Star Solid: Tamannaah Bhatia, Prabhu Deva, Prabhas, Bhumika Chawla, Murali Sharma
Director: Chakri Toleti
One chilly evening, a deaf-and-mute lady in an enormous mansion and a cold-blooded assassin on unfastened. Simply the proper substances you must dish out a gripping thriller!
Nevertheless, Prabhudheva-Tamannaah’s Khamoshi falls in need of being that sharp watch as director Chakri Toleti falters on the subject of an ideal mix of chills and thrills.
Surbhi (Tamannaah), a deaf-and-mute girl was adopted as a child by a wealthy girl. After the latter’s demise, a grown-up Surbhi decides to donate half of her wealth to an orphanage. In the meantime, there is a couple, Mr and Mrs Desai (Sanjay Suri and Bhumika Chawla) who appear to be fairly upset with Surbhi’s choice.
However, a ‘good-hearted’ Surbhi decides to go forward with choice, unaware that the evening forward has some ‘killer’ shock in retailer for her within the type of Dev (Prabhudheva), a schizophrenic affected person absconding from a psychological asylum. With lifeless our bodies quickly piling up at the actual property, will Surbhi overpower Dev on this sport of hide-and-seek?
A movie like Khamoshi must have some taut writing to maintain you hooked to your seats. Sadly, the writers fare common in that division. At locations, the screenplay dips with repetitive-ness seeping within the plot. It is the 2 leads’ performances which assist you to sail via the movie.
Whereas Kartik Subbaraj’s Mercury had Prabhudheva taking part in a blind, mercury poisoning- affected man who goes on a killing spree, the actor but once more shows a scrumptious wickness in Chakri Toleti’s Khamoshi. He provides you sufficient ‘creeps’ and ‘chills’ on this looking sport.
Tamannaah Bhatia as a lady caught up in a super-scary scenario will get her feelings bang on. Sanjay Suri and Bhumika Chawla by no means get a scope to carry out; blame it on their poorly-sketched roles.
Cory Geryak’s cinematography provides you loads of tense moments within the movie. Shakti Hasija’s enhancing may have been a bit extra crispier. Shamir Tandon’s background rating works fantastic.
Whereas a bit extra refined writing would have upped the sport, it is Prabhudheva’s bone-chilling act and Tamannaah Bhatia’s vulnerability that retains you glued to the display screen in ‘Khamoshi’. I am going with 2.5 stars.