Karthik Raj appears throughout the film and hence he also gets a lot of screen space. Though he has given a good performance, there are instances where his character confuses the audience. Those few scenes are pretty hard to fathom too.
As the character only Karthik can see, actress Niranjana doesn't get much scope in the film and hence much can't be expected from such a role. Manobala is the only known face in this flick and he too appears in very few scenes which is disappointing.
Director Saisathyam has dealt with a simple story in this flick to which he has added thrilling scenes and other elements. While the posters incline towards saying a different story, the film as such is much different from what was expected. Screenplay could've been much better.
As the film is captured predominantly at night, some scenes aren't clear under Philip R Sundar's cinematography. But, some scenes show his skills. Geoff Patterson and Sashank Ravichandran's music doesn't add much to the film. The background score too hasn't helped much.
Overall, 465 is a film that doesn't deliver the least of what we can expect from this genre.