Yaamirukka Bayamey Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Yaamirukka Bayamey begins with a con couple Kiran [Kreshna] and his girlfriend [Rupa Manjari], who resides in a fictional hilly area. They come across a worsening mansion and plan to run a hotel in it. In the process meets the castle's caretaker played by Karunakaran, who joins them in the business along with his sister [Oviya]. Mysteriously, customers who checked in to their resort took their last breath in the room and they burried them in the backyard. One fine day, they realized there is some mystery about the palace but couldn't find it. Suddenly an unnatural fifth character enters their life in the form of Mayilswamy. Will he solve the perplex behind the haunted houe? Watch Yaamirukka Bayamey for climax...
Kreshna has walked out his way and comical played the role of Kiran in Yaamirukka Bayamey, where he tangibly essayed his parts as heir to the obsessed building.
Rupa Manjari is charming on-screen and adequate as a meaty girlfriend. While Oviya Helen is equally glamorous and did her parts well.
Karunakaran steals the show whenever he is on-screen. He makes you jum off the seat and laugh, especially in the scene where he talks in front of the mirror.
Mayilswamy is fun to watch, whereas cameos by Aadhav Kannadasan and Anaswara Kumar are okay.
Deekay scores well in bringing a new genre to Tamil cinema, in fact one of the most wanted genres in Hollywood. He has succeeded to the max in conveying ribs tickling comedy in association with horror thriller.
SN Prasad's songs go along the story. Background scores are well tuned and they provide enough tauntness in the second half, though the scenes appear predictable at parts.
A. Sreekar Prasad's editing is crisp. Cinematographer Rammy has nothing to do much as the movie is mostly shot in real locales and good frames.
Producer Elred Kumar and his RS Infotainment has once again come up with an entertaining commercial Tamil movie that sticks to viewers heart.
Yaamirukka Bayamey completely revolves in and around the haunted mansion and the four lead characters, apart from few scenes. Deekay wins laurels for filming such a never touched genre to perfection. Though he keeps your guessing works on they genuinely ends in an un-fearing manner.
Coming to narration, Yaamirukka Bayamey slowly starts and catches rapidity once the characters are plot. The actual mystery in the horror comedy starts before interval and ends up with chilling climax.
On the whole, Yaamiruka Bayamey gives you a never before experience with enough dose of commercial and screaming elements along with chills of a horror film.