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Thriller
4.67(3) 146 mins 29 May 2009 A

Vamsi (Sivaji) buys a used and fully-furnished beach house in Vizag from a real estate dealer. He saves a dancing girl Maya (Shraddha Das) from a goon in a local gathering. She stays along with Vamsi in his house during that night because it was raining heavily. As they explore the house in the night, they find a diary written in 2002. They find out that it was written by the man who owned that house in the past. His wife gets killed and she is rumored to be staying there as a ghost. And the events mentioned in the diary start happened to this pair. The rest of the story is about unlocking the mystery behind the house.

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Vamsi (Sivaji) buys a used and fully-furnished beach house in Vizag from a real estate dealer. He saves a dancing girl Maya (Shraddha Das) from a goon in a local gathering. She stays along with Vamsi in his house during that night because it was raining heavily. As they explore the house in the night, they find a diary written in 2002. They find out that it was written by the man who owned that house in the past. His wife gets killed and she is rumored to be staying there as a ghost. And the events mentioned in the diary start happened to this pair. The rest of the story is about unlocking the mystery behind the house.

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forbidden writings 5 idlebrain.com | 07 Sep 2018

Diary is touted as a sequel to Mantra movie. But there is no resemblance between Mantra and Diary except that both of them are thrillers. Diary takes off in an interesting way and there is good revelation in the interval. But the narration goes off-center in the second half and ...

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Charmme who is adept in portraying innocence on screen unveils her dark side this time. Manjula shows signs of her acting potential when she tries to win back her annoyed husband. Sasank, Bharath and Rajesh have nothing much to do. Compositions of Manu Ramesan are not catchy but cinematography is ...

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Kavya's Dairy 4 123 telugu | 16 Jul 2019

Is there such a paucity of good scripts in Tollywood that we have to resort to remaking video-circuit Hollywood hits from the early 1990s? And this coming from a person who is associated with one of the biggest production houses in South India!

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