I know what you're thinking - they killed her in the previous film, didn't they? Well technically they did, but this time she's back as a spirit seeking revenge, and she's got herself a frizzy hair-do too. Cool!!! A Makeover!!!
Unfortunately there's very little in terms of plot progression, and barely any novelty or imagination in the manner that characters get killed in this film. The body count piles up, but it's all done so predictably it deprives you of guilty pleasure even.
By the way Ramu, I love the way you set up the end with ample scope for a sequel. But before you embark on the next perhaps you could give acting lessons to your principal cast. The only one who was actually good was the mother but she… oops, almost gave away the end there.(Whos the writer?? Thanks a lot yaar!)
Another one, Rajeev who doesn’t do much more than look shocked as Madhu slaughters his family and friends, tells his bleeding, hysterical daughter: Sab Kuch theek ho jayega!
Wow!! So Scary and So bravy! Scary for the cast and the crew!! And Bravy for us!
Rating: 1 / 5