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Karma - Crime Passion Reincarnation critic rating (Hindustan Times): 1.5
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Karma - Crime Passion Reincarnation critic rating (Times of India): 3
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Karma - Crime Passion Reincarnation critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 2

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Karma - Crime Passion Reincarnation  (2009 - Hindi)

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  • Karma - Crime Passion Reincarnation rating: 5 out of 10(Aakash Barvalia wrote on 18 Jun 2009)

    This film is almost more or same like Mahesh Bhatt’s Raaz, Subhash Ghai’s Karz. Only a little or a part of difference is there. Some evil spirit troubling the victim so that murderer should be punished. The story is all about re-birth and re-carnation. Here the victim girl was herself murdered in her past life and her spirit is only troubling her so that she gets to know that she was murdered and her murderer should be punished.

    Ranvir Singh (Vijayendra Ghatge) lives in Ooty alone and owns a big property like tea estate, etc and is a business tycoon. He was separated by his wife and his child Vikram Singh (Carkycci Weyant) was staying with her mom in her childhood at New York, when he grew up she died due to her illness. After few years when the Vikram got married with whom she loved, to Anna (Alma Saraci). They came to Ooty for blessings by their father. Ranvir happily welcomed them. Vikram was no more interested in the business of his dad but his dad was keenly interested that his son would join their business. Now Vikram’s wife was very much fond of family, Indian traditions and all. She requested her husband to stay for some days with dad. He agreed but during these days Anna was hearing some strange noises and while he roaming Ooty with her husband she actually knew all the places and roads just like she actually visited this place. But the fact was that she came here for the first time. Slowly as the story moved on she realized that in her past life she was staying here and she was actually killed by some mask man.

    Now I knew from the middle of film that the mask man would be none other than Ranvir Singh. But the treatment and the way the Director M. R. Shahjahan showed us is appreciable. I also liked the editing work here. Good intercuts, good color correction, attractive graphics, etc and on the whole Director and Editor made the film interesting though there was nothing new in the story and no such great suspense was there but still they managed to hold the audiences throughout the film. And also they knew such things so they purposely made the film for only 1 hour and 30 minutes. Quite appreciable and good job done by the Director.

    Not from the story side, but just because of these small points I would rate this film 2.5/5

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