A raging debate on the internet surrounding the ending has made fans wonder whether this is actually a sequel to Mayanagari/Fearless. Considering the director's background, it is likely. Either that or we are going to have more Etu-Murattu thrown at the screen.
Ramu rocks. If your husband is cool with you calling the shots, you could get pregnant… RIGHT out of this chilling flick. No, not that kind of pregnancy. This year’s December release is a hysterical tale of triplets – challenging every idea of what a person is – and risky experiment in entrepreneurial genetics. If that all sounds way too familiar to you, just hide your eyes. It’s a comedy.
Rajalakshmi Kantamukku Theerpu. In rural Kerala. In the middle of the night. Sounds like a nightmare, right? Wrong! It does make for a chiller – and it does take twists and turns only in rural Kerala! Director Ramu takes you on a ride that will make you confront your own worst fears. If that doesn’t send a chill down your spine, then we’ll know why no one washes their hair in rural Kerala.
Chamber of Horrors had a brief cult following, but Rangasthalam is aiming at a wider audience, which is why it’s being marketed as a horror-comedy instead of a Lovecraft homage. Ramu’s beloved Shaapit is the perfect stepping stone for a broader and crossover audience. Plus, our first look trailer shot by Raju with an amazing song has got a whole lot of buzz happening. A perfect blend of village folktale and spooky plots. d2c66b5586