A young enthusiastic crew and an over-the-top film director, visit a farmhouse on the outskirts of Mumbai, to make an erotica-horror! The director casts Sunny Leone, the famous adult film entertainer as his lead to play Ragini. They decide to shoot in an actual haunted location… that leads to creepy & menacing happenings.
A young enthusiastic crew and an over-the-top film director, visit a farmhouse on the outskirts of Mumbai, to make an erotica-horror! The director casts Sunny Leone, the famous adult film entertainer as his lead to play Ragini. They decide to shoot in an actual haunted location… that leads to creepy & menacing happenings. less
“Ragini MMS 2 is an entertaining mix of horror and sexy but if you're looking for original spooks, you might get disappointed. Watch it for Sunny Leone, if you must.”
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I really liked Ragini MMS. That film was the closest Bollywood came to a good horror film, post Raat and to an extent Bhoot. But, I wasn’t expecting much from the second outpost because it is directed by Bhushan Patel, who made his debut with 1920 Evil Returns. Here are some random thoughts on the film.
It is a dummy’s guide to Sunny Leone’s career in which she gives a crash course in moaning.
Sunny’s name was mentioned so many times in the film, that it could have been titled, Sunny MMS 2. The after effect was such, that when I walked out, the song, “Aaj blue hai paani paani paani, aur din hai hai sunny sunny sunny” played in my head. Horror!
In this film the writer apparently has the power to call ‘cut’ in front of the director. He can also throw an attitude on the sets. Writers rejoice!
The director in the film played by Parvin Dabbas gives a new ‘ness’ to words like gorgeous, sweet etc.
Arnab Goswami gets a tribute in a game which is called ‘Never Ever’.
The only scary thing is Amar Mohile’s background score.
Even the shot of a coffee mug being placed on the table is graced with heavy duty sfx (sound effects).
Sandhya Mridul who is otherwise a good actor channelizes her inner Rakhi Sawant, unintentionally indulging in a spoof.
Divya Dutta is the only sane actor amongst all but, she plays a psychiatrist who talks to herself because the poor audience needs to be passed information.
It is a master class in exploitation. Example: in a shot of Sunny sleeping, the bed sheet barely serves its purpose only to clearly reveal her assets.
It features the most disappointing girl-on-girl kissing scene.
A good back-story is wasted by a Vikram Bhatt style of direction by Bhushan Patel.
The two good things in the film are the songs, Baby Doll and Chaar Bottle Vodka.
Word of mouth - Touted as a Horrex( Horror meet Sex) film, watching it requires a bottle of Corex.
Rating – ** (Not worth it)
Ticket Meter - Worth 100 bucks (only for guilty pleasures)