Title – Uddishya, Banner - Chersonese Entertainment and Arch Films (USA), Executive Producers - Carlos Hagene and Gary Griffin, Director and Producer – HeMan, Music Director – Shadrach Solomon, Cinematographer - Chetan Raghuram, Original Story & Screenplay - Roberta Griffin, Cast – Hemanth, Archana Gaikwad, Akshata, Shreedhar Shastry, Iccha, Ashwatha Narayana, Anantha Velu, Anantha Padmanabha. S. A, Bharath. G. B and others.
The new Udbhava in ‘Uddishya’ is the story of this film written by Gary Griffin and handled impeccably by director, producer and lead actor HeMan.
We have heard of ‘Exorcist’ film in the past. The Exorcism is also nothing new to the filmdom. The belief crept in this film of giving sacrifice of three just born children and the respective mothers to win the ‘Death’ is something unique.
What happens when the deadly Christopher in the film make arrangements for that? He collects three girls in one place and forcefully engages in sex, all of them become pregnant. They are all locked in supervision. When the first child takes birth the hit back starts for Christopher. The three women at the stage of delivery know the ulterior motive – killing of them after delivery and their children. When the first child is about to be killed the mother dies after delivery. The two other pregnant women take revenge on Christopher brutally piercing in sharp knife.
This is what sounds interesting in a horror film. The aftermath of this ghastly incident is witchcraft of Christopher. In coma for 16 years finally declared dead but his athma triggers and shoots trouble for two women and their children.
In the case of Anu and her daughter Sara the support is from COD of police department but removal of ghost effect of Christopher ropes in father of Exorcism activity to the scene. Rest of the things on screen you better watch for this Paisa Vasool cinema.
HeMan as cop has done a pretty good job. It does not appear that he is first time acting. HeMan wins in his screenplay and guessing elements tucked.
Vijay Kaundinya as Christopher, Anantha Velu as father is poles part in their performance. One is wild and the other is mild. Politician Ashwath Narayan has made a simple presence. Archana Gaikwad as cop has good role to perform, Akshata is impressive when the ghost is on her body and surrounded by exorcism theory.
The background score is tolerable, the lighting effect, graphics for the film is absorbing. After a long time we had seen Mysuru Sri Chamarajendra Zoo on silver screen.
The film with newbie team headed by HeMan deserves good support and it does not disappoint for its attempt.