A writer, whose writing is considered outdated due to the changing writing trends, leaves for Megamalai in search of solitude and wanting to write a new book. Upon arriving at Megamalai, a string of unfortunate events take place around him & his wife. Little does he know that it’s not only his life that he’s endangering.
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