About Yaamirukka Bayamey
Is a ghost haunting Kiran's ancestral property? Or is it a conman's master moves?
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Yaamirukka Bayamey is a horror comedy movie directed by debutant Deekay. The star cast of the movie includes Kreshna of Kazhugu fame, Rupa Manjari, Oviya and Karunakaran in the lead roles. Mayilswamy, Anaswara Rao and Aadhav Kannadasan will be seen in supporting roles. S.N. Prasad has composed the tunes for the film. Rammy has handled the camera while editing is done by A. Sreekar Prasad. Yaamirukka Bayamey is produced by Elred Kumar and Jayaraman under R.S. Infotainment banner.
Kreshna as Kiran essays the role of a TV anchor who sells booster medicines. Rupa Manjari plays Smita, the possessive girlfriend of Kiran.Kiran comes to know about a property in a hill station left by his father. The property is taken care by Karunakaran (Sharath) and his sister Saranya (Oviya). Sharath tells Kiran that his father’s aim was to run a hotel in that property. Both Kiran and Smita decide to turn the mansion into a resort and make a living out of it. They are joined by Sharath and Saranya. At first things seem to be looking up for the foursome, but when guests at the resort die mysteriously they realise that the mansion is not what it seems. And then the arrival of a mysterious person at the resort takes things to a completely different level. If you are already spooked, then you have to watch the movie to know more.
Kreshna and Karunakaran carry the entire story with their versatile performance. Rupa Manjari’s reactions are adequate and suitable to the story. Oviya steals the show with her seductive looks. Mayilswamy's rib-tickling comic sequences needs a special mention.
Yaamirukka Bayamey definitely does not seem like Deekay’s debut film. The first half of the film would make you think where these events lead to. But, the second half of the film offers a lot of chills and thrills which will make you glued to your seats. Sreekar’s crisp editing compliments the racy screenplay. Music by Prasad adds to perfect for the horor genre.
All together, Yaamirukka Bayamey is altogether a different and successul attempt in bringing comedy and horror together on screen.