Raghava Lawrence’s Kanchana 3, the fourth instalment in his Muni franchise, is a treat for all the fans of the horror-comedy genre. Irrespective of the language, or any cultural barriers, the film appeals to everyone. That is because it depends on the actors and their acting chops to deliver the message. We’ve picked a few of the scenes that had us move behind on our seats, and caught our attention still.
A dark room and a girl alone… That sounds like the perfect setting for ghosts to creep in, right? Here, that’s exactly what happens. It’s surprising how you predict it yet be scared when your prediction comes true. Or is it just us?