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Directed by Mysskin, Pisaasu is a paranormal thriller film produced by director Bala under his home banner B Studios. This film stars newcomers Naga and Prayaga Martin in the lead roles alongside Harish Uthaman, Radha Ravi and Kalyani Natarajan in supporting roles. Pisaasu has music scored by Arrol Corelli. Cinematographer Ravi Roy has cranked the camera while Gopinath has edited the film. This film is distributed by Sri Thenandal Films.
The movie opens to the hero Siddharth (Naga) driving along a road when he pulls over to attend a phone call. He soon hears loud screams and rushes outside to find a girl (Prayaga) lying in a pool of blood by the roadside, after a vehicle has hit her. Immediately, Siddharth rushes her to the hospital, but she passes away, holding his hand. Terribly shaken by this incident, he leaves for his home with one of her slippers, as remembrance. Slowly, Siddharth begins feeling a supernatural presence in his house and comes to know that the girl whom he tried to save, has taken the former of a ghost and is haunting his house. Siddharth's mother comes to visit him and she meets with an accident. Assuming that it was the ghost who was the reason for this, Siddharth tracks down her father (Radha Ravi) and seeks his help to exorcise the ghost. However, Siddharth's mother recovers and reveals that she had met with an accident and it was the ghost who saved her life. Meanwhile, Radha Ravi states that he is alive only to take revenge on the person who was responsible for his daughter's death. Siddharth assures that he will take care of that person and sets about tracking him down. Who was responsible for the girl's death? Why has she returned as a ghost, if it was not for taking revenge? What does Siddharth find out? Watch Pisaasu on the big screens to know...
Director Mysskin has delved into the world of the paranormal and brought out a beautifully crafted story on a ghost. He has also once again proved that he is a man of detail. The way he has showcased the wonderful human emotions of fear and compassion, are beautiful and touching. His screenplay and narration is at its best. This film has redefined the theme of horror movies with its unique storyline. Naga, as Siddharth, a violinist who finds a ghost has come into his life, is very good. Prayaga has lived her role and has emoted exceptionally well. The way she has handled the cumbersome makeup and the hanging around on wires, is exceptional. Ravi Roy's cinematography is brilliant. The debutant Arrol Correlli has taken Pisaasu to a totally new level with his composition. Editing by Gopinath compliments the pace of the movie. The art department has ensured that the scenes are authentic and have set the eerie mood perfectly.
Mysskin's Pisaasu is sure to change the common perception of ghosts and the supernatural and is definitely worth a watch!