Pindam Trailer Review: A Visual Feast for Horror Enthusiasts

 - Sakshi Post

Sriram, known for his roles in "Roja Poolu" and "Aadavari Matalaku Ardhale Verule," join forces with Kushee Ravi for the upcoming horror drama "Pindam," directed by debutant Saikiran Daida. Bankrolled by Yeshwanth Daggumati of Kalaahi Media, the film has garnered positive responses for its first look, teaser, and the song "Jeeva Pindam," with the trailer released today. Scheduled for a theatrical release on December 15, the movie explores a chilling narrative set in three timelines – the present day, the 1930s, and the 1990s.

The trailer introduces a conversation between Srinivas Avasarala and Easwari Rao, delving into the theme of spirits and their potential to impact the lives of the living. The storyline unfolds in the 90s, where Anthony's family moves to a mysterious house with an unknown past, leading to a series of eerie events affecting the family. As a spirit healer confirms the presence of multiple spirits, the family must protect their youngest child before "mahalaya amavasya."

Pindam, living up to its claim of being the "scariest film," delivers an engrossing trailer that caters to horror enthusiasts, combining intriguing drama, thrills, and a chilling backstory. The film's aesthetics, including cinematography, unique lighting techniques, music, and sound design, promise to be major attractions. With a gripping premise and compelling performances, Pindam unfolds across different timelines, featuring Ravi Varma in a crucial role. Saikiran Daida and Kavi Siddartha have crafted the story, while Satish Manoharan serves as the cinematographer. Krishna Saurabh Surampalli provides the musical score, and Shirish Prasad is the editor. Jashuva and Vishnu Nair contribute as the stunt director and art director, respectively.

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