Unakkenna Venum Sollu is available in: Tamil [Original] on Netflix USA
Unakkenna Venum Sollu
A couple comes to Chennai for their son's treatment, and the wife begins to sense the presence of a ghost in their house. Who is this spirit and what is it after?
While visiting Chennai to treat their ill son, a couple encounter a paranormal presence linked to a fateful past decision made by the boy's mother.
The premise does look promising — on paper, at least. Pooja (Deepak Paramesh) and Karthik (Jaqlene Prakash), a live-in couple, break-up and the pregnant Pooja, who gives birth to a child, chooses to give it way. The baby, which is adopted by Judy, a psychologically disturbed woman, dies the same night, but returns as a ghost to demand justice from its parents for abandoning it. But director Srinath Ramalingam ruins it with ineffective scenes and illogical characterization. Take for example the main reason behind the breakup. Pooja wants Karthik to get a job after he is given the pink slip at his current office; he decides to go to Singapore to get a job, and she thinks he’s irresponsible because he is leaving her alone to face her pregnancy! We actually end up symapthising more with the ghost, Daisy (Anu), because she doesn’t deserve such parents.