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Director Prabhu Yuvaraj brings together newcomers Ashraf and Aditi Chengappa in Ra, with Raj Aryan's music and Saravanan Ramasamy's cinematography.
The movie opens to Ajay (Ashraf) and Renya (Aditi) running away and getting married. The hero's family supports the marriage, while the heroine's family is dead against it. The hero's family make all the necessary arrangements for the couple's first night and leave them alone in the house and go outside. Ajay's friends come home and insist on having a celebratory party with the acceptance of both Ajay and Renya. After a long night of partying, the coupel goes to sleep completely tired. However, the next morning Ajay finds Renya dead, in mysterious circumstances. Ajay and his friends are arrested by the Police, but are later released after post-mortem confirms that Renya died due to a heart attack. A totally dejected Ajay and his family members come to know about the presence of a supernatural being in the house. Ajay believes that it is Renya's spirit. But, as more and more people get killed in the house, everybody becomes suspicious. Who is the supernatural being? Who is killing everybody? How did Renya die? Watch Ra to know...
Director Prabhu Yuvaraj has woven a very scary tale with a whole lot of thrilling elements and twists and turns and suspence, throughout the movie. Ashraf is the biggest plus of the movie. Despite being a debutante, he has performed admirably well and has given a wonderful performance. Aditi, despite not having a meaty role, has done well. The director's handling of the screenplay, especially the climax, has been well done. Music and cinematography add to the thrill of the movie.
Ra is one thrilling horror ride that you should not miss!