Dora Movie Review – Sri Green Productions

Dora Movie review

Director: Dharani Dharan
Producer: M. S. Sharavanan
Banner : Sri Green Productions
Music : Siddharth Vipin
Starring: Sathyaraj, Sibiraj, Bindu Madhavi
Rate:2.5/5

Story: Dorapuram, a place in the village which is haunted by ghosts and villagers restrains themselves from stepping out of their houses after 9 pm. Satya (Sibiraja) is a police man who is sent on an assignment to the village and he falls in the love of Viji (Bindu Madhavi). On the other side, Viji’s cousin Veera (Karunakaran) is also in love with Viji and wants to get marry her. Satya approaches Vijji’s father for his daughter’s marriage. He challenges Satya and Veera to stay in the haunted bungalow for seven days and that whoever makes it alive out of the place will get to marry his daughter. Both accepted the challenges and decided to stay in haunted bungalow. The paranormal activities start immediately. What will happen next? Form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:
Performance of Sathyaraj
Cinematography
Minus Points:
Story
Screenplay
Direction

Performance: Satyaraj tried to deliver his best but he got limited screen space. The performance of Sibiraj is average and he became fail to grab the attention of the audiences. Bindhu Madhavi has done justification with her role but her character lacks clarity. Comedian Karunakaran became successful to laugh to the audiences and his comic timing is good. Rest of the cast are just filler.

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