Well, the director's intention and modus operandi is pretty much justified maybe. Making a wannabe horror splashed with doses of slapstick comedy, thereby trying to tie down the audience for some 2 odd hours. It has indeed been fetching some good amount of audience off late. So where did the director go wrong exactly? Well, I'd like to rephrase the question in this way.. So where did the director get them right exactly? Nowhere did he get em right, to be honest. A talented artist like Aishwarya Rajesh is wasted like hell. You're thrown upon some 30 odd minutes of love track (as they call) which was as shambolic as it could get. And then the things only got worse as the ghost was brought into action. Neither the cast nor the crew had any mercy on the audience to be frank. VTV Ganesh, Vaibhav everyone were at their horrible best. Editing was terrible. Screenplay was bonkers. Music was cacophonic. At the end of the movie, just one thing was lingering in my mind. Why do even filmmakers get distraught like this? won't the cast and crew know that they're making a movie which makes no sense at any level whatsoever?! Well, I really don't know. :-/ We aren't moving anywhere until makers keep coming up with Aranmanais & Munis. This is for sure.