In Ghost house Inn as always revolves around the 'famous four' Mahadevan, Govindankutty, Appukuttan and Thomaskutty. This time the story is about a huge bunglow that Thomaskutty had brought with the money that he got from the climax of 2 Harihar Nagar. He plans to make it a resort. But to his bad luck the bunglow was a haunted one. It had some dreadful stories linked with it from decades. A murder had happened in that bunglow some years before. Knowing this he calls up his friends and the three comes with their families to prove him that his thinking was wrong. But to their bad luck they find that even they were wrong.
The movie can be said as a powerful entertainer. They are god counter dialogues that make the people crack their ribs. Lal has been successful in portraying the four in a new ambience with some serious moments too. There are atmost comedy scenes as well as serious scenes too. The four actors and their wives Rohini, Lena, Reena Basheer and Rakhi, have all done their roles pretty well. Jagadeesh at times seems to mimic some of his own trademark dialogues and mannerisms. Nedumudi Venu looks excellent as always in his new appearance and Radhika has performed very well in her rather brief role.
Lal has managed to develop the film into an engaging as well as entertaining one, even with a rather ordinary storyline and script in the backdrop. Venu's camera has done a good job and Alex Paul's music and background score suits the mood. It is not that easy to portray a story which is already a sequel to two films and all the characters well known to the audience. The viewers may expect more from the film and the director needs to go to that very extent that he should be able to satisfy the audience with the movie. A new entry in the story has given the movie a twist which is good. Well, if you don't expect too much, as always it will be a two and a half hour enjoyable and entertaining movie. Just enjoy it!
Movie: In Ghost House Inn
Cast: Mukesh, Siddique, Jagadeesh, Asokan, Rohini, Lena, Reena Basheer, Rakhi etc
Music: Alex Paul