7, the name suggests an intrigue, which involves a young man, Karthick who gets into love marriages with six young ladies and either cheats them or tortures them. When the ladies reach the Police fo rescue, the officer finds out something fishy in the process. How did he solve the cases of cheating is the rest of the story.
Cast: Havish Koneru, Rahman, Regina Cassandra, Nandita Swetha, Tridha Chaudhury, Poojitha Ponnada, Adithi Arya
Music: Chaitan Bharadwaj
Director: Nizar Shafi
Ramya (Nandita Swetha) reaches out to the Police to find out the whereabouts of her husband, Karthick Raghunath (Havish,) who has gone missing. She shares the photographs of her with karthick, seeing which the ACP Vijay Prakash (Rahman) is dumbfounded. He finds out that a similar case of missing was registered by another woman, Jenny who complained about Karthick cheating him after marrying her and gone absconding.
ACP Vijay Prakash then finds out similar cases of cheating in Chennai too, with a young woman. A paper ad is given by the Police to trace the man in question. Soon, he is arrested and taken to custody. But, Karthick pleads innocence in the interrogation. How did ACP join the various threads and solve the case is the remaining story.
The first factor which shines in 7, is its screenplay and narration. There is not a moment of dullness in the plot, which carries on easily from one frame to the other. Rahman and Havish perform like seasoned performers with both the action and serious interrogation sequences in the movie. The surprising role is by Saraswathi(Regina Cassandra,) who plays a pivotal role in the movie, who forms the main link between the cheated girls and the cheater.
This edge of the seat thriller will never disappoint you. Give it a watch!