In the recent past, Tamilrockers has started leaking films online soon after their release. Indianexpress.com’s S Subhakeerthana gave the film 0.5 star and the review read, “Lisaa has all components of a ‘horror’ film—creaky doors, blood-curdling screams, jump-scares, gory creatures—sans thought, script and a screenplay.”
She further wrote, “3D, as a technology, works for all genres—action, animation—so this must have prompted the makers to direct a ‘horror’ film in that format. In the case of Hollywood hit Avengers Endgame, Tamilrockers leaked the film a day prior to its release. Advertising
Lisaa has received largely negative reviews. Again, 3D can get the audience in, but what will make them stay? And this isn’t restricted to just Indian films, the piracy website also leaks Hollywood films, international TV shows alongside making torrent links available for Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and many other films. 3D is simply a tool, but not a substitute for the script. The idea, I guess, is all right—they wanted to do something ‘different’, but the end result was nothing short of tragic. 0
Comment(s) A good script and a story that Lisaa lacks.”
Bad reviews coupled with the film getting leaked online could hamper the film’s box office collections.