Diya TamilRockers is a 2018 Tamil horror film directed by A. L. Vijay. The film starring Sai Pallavi, Veronika Arora, Naga Shourya, Gandhari Nithin, RJ Balaji, Rekha, Nizhalgal Ravi in the lead roles. This film Produced by Allirajah Subaskaran and Production company is Lyca Productions. Music composed by Music by Sam CS, Cinematography by Nirav Shah.
The viewer must accept the reason for the manifestation of Diya as a soul. There is no clear answer as to why he decided to double his revenge five years after an abortion. It is not surprising that it is the revenge of an unborn child who is now 5 years old. This is shown in a real way.
Diya Movie Story Line
The intrigue concerns Thulasi (Sai Pallavi) and Krishna (Naga Shourya). Thulasi became pregnant at the age of 19 because of Krishna, but his family decided to cancel the boy. They married five years later, but Thulasi was not very happy with his past. Then Krishna declares to leave the past and quickly gets out of pain and begins to live a happy life.
Director Vijay worked in the post-production of Jayam star Ravi Vanamagan and began photographing Karu, who blamed the following on Sai Pallavi. Rumor has it that the project is bilingual Tamil-Telugu. It should be noted that his latest movie Devi (left) is also bilingual. Vijay said, “I wrote a screenplay three and a half years ago. This story has a universal relationship and concerns the relationship between mother and daughter.
Aside from the central premise, there is nothing new in Vijay’s movie. The murders committed by cute little ghosts act as a metaphor for abortion: each victim dies without suffocation, and most die in a secret setting. However, this is not enough, especially if the audience continues to guess the next scene. Not even Diya’s short-term helped.
Sai Pallavi in Diya
The truth that happened around Thulasi and Krishna that their unborn baby girl Diya (Veronika Arora) always with them without seen. When Krishna’s father (Nizhalgal Ravi) met Krishna in his new apartment, Diya saw him and started following his house. The next day, he found dead in the water tank of his building. This Diya’s revenge plan.
The script isn’t very daring, and the movie seems pretty intently for about 100 minutes. And Sai Pallavi proficiently acted as a mother who missed her prodigal son and as a woman trying desperately to save her husband. While Nirav Shah’s cinematography provides the images, Sam CS’s score remains the element of fear.
Diya clearly has two heroes. Sam CS is one. The size of the orchestra (sometimes slightly above the mound) caused general discomfort. The music moves organically with horror stories: cellos and strings on stage and on stage. Although this film was no surprise, the music kept its atmosphere.