The trailer opens with a girl humming the music syllables, with a background voice stating, ‘last entry in my diary… I will be committing a mass murder today’. With Kajal shown from a top view, and frustrated Regina finding a way out of herself, the trailer throws light on the little girl’s character.
She shows-off her mystical abilities in front of the magician (Murali Sharma), who is soon caught up with a croc in the washroom. With glamour oozing out of Nithya Menen’s look, she will be a spectacle on the large screen.
Nani makes his presence as fish, ‘every fish does cry, boss. It’s just that you can’t see them, given our existence in waters’. Meanwhile, Srinivas Avasarala confusing look adds the exact sufficient amount of thriller, while Kajal’s act of stripping away the petals, indicts fear and suspense in the audience.
On a whole Awe, theatrical trailer leaves many questions unanswered, only driving the audience towards the theatres to find them!