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Horror, Thriller
4.67(3) 137 mins 31 Mar 2017 A

Pavalakkodi, a mild-mannered woman, purchases a vintage car with her father. However, they soon discover that it is haunted by a spirit who craves revenge for an unknown incident.

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DORA MOVIE REVIEW 5 times of india | 08 Jul 2019

Nayanthara tries to shoulder the film and succeeds to an extent. The music by duo Vivek-Mervin is another positive of the film, apart from the actress’ one man show. But, overall, Dora is let down by a predictable screenplay and weak scenes that have enough loopholes.

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On the whole, Dora banks heavily on Nayanthara’s star status. Her rocking performance and interesting second half are basic assets. But to absorb all these things, you need to patiently sit through the boring and dull first half which kills the zeal of the viewers by then. If you are okay with the above-said things, then go ahead and give this thriller a shot only if you have nothing else to do this weekend.

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