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5 Oct, 2018
2 hrs 50 mins
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Protagonist of the story Arun Kumar is an aspiring filmmaker. In his pursuit of the craft, he collects various tales of psychopaths and serial killers. Constant rejections in his attempts and family constraints force him to abandon his dream and take up the job of a Police officer. Meanwhile in the Chennai city, a number of school girls are reportedly kidnapped and brutally murdered. Arun intuitively suggests to his superior officials that this could be the wrongdoings of a psycho killer, but they neglect his theories.

All the while, his predictions come true and dire incidents follow. At one stage, Arun's niece becomes a victim of this psychopath, thus fueling a vengeful investigation. With the help of his girlfriend Viji and his friends in the police department, Arun's pursuit of this phantom killer turns wilder than his darkest of imaginations.
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Ratsasan is a competent thriller, for the most part. There is a tautness to the storytelling, especially until the interval block, that keeps us hooked. ...Read full review
If I had to pick two things about Ratsasan that were extremely fascinating, it had to be the way it has been edited and the sound design of the film. Ratsasans nifty cuts and sound cements the effect first, cause later strategy that the cameras and screenplay adopt. One might say that this is normal modus operandi for a thriller. Well, it isnt just about the turns that the story takes but also about how they are revealed. ...Read full review