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Written by timesofindia on July 7, 2014

Frankly, most horror films made in Tamil cinema have only ended up as unintentional comedies. Director Deekay seems to understand this and though Yaamirukka Bayamey is a haunted house story, he goes for laughs more than chills. This approach (a very wise one) is what sets his film apart from recent successful films in the genre like Kanchana and Pizza. It is classier than the former and lacks the visual flair of the latter; there is a ghost-looking-for-revenge angle as in Kanchana, and like Pizza, it has some haunted house spooks, but, the film manages to carve its own space as both these trope... read the rest.

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