Produced by Allu Aravind and K E Gnanavel Raja of Studio Green with direction by Sam Anton, Darling is worth a watch.
Remake of Prema Katha Chitram, a Telugu horror comedy, Darling revolves around a group of youngsters who want to end their lives. But their plans go awry.
Kathir (G V Prakash) along with his buddie Kumaran (Bala Saravanan) and Nisha (Nikki Galrani) are depressed in life and think that the only solution is to end their lives. They are joined by Athisayaraj (Karunaas), who too wants to commit suicide.
They enter a house and decide to stay one night before achieving their mission.
They soon realise that there is an evil spirit in the house. What happens then is narrated in a comical way. Considering this to be his maiden venture as acting, Prakash has done a wonderful job. He is cool in comedy sequences. Nikki and Srushti chip in well. But the real scene-stealers are Karunaas and ‘Naan Kadavul’ Rajendran. They bring the roof down with their hilarious antics and brilliant comic timing. Technically good, Sam Anton’s Darling is engaging.