The Akaali Movie Movierulez 2024 Review Details

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Movie TitleThe Akaali
StarringSwayam Siddha, Nasser, Vinoth Kishan, Arjai, Jayakumar, ‘Thalaivasal’ Vijay, Vinothini, Yamini, Dharani Reddy, Elavarasan
Directed byMohamed Asif Hameed
Produced byP Ukeshvaraan
Production CompanyPBS Productions
MusicAnish Mohan (Atrium Sound Studios)
SoundSarath (SoundPost Studios)
D.O.PGiri Murphy D.F.T
Art DirectorThota Tharrani
Costume DesignerPoornima Ramaswamy
StuntDinesh Kasi
EditorIniyavan Pandian
VFXIniyavan Pandiyan (FIIP Studios)
Dubbing EngineerRam Kathirvelu
Dubbing StudioNAM Studios
LabelSaregama India Limited, A RPSG Group Company
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The Akaali (2024): A Haunting Tale with Uneven Footing

Director Mohamed Asif Hameed’s “The Akaali” delves into the dark world of the occult, offering a chilling narrative with a police procedural twist. The film stars Jayakumar as Inspector Hansa Rahman, a determined cop investigating a series of disturbing disappearances.

Plot Overview

The story begins when Inspector Rahman uncovers a hidden ritual, pointing to a sinister cult. As he digs deeper, he uncovers a web of devil worship and gruesome sacrifices. The film immerses viewers in this unsettling world, with sets that exude a sense of decay and dread.


Jayakumar delivers a strong performance as the relentless inspector. Nassar, a veteran of Tamil cinema, captivates as a mysterious character, though the identity of the titular Akaali (“leader” in Tamil) remains elusive for much of the film, weakening the narrative at times.

Atmosphere and Execution

“The Akaali” aims to be a thrilling horror experience. The background score is ominous, but sometimes overpowers the scenes. The film draws inspiration from “Adam Joan” (2017) and “Tumbbad” (2018), showcasing a keen eye for detail in creating a believable atmosphere.


  • Creepy Atmosphere: The production design effectively creates a sense of unease.
  • Intriguing Premise: The occult themes are engaging and add depth to the story.
  • Strong Central Performance: Jayakumar’s portrayal of Inspector Rahman is compelling.


  • Slow Pacing: The narrative drags at times, affecting the overall engagement.
  • Lack of Clarity: The elusive identity of the Akaali weakens the story’s impact.
  • Over-reliance on Jump Scares: The film occasionally relies too much on cheap scares.


“The Akaali” is a mixed bag. It delivers a chilling atmosphere and a strong lead performance but struggles with a sluggish narrative and an underwhelming reveal. If you’re looking for a quick horror fix, this might not be it. However, for those who appreciate a slow burn and a deep dive into the occult, it’s worth a watch.


If you enjoy occult horror and don’t mind a slow-paced story, “The Akaali” may pique your interest. Otherwise, it might leave you wanting more.

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