Then, Ramakrishnan's father and his uncle Yashmith die in a road accident and Sandra Amy, who is deeply perplexed and depressed over the tragedy takes her daughter as well as her brother back to their home. However, upon returning back to their home, Sandra experiences the presence of a supernatural entity roaming around and witnesses a spirit similar to Leema tormenting her. The rest of the plot revolves around why Sandra and her family members were horrified when they first Leema and how Sandra gets to the bottom of the mystery surrounding Leema.
Ramakrishnan has played his part as usual without much noise and has performed as necessary to the script of a horror film. His romantic sequences with Leema too are highly enjoyable. Leema's scene are no doubt are the USP of the film and have been written quite well. In addition, she looks beautiful each time she appears on screen. Post her appearance in Sivappu Enakku Pudikkum, Sandra Amy has bagged another meaty role and has made use of the opportunity well. Yashmith's role too is important to proceedings of the story and he has done a decent job.
Director R. Muthukumar needs to appreciated for his attempt at making a film that tells two stories in a single narrative. Although the plot of the film is intriguing, the screenplay is a major letdown. Perhaps if more attention was paid in the screenwriting, things could have turned better. P. Sathish's songs are average, but he scores top marks in the background score department. Saalai Sahaadevan's cinematography skills come to the fore and he has shot the sequences around Kotagiri in an impressive manner.
In short, we should have been scared Yendha Nerathilum.