A family ( Chakravarthy, Manisha Koirala and their daughter) enters a new house. House is haunted by a ghost called Shabbo who finds a liking to a small girl and then the night games begin.
As with most of the clich\xe9d horror movies, strange things start happening and like 'paranormal activity' it keeps happening every night but thankfully this is not a found footage film.
Instead what you see is Rgv's tribute to the props in movies. He is the only film maker who gives so much importance to props in his movies. They are almost like characters.
I can imagine the prop guys watching this movie together and going "yeh mera prop hai".
These days I watch an Rgv film for sadistic pleasure. I find something or the other in every film that entertains me.
In this film I found two humorous scenes and his innovative ways of using 3d. Imagine you are looking at Chakravarthy's face in the morning from the point of view of a wash basin sink. Only Rgv can think of doing that.
Raat still remains the last best horror made in Hindi cinema. Neither Bhoot nor any other Rgv film has topped it yet. I remember him telling me once that he made Bhoot to better Raat. I think he has been regressing in the horror genre since he made Raat.
Word of mouth - for those you derive cheap thrills from aahat and fear files, Bhoot returns is mildly scary.
Rating - 2 ( Below Average)
Ticket meter - worth 100 bucks.view less