Synopsis/Plot : Natural deaths under mysterious circumstances keep happening in the hero's household. The hero has some paranormal experiences around this time. Is there a connection between these two?
Ra does offer a unique experience with concepts of demon, fourth dimension, doomsday and what not. We only wish the genre bending that the makers have tried out was more seamless. (more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Rarely do we see a Tamil movie with a lot of experiments as commercial movies are the order of the day, but debutant director Prabhu Yuvraj has touched a never attempted fantasy-horror genre with enough scientific explanation in �Ra�. The kind of research put in by the team is evident with the title...(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
A fairly well made thriller by debutants with strong technical backing
A palatial modern bungalow with few inhabitants, eerie silences broken by sudden sound bursts, doors that thud without any reason, whooshing resonance that forebode unnatural events, spirits that pop up at the most unexpected times and television and music system operating by themselves are some of ...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
A chariot pulled in different directions
All through the film and even well after it, you aren�t sure what the real story of Ra is. It seems like a medley of edible ingredients that doesn�t make a tasteful dish. You realise how this must have come about when you pay attention to the credits. Much like a Wikipedia article citing references ...(more)
Source: Sudhir Srinivasan, The Hindu
Lovers Ajay and Ranya get married with the help of their friends, but the next morning, Ajay finds the girl dead on the bed. Heartbroken, he approaches a psychic to get in touch with her but his entry into her world only spells doom.
Finally, it looks like horror films in Tamil are coming of age. Ra is essentially a haunted house thriller but the writers Ashraf and Prabu Yuvaraj (the hero and the director of the film respectively) introduce an element of fantasy that gives it a different colour. And, their treatment isn't kitsch...(more)
Source: M. Suganth, Times Of India
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