known comedy stars in lead roles, the movie falls flat.
Actors like Yogi Babu, who are well known for tickling the funny bone of the audience in their previous flicks, have been wasted. Even Yashika Anand fails to make an impact.
There are a lot of logical loopholes throughout the flick. Premgi Amaran’s music is good, while Vishnu Sri’s cinematography is another highlight. Bhuvan should have focused more on making Zombie an interesting offering.