27 Apr, 2018
1 hrs 41 mins
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The psychological thriller explores the emotional relationship between a young mother and her unborn daughter.

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Verdict: A gripping emotional thriller with horror elements. After the stupendous success of Fidaa and Middle Class Abbayi (MCA), Sai Pallavi is back in an author-backed role with a bilingual movie titled Kanam in Telugu and Diya in Tamil. This also marks the debut for Sai Pallavi in Tamil. Directed by A.L Vijay and produced []... ...Read full review
Krishna (Naga Shaurya) and Tulasi (Sai Pallavi) are the quintessential modern-day couple falling in love when they were in their teens and marrying five years later after they graduate and settle down in their jobs. However, while Tulasi struggles at putting an incident in the past behind her, their marriage seems to be weighed down by a third wheel, an unseen entity. ...Read full review
Sai Pallavi and Naga Shourya are a couple who abort their child as they are very young in age and also yet to tie the knot. After being separated for five years, they finally tie the knot. But Sai Pallavi does not forget the trauma she went through and always remembers the fact she would have had a five-year-old daughter by now if she did not get her abortion done. The twist in the tale arises when a small five-year-old spirit called Diya enters their life and turns things upside down. Who is this girl? What does she have to do with the couple? ...Read full review
Tulasi (Sai Pallavi) gets aborted when she is 19. After five years, she marries her longtime boyfriend Krishna (Naga Shourya). When they are leading a happy life, the sudden deaths in their family starts giving them worries. What happens then and what is the reason for the same forms the story of the film. ...Read full review
After shining in saleable roles, Sai Pallavi chooses to experiment in the role of a mother in this AL Vijay-directed movie. For her guts alone, she deserves kudos. ...Read full review
For Telugu audiences, Kanam is a Sai Pallavi movie that is coming right after her successful outings Fidaa and MCA. We didnt get enough of her acting finesse in the last release MCA. The little gap that came between MCA and Kanam has made the audiences restless waiting to see the natural belle in yet another natural role. ...Read full review

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