Evil Eye isn’t much to talk about. Yay for representation and it handles the cultural aspect with respect but that’s about it.
The film chooses to tell the story from Pavalli’s point of view but gives Usha more backstory leaving the former underdeveloped. There’s a good performance from Sonita Choudhury as Usha but I unfortunately didn’t care about any of the characters. It takes too long to get to get to the (final) moments we want to see.
It’s Blumhouse Television so this honestly isn’t surprising.