- 1 hr 53 min
Nayaki is a 2016 Indian horror-comedy film directed by Govi and produced by Giridhar Mamidipalli. The film features Trisha Krishnan in the lead role alongside Ganesh Venkatraman and Satyam Rajesh. The film is a bilingual film made in Telugu and Tamil languages. The story revolves around Gayathri, played by Trisha Krishnan, a popular actress of the 1980s who suddenly went missing at the peak of her career. The protagonist, Sanjana, played by Trisha again, is a struggling actress from the present day who decides to rent a luxurious villa for her stay while shooting for a film.
As soon as Sanjana moves into the villa, she starts sensing some paranormal activities that make her believe that Gayathri's spirit is haunting her. To her surprise, she discovers Gayathri's diary in the villa, which tells her story of how she was exploited and murdered.
Sanjana then starts investigating the case and finds out that Gayathri was murdered by her husband and his mistress. Shocked by the revelation, Sanjana decides to confront Gayathri's husband and learns that he is none other than her own father.
The film is a perfect blend of horror and comedy, and Trisha's performance as both Gayathri and Sanjana is commendable. Ganesh Venkatraman and Satyam Rajesh, who play the male leads in the film, also deliver their roles with perfection.
The film's music, composed by Raghu Kunche and Sai Karthik, is another highlight of the movie. The songs are catchy and well picturized, adding to the film's entertainment quotient.
The cinematography and the visual effects in the film are noteworthy, effectively capturing the horror and comedy elements of the film.
Overall, Nayaki is a must-watch film for those who love horror-comedy genres. The film is entertaining, thrilling, and keeps the audience engaged till the end.
Nayaki is a 2016 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 53 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 2.9.