Time and again, Nayanthara has been proving that she is not just a heroine who merely run-around-trees and romance heroes. There is an actress in her who can do any challenging roles. Be it Maya, Aramm of Kolamaavu Kokila, she was right there delivering her best. And Airaa gives her more. Filmmaker Sarjun has come up with dual roles much to the delight of Nayanthara fans.
It is an eerie thriller loaded with spine-chilling moments. Nayanthara is at her best giving right variations. Be it a bubbly journalist or a timid dark-skinned Bhavani, Nayanthara has enough scope to prove her histrionics. The movie is about a young woman, who has lots of dreams but suffers an unnnatural death. The rest is predictable as her spirit is back to revenge those responsible for it.
Yamuna (Nayanthara) is a journalist who spends time in her grandmother's house in Pollachi. its of horror elements are encountered there. Meanwhile Amudhavan (Kalaiyarasan) loses his fiancee in accident. She is Bhavani (Nayanthara. A timid girl who works in a hotel. Her spirit takes revenge on those behind her death. Yamuna is unknowingly is one among them. What happens then is the crux.
Besides Nayanthara, the movie stars Kalaiyarasan, Yogi Babu, Jayaprakash, Meera Krishnan among others. Nayanthara as Bhavani and Yamuna is impressive. Kalaiyarasan does his job very well. Yogi Babu as usual tries to tickle your funny bone with oneliners. K S Sundaramurthy's music recreates eerie moments well. However Sarjun's weak writing lets the movie down at many places and the eerie moments are very familiar with nothing new in it.