The story-telling is as ludicrous as the story told. The mystery leaves opinions divided. This video is of 4 minutes 26 seconds duration. It is one of those movies that reminds people that there is so much yet to be done for the welfare of the world and that there are resources available for it but they are blatantly wasted on what can only be classified as nonsense. Bajaj Star Cast: Sheetal Pathak, Saheem Khan, Quaiser Jamal, Raza Murad, Sandesh Jadhav, Priyanka Gairola, Kumar Sunil. There is excruciatingly little good that can be said of Deepak K. The direction too is amateurish and worthy of mention only because of its epic failure.
. The songs of the movie leave a rather unpleasant effect on the psyche while the background score borders on being dangerous for the ear-drums. Speculations range from a possible man-slaughtering bear to a tormented spirit. It is a supernatural movie about a string of mysterious murders based in a nondescript Indian village. What Indian horror films most need is innovation- the stereotypical ghost scares us no more.
As the promotions suggested, this love story is not one blessed but cursed much like the audience! The employment of sleazy dance numbers and vulgar love making scenes may grab eyeballs of the perverse but gather no praise. The tumultuous events suck in a couple of youngsters embroiled in a sleaze-fest of a love story and replace their pleasure-filled world with one of horror and fear. The main role actors, Sheetal Pathak and Saheem Khan, will find no fans stalking them after their appearance on the big screen though some may come seeking revenge for the torture! Singer: Rini Dhar, Hariharan Music: Deepak K. As in the present case, dead ladies roaming about in white sarees are too common to shock or scare. The movie deserves the empty seats it mustered. The acting too deserves no applause. The only ones left blaming themselves are the viewers! So are mad tantriks and quiet villages.
The dialogues are penned with least employment of imagination and delivered without any skill or effort. It does so not through any sublime moral message but by its very existence. The scares are too tacky to have any effect at all. Yeh Kaisi Uljhan Hai A romantic song sung by Rini Dhar, Hariharan and music composed by Deepak K. Each group accuses the other of being either superstitious or stupid. .
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