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These scenes need solid emotional anchoring, and we get no sense of Tulasi's inner life. And without that, Diya is just a series of jump scares... that aren't much of jump scares.
Diya isn't the usual melodramatic horror-thriller which is seen as a safe bet in Tamil cinema. Don't go in expecting the usual elements.
The sole takeaway from this movie is Sai Pallavi's acting.
At about 100 minutes, the film feels sprightly enough. And Sai Pallavi comes up with a competent performance, both as the mother who pines for her lost child, and the wife who is frantically trying to save her husband.
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