It all begins after Rachana, an formidable and sensible lady, who shies away from getting married regardless of strain from her mom, begins engaged on the story of people that take unlawful U-turns. She is kind of joyful along with her profession and loves spending time in workplace due to another reason – her liking for Aditya (Rahul Ravindran), who works as a criminal offense reporter. When the 2 of them lastly go on a date and every little thing goes properly, Rachana is taken to the close by police station.
Apparently, the individual (one of many few who took an unlawful U-turn) whom she tried for the aim of the story has misplaced his life. Nayak and his superior officer, Chandrasekar (Aadukalam Naren) interrogate her solely to search out that she has nothing to do with the deceased man. But additionally they uncover that the folks, whose names she has along with her for the story, are all lifeless. Rachana and Nayak examine the case additional although Chandrasekar is in no temper to assist them. They handle to succeed in Ritesh (Narain), whose spouse Maya (Bhumika) and daughter, handed away in an accident, after which the sequence of deaths really started. With ample twists and turns, the plot unfolds slowly and steadily – the explanations behind Ritesh’s deceased household and why those that take U-turn are focused are narrated grippingly, a lot just like its Kannada model.
The movie, not like common whodunit thrillers, is totally different – there isn’t any cat-and-mouse recreation, but it holds your consideration. With a refined message and a few feelings, the climax, too, isn’t the identical because the suspense-filled thriller you typically come throughout in Tamil. It, nonetheless, might have been extra convincing. The movie, a bilingual, and has nativity points in some scenes. The solid consists of Telugu actors like Hariteja and Chatrapathi Sekhar, which is okay, however scenes which have Tamil Nadu police carrying Telangana police’s badge, police car with Telangana registration quantity, and so on, are awkward in an in any other case curiously made remake.
Samantha does a neat job in a job that undergoes assorted feelings, and so is Bhumika, who seems solely in just a few scenes. Aadhi and Narain, too, play their half properly.