Gruham, a Telugu movie, is not currently screening in any theatres in Hyderabad.
Gruham starts with director Milind Rau offering his thanks to The Devil. This is a sign of things to come, and an indicator that Indian cinema's streak of producing sub-par and sloppily-made horror films is about to be snapped. The film features a cast and crew with vision, creativity, craft and a sense of humour, and they bring it all to screen beautifully.
The movie starts with a wonderfully-shot, two-minute black and white prologue, followed by a few frames of discomforting, mood-building and tone-establishing static. One Insidious/Conjuring-inspired title card later, you are....