A sequel to 2003 hit Bhoot, the film explores the dramatic and horrifying changes in the life of a family when they come to stay in a new house. Strange things happen and the little girl in the family feels the presence of someone called Shabbo.
A sequel to 2003 hit Bhoot, the film explores the dramatic and horrifying changes in the life of a family when they come to stay in a new house. Strange things happen and the little girl in the family feels the presence of someone called Shabbo. less
“Due to bad filmmaking and various clichés, it is a tedious horror film with few scares. Skip it!”
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There was a legend in the making called Ram Gopal Varma. He made masterpieces like Rangeela, Satya & Company. Then the times changed.Over the last few years, he decided to use HD cameras & go freestyle on them, resulting in very jarring visual experiences.
This is one of those experiences.
RGV's follow up to the highly entertaining spook-fest Bhoot hits screens this week. The story remains textbook horror film of bhoot taking over baby in a haunted house. Agreed he showcases every bit of 3-D there is to showcase but sadly, it gets to you by the 5th minute.
Few pointers to note:
1. Its not scary (only 2 good thrills )
2. The 3D, while superb in isolation, is irritating in the film
3. Everyone except Manisha Koirala are acting disasters
4. WARNING: THE BACKGROUND SCORE IS POSSIBLY THE WORST FOR A HINDI FILM THIS YEAR. IT BLARES AT DEAFINING LEVELS FOR MOST OF IT
Sadly for a man who has given us so much of great cinema, its unfortunate to see him being relegated to making trashy films like this. The best part of this film are the posters. Avoid