Tamil NaduHostel Tamil Movie Review 2022 Ashok Selvan, Priya Bhavani Shankar

Hostel Tamil Movie Review 2022 Ashok Selvan, Priya Bhavani Shankar

The hostel movie starring Ashok Selvan and Priya Bhavani Shankar has been released in theaters today.

Hostel is a Tamil remake of the 2015 Malayalam horror-comedy Adi Kapyare Kootamani. The film stars Ashok Selvan, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Satish, Nasser and Muniskanth.

The film is directed by Sumanth Radhakrishnan and produced by Raveendran in Tamil. The recently released Manmadhaleelai film starring Ashok Selvan has been well received and its sequel Hostel is currently out.

Ashok Selvan, who is studying in college, is staying with his friends at the college hostel. The lodge is headed by former army officer Nasser. He himself says that he raises children very disciplined.

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Priya Bhavani Shankar tells Ashok Selvan to stay in the hotel for one night only and he also gathers Priya inside the hostel without anyone knowing. The story of the hostel film is how Priya Bhavani Shankar enters the hostel and leaves without getting caught by anyone.

The film, which was released in Malayalam, has been adapted for the Tamil people. Ashok Selvan and Priya Bhavani Shankar duo is new and beautiful to look at. The pranks made by Satish and their associates who become friends of Ashok Selvan are admirable in some places.

Nasser and Muniskanth bear the overall image of the hostel. The chemistry between the two makes you laugh in many places. The scenes where Muniskanth calls Nasser every time and checks every room is laughable.

The scenes where Ashok Selvan fights to cover up Priya Bhavani Shankar every time are good. Nisha, who becomes a ghost in the second half, has perfected the job given to her and makes people laugh in some places. Muniskanth, who is stuck with the speaker, claps his hands.

The pranks made by Ravi Maria and her associates bring a bit of laughter here and there. In the climax, the scene where Nasser gets trapped by the ghost thinking to drive away the ghost was admirable. The film is a bit overdone with double meaning verses throughout.

It looks like the film crew dropped off at this end because it is youth-centric. The camera, the music, the editing all seem to fit the need. The film, which was a huge hit in Malayalam, could have been made even better if it had been a little more subtle.

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