Devi Review

The Prabhudeva, Tammana and Sonu Sood starrer film Devi has finally hit theatres. Prabhudeva is back with a bamg after a long 12 year gap in the industry. The gilm was shot in 3languages simultanously apart from tamil the move aldo had Telugu and Hindi Versions. The film is released as Abhinetri in Telugu and Tutak Tutak Tutiya in Hindi. The film falls unser the genre of a horror comedy .

The film features Prabhudeva, Sonu Sood, and actress Tamannaah in lead roles while RJ Balaji, Sathish, Nassar, Murali Sharma and Abijith Paul are playing supporting roles. Actress Amy Jackson is seen in guest appearance. The Music is composed by Sajid-Wajid and Background score by Gopi Sundar. The cinematography of this film is handled by Manush Nandan and Edited by Anthony. Devi is produced jointly by Prabhudeva and Dr. K. Ganesh under Prabhudeva Studios banner. The film is distributed by Auraa Cinemas. Krishna is the centre male character in the movie and is played by Prabhudeva. Krishna is working in a Mumbai city, Krishna is highly ambitious to marrya a modern and outgoing girl but due to some circumstances he ends up marrying a village girl.

The Village girl Devi is played by Tammana. Kroshna brings his wife Devi to Mumbao after marriag, soon after Krishna staaarts experiencing some changes in the behaviour of Devi and d gradually understands that she is controlled by a soul named “Ruby” whose aspiration is to wind up as an actress. Sonu Sood plays an actor in the film. The stlry infolds as Rubybuses Devi to fulfill hwr deeams and as Krishna tries to get Ruby out of Devi’s body. All in all the film is a good entertainer.