03 Nov, 2017
2 hrs 16 mins
17,205 votes
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A neurosurgeon (played by Siddharth) and his wife (played by Andrea Jeremiah), a newly-wed couple move into a new neighborhood and soon realize that the house next door, inhabiting a little girl and her mother, is haunted. Although initially reluctant to believe the stories of supernatural elements, the doctor, after a close encounter with the possessed resorts to exorcism to help save the neighbors.
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Verdict: Siddharth shines as an actor and a producer! Aval is a trilingual film starring Siddharth and Andrea Jeremiah, in Tamil, Hindi and Telugu. Siddharth`s comeback to the Hindi and Telugu Industry with this intriguing film is definitely the way to do it! With good visuals and production value, this film is surely a refreshing []... ...Read full review
The advent of horror comedies has seemingly reduced the interest in filmmakers in the south Indian industry to make a full-length horror film that could make audience cower in their seats biting their nails while trying to look away from the screens. ...Read full review
Former associates of Mani Ratnam, director Milind Rau and co-screenwriter Siddharth, have come up with this unusual horror film in Tamil cinema. The words to be noted here are Mani Ratnam and unusual because Mani Ratnam has never made anything remotely linked to horror. ...Read full review
After a series of template horror-comedy films, Siddharth and Milind Rau have come up with Aval, a smartly made proper thriller mixed with emotions. The script is considered to be based on a real-life incident. Apart from producing and acting, Siddharth has also co-written the movie with Milind Rau. ...Read full review
In an industry where there is no dearth for horror films of various fashions, Aval managed to create attention, because of some tall claims from the makers. Based on a true incident, the movie starts against the backdrop of a hill station somewhere in the north east region. ...Read full review
Director Milind Rau and Siddharth, who has produced and co-written the film, warn the viewers to take their film very seriously, and they do so even before the film begins. In fact, in the opening credits, they have a thank you card for the Devil, and it really caught my attention and made me sit up. ...Read full review
The horror season has still not passed and Siddharth starrer Aval has landed itself on the silver screen - the timing is perfect. In an industry where there is not much place for horror genre, Aval sure has filled the void in Tamil cinema. ...Read full review
The horror comedy genre that possessed moviegoers for the past few years seems to have been exorcised and adult comedies have taken their place. Here comes `Aval`, an attempt at pure horror with a liberal dose of adult elements that impresses to a certain degree and could open the doors to more such fare in Kollywood. ...Read full review
In every haunted house horror movie, I ask the question: So why doesnt the family leave? Milind Raus Aval (She/Her) not only addresses this clich, it does so with flair. The family in question is headed by Paul (Atul Kulkarni), and the question comes from his wife. ...Read full review
Aval is perhaps the closest a Tamil film has ever come to being deserving of that much-coveted label, Hollywood standard ...Read full review

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