Ghost

Ghost

3.4 1,404 Ratings

Directed by : Puja Jatinder Bedi

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  • Critics Rating 1.0/5
  • MJ Rating 1.4/5
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plot

City Hospital witnesses a chain of blood curdling spine chilling murders. A beautiful young recruit Dr. Suhani faces weird happenings at the hospital and is stunned by the monstrous force that sweeps out of the night to cause a trail of gruesome killings. A leading investigating agency entrusted with the case, assign it to th...more

Verdict

“Predictable story, substandard performances and dearth of thrills and chills turn Shiney Ahuja’s latest horror flick Ghost into an unintentional comedy. A must skip!”

Ghost Box Office

  • Gross: INR 6.91 cr.
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Ghost Audience Review

Scarred Not Scared

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by Ameet Bhuvan (2,108 DM Points) | See all my reviews

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Ghost is a horror film that definitely can't scare even a kindergarten kid, yet can scar one for life and put one off cinema for ever.

Sayali Bhagat is a doctor working in a city hospital where all of a sudden patients are dying with their hearts stolen. Shiney plays a detective with retrograde amnesia, who is investigating the deaths, and has a certain secret that he has conveniently forgotten that links him to the cause of these "mysterious" deaths. Julia Bliss plays the ghost with an assistant death reaper of sorts, who is out on a revenge spree killing everyone in the hospital.

Half way through the film, you wish a reaper would suck the life out of you before the film kills you with boredom. Especially the climax that suddenly tries to recreate passion of the Christ kinda feel and fails miserably to even elicit a few laughs out of you.

Sayali Bhagat as the heroine is as wooden as wood can be. Shiney sleep walks through the movie and one wishes he got killed by the ghost early on. Julia is terrible as the ghost.

For a horror film, Ghost has nothing to be scared of. In your face killings, a ghastly ghost with the worst prosthetic that remind you of a Ramsay movie, and absolutely no element of surprise, the film has nothing going for it. Coupled with some really shabby acting, Ghost is a real pain to sit through.

Stay far far away from Ghost. It is perhaps the worst thing to hit the theaters in a long long time.