Jiiva along with Soori tricks people to buy houses. On the other hand, the hero wants to buy a mansion for his mother Radhika. So he spreads rumour about a bungalow and says that it is haunted and finally buys it.
When they move in there, they are shocked to see that Thambi Ramiah is already residing there with his family.
They decide to share the house temporarily, but then strange things start happening and they realise that the mansion is really haunted.
What happens after that, how did they escape from the ghost, who got the house finally forms the rest of the story.
After having a poor show in his recent outings, Jiiva has got a better flick. This might be the comeback the actor was searching for.
On the other hand, Sri Divya has very little scope in the movie except playing the love interest of the hero.
Soori and Thambi Ramaiah fill the humour portions of the movie and have a done a decent job with some good humour and are also well supported by Radhika, Devadarshini, Kovai Sarala and Mayilswamy.
Debutant director Ike has tried to use humour and horror in equal propotions and has done a decent job except for a few cliched scenes.
However the sentiment scenes could have been done better with seasoned actors like Radha Ravi and Radhika.
Music by Vishal Chandrasekhar is one of the biggest strengths of the flick apart from TS Suresh’s editing and art direction by Lalgudi Ilayaraja. Cinematography by Sathyan Sooryan is another highlight
SKBT is a good pastime during the summer vacation despite its predictability factor.