The Graph Continues ….
Horror films in India are like a perfect Graph which goes up and down. The Graph started with A-Grade Horror films and went up, but later thanks to cheap directors and low grade actors the graph slide down and went in negativity with Z grade makers. It was restored back by RGV and Bhatts and slowly it managed to get back to where it had started. But again watching last few releases the graph has shown a bend towards the gravity. Let’s find out if this film helps the Graph retain its position back or not.
Story has high inspiration of few Hollywood Horror movies and mixed with proper dash of Indian typical Horror films. Screenplay is good, but keeps on jumping a lot from gripping scenes to dragging scenes. There are couple of spooky scenes which might please to some, but most of the people will be left with loads of query related with story of the film. Camera work is average and Back ground music is jarring.
Director Rajesh Ranshinge tries to create some Horror moments by adding the spooky music and dark lightings. But somewhere he misses the bus as the story and chills don’t charm you as the surroundings does. Though he does get his some story back in action as the movie moves ahead of the Interval and leads to a typical climax, which if would had been as interesting as the second half, the movie would had been a great experience.
Tanushree Dutta looks nice and has done her part perfectly. Sachin Khedekar is again wasted in such half baked role. Udita and Shaad does as demanded. Ashwini repeat’s her Phook touch. Rest all are average.
So bol meri “Filmi Khopdi” is film mein kitna hai dum ?
Thoda bahut second half mein dum hain aur chills bhi hain, but uske alawa kutch khaas nahin. The producer of the film is Sumeet Saigal who has a record of working in B grade films and maybe that touch is seen in the climax too. The movie is good in some parts, but overall a huge disappointment and adds to the Gravitational pull which is pulling the Horror Graph towards the mother earth.