Pindam short review: flat sequences for a true horror movie

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Pindam movie review and rating
Pindam movie review and rating
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Pindam movie review and rating
Pindam movie review and rating

Pindam is projected as the scariest horror film ever. Sriram, Kushee Ravi, and Srinivas Avasarala played important roles. The film was released today. Let us check out the review.

Anthony (Sriram), his wife (Kushee Ravi), and their children move into a house where their lives change unexpectedly. Eerie moments started to happen in the house. They found out that the house was possessed by a ghost and they took the help of the exorcist (Eeswari Rao) to do that.

Sriram has nothing much to do in the first half. In the second half, he takes over in an emotional scene and a few scary scenes. The same is the case with Kushee Ravi. She appears throughout the movie though. Srinivas Avasarala’s is more of a cameo. Eeswari Rao’s character looks interesting at the start but the lack of interesting sequences turns that into the routine. The rest of the cast are okay.

The music in the movie could have been better and so is the BGM. The cinematography works fine. The editing could have been crispier. The story is interesting but routine. The main problem with Pindam lies in the treatment. Pindam falls flat for most of the first half. Even in the second half, barring some exorcist scenes, the movie doesn’t excite much. The production values are okay and so is the direction.

Overall, Pindam is for pure horror lovers and they might not enjoy it to the fullest.

Rating: 2/5