An old amulet found at a pizza restaurant unintentionally rejuvenates a cursed mummy. The movie takes the horror genre to a restaurant, where an ancient Egyptian statue holds a dark secret. The tension rises as Nalan, the proprietor of the restaurant, becomes involved in weird happenings after a client leaves behind the enigmatic statue that resembles a doll.

An app developer named Kayal is obsessed with communicating with bad spirits, which her brother, a police officer, finds objectionable. The haunting starts when a divine-tasting sweet shows up in the restaurant’s refrigerator, which causes unsettling events. With the help of the camera, Nalan searches the area and finds evil spirits prowling around looking for retribution.


An enthralling movie that cleverly merges horror and mystery genres. The film presents an intriguing storyline that follows a group of archaeologists who unwittingly awaken an ancient mummy while on a dig. The movie’s gripping plot takes unexpected turns as the mummy’s curse begins to impact their lives. The eerie atmosphere and spine-chilling moments keep the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the narrative.

Mohan Govind, the director, did a respectable job. He has made an effort to inject some excitement into a story that follows a formula. Although initially prosperous, the film ultimately amounts to nothing more than another revenge story.

The leading actress, Pavithrah Marimuthu, had a decent performance despite having little on-screen time. Gaurav did well as a cop. Both Kaali Venkat and Abhi Nakshatra completed the duties they were given. The visual effects and makeup work for the mummy are praiseworthy, adding to the movie’s authenticity.

The cast delivers convincing performances, enhancing overall engagement. However, the pacing could have been slightly improved in certain. The movie retains some of the essence of its predecessors, it also brings fresh elements to keep viewers intrigued.

The movie is technically quite good. Arun Raj’s stirring background score is the ideal accompaniment to Prabhu Raghav’s chic cinematography. Despite the excellent production values, the editing, particularly in the second half, should have been better.

Rating: 3/5

On the whole, Pizza 3: The Mummy is primarily a routine vengeance thriller with a few exciting scenes. Three stars out of Five stars were given to the movie for the first half’s fascinating sequences.

However, the repetitive flashback sequences in the second half ruin the anticipation built up until that point. The background score is accurate, and Pavithrah Marimuthu, Ashwin Kakumanu, and others did well. But as was already noted, the movie doesn’t provide anything new.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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