Little Thrill, Little Spook And Loads Of Venkatesh’s Comedy Await You In Nagavalli
This is probably the only times when even introverts might wait to get out of the houses. Staying home can be difficult, and that’s a fact that we are learning only recently. But we do owe a huge thank you to our times and technologies. Not only are we more connected to each other than ever, but we have no dearth or any need and want. Yet, if you are having a dull day in quarantine, we suggest watching Venkatesh starrer Nagavalli on ZEE5, now available for Free.
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Nagavalli is a 2010 horror-comedy film with a great-looking cast. Venkatesh takes the lead, while Anushka Shetty, Kamlinee Mukherjee, Richa Gangopadhyay, and Shradha Das follow the trail. Not to forget, Brahmanandam also adds his personal touch in making the film a success. Nagavalli is meant to be a sequel to Rajinikanth and Jyothika’s iconic 2005 horror flick, Chandramukhi.
The film begins when an old artist hangs himself after decorating an iconic painting, Nagavalli. Years later, this painting is gifted to a classical dancer and that’s how it gets a new house. Soon after its entry, things start to go beyond imaginable and normal. Having tried several ways, the family decides to station the painting in a storeroom and lock their daughter in a shed, because of her unnatural behaviour.
That’s when the man of the hour, Venkatesh, makes an entry. Just like Rajinikanth in Chandramukhi, Venkatesh’s character is that of a world-famous psychologist, who assures getting rid of any mental issue or negative energy. However, during his stay, he finds out that the problem needs more than his knowledge to be solved. That’s when a well-known priest comes into the picture. How the traditional and modern forces join hands to get rid of a problem is the crux of the story.