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Ragini MMS review by Hindustan Times
Ragini MMS critic rating (Hindustan Times): 2
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Ragini MMS critic rating (The Telegraph): 2.5
Ragini MMS review by Times of India
Ragini MMS critic rating (Times of India): 3.5

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Ragini MMS  (2011 - Hindi)

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Ragini MMS cumulative rating: 2.9 out of 52.9/5 (29 users)

Ragini MMS critics rating: 2.7 out of 5 2.7/5 (10 critics)

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  • Ragini SMS

    Ragini MMS rating: 5 out of 10(Amitava Sengupta wrote on 19 May 2011)

    This is a horror movie. So whoever had any positive thought about watching it because of the word mms in the movie title, immediately drop your plan and have some "child bear" with the amount you just saved.

    The story: Ragini and Uday, set out to have a dirty weekend at a friend's farmhouse on the outskirts of Mumbai. The weekend getaway is in a house that has been rigged with cameras in Bigg Boss style to capture love-making are witness to something that is beyond the realm of human understanding. Within the confines of this house, Ragini and Uday found an unexplainable paranormal force.

    Well, the movie is not that bad at all, if you watch it as a horror movie. The basic ingredients are there. Moving of objects without considering the 3 basic Newton laws, one old building with frequent power fluctuation without any fault from the state electricity board, the evil get into human body, and the chudail herself with a false claim that she is good mannered, soft heart and finally not a chudail. Also the scary sounds will keep you guessing, 2b or not 2b get scared. This one was my first full-fledged horror movie in big screen (discounting the semi-horror types bhul-bhulaiya) and I realised the difference of watching it alone (my wife will be nowhere near) on small screen at home and with many unknown male-female on big screen. The female team will constantly scream in all those 2b situations and the male team, who need to display themselves as bolder than the female team, will suddenly become chatterbox. They will ignore the 2b scenes by talking bullshit or predicting the 2b or showing some different kind of frustration (mms bani sms types).
    Coming back to the movie, it started with a lot of promise. One may get confused with a sequel of LSD. But slowly the confusion will go away once we reach the old building, inside which we are going to watch the rest of the movie. The first half was quite scary and once it is building up, the chudail announces the intermission. And after the break, the movie looses the charm and crisp with some totally out of sync scenes and few predictable ones. The whole movie looked like a collage of world horror movies. Paranormal Activity, Blair-Witch Project, Exorcist, Raaz 1 & 2 (to add some Indian angle) ... none were spared. Overall the photography and sound (has to be) is good. Acting from the newcomers on such a weak screenplay was superb and the only reason to watch this movie. Not a movie to be watched on Saturday evening may be a Sunday morning show is recommended.
    Rating: 2.5 of 5

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