3 items from 2012
Directed by Ram Gopal Verma and written by Ravi Shankar, Bhoot Returns is sequel to the 2003 thriller Bhoot. Bhoot had also been an Rgv directorial and starred Urmila Matondkar in an outstanding performance. Bhoot Returns, however does not live up to the original and is unfortunately and evidently, a failed attempt. Horror films are meant to be spooky and not whatever Bhoot Returns transpired into being.
Tarun (J.D Chakravarthy) and Namrata Awasthi (Manisha Koirala) move into a new house with their two children, Taman and Nimmi (Alayana Sharma). Nimi often talks about a friend called Shabbo and says that she plays with Shabbo all the time. Tarun’s sister Pooja (Madhu Shalini) comes home for the holidays who find’s Nimmi’s obsession with this imaginary Shabbo rather weird and more than just child’s play. Pretty soon random unexplained occurances in the house start being noticed such as »
- Samreen Tungekar
On The Road (15)
It was the book that defined a generation, but On The Road has taken several more generations to get to the screen, which dissipates the energy somewhat. Added to which, Jack Kerouac's hip prose was never exactly movie-friendly. This is appropriately scenic, sweaty, druggy and ambisexual, but for all the forced bohemian zeal, the road feels rather long and flat. And what once passed for creative hedonism now looks more like male self-indulgence, which is never much fun to watch.
Ruby Sparks (15)
A dream girl leaps off a blocked writer's pages and into his life in this playful romcom, which takes its Pygmalion-meets-Charlie Kaufman premise into deeper realms than you'd expect. The facts that Kazan wrote the script, »
- Steve Rose
Ram Gopal Varma has given the Bollywood industry some big films over the years. He has directed, written and produced films across multiple genres – psychological thrillers, underworld warfare, fiction, politics-nexus and experimental films in various languages. His horror films have also been quite a revelation as he has introduced some path-breaking horror films in Indian Cinema.
Right from the year 1992, when Raat was released, which is still considered one of the best horror films made in Bollywood; Rgv has never let his audiences down with this genre.
In 2003 again, Ajay Devgn and Urmila Matondkar’s Bhoot was a hit. Both of them won awards for their outstanding performances. There is no denial in the fact that Ram Gopal Varma has given a list of horror films and recreated the genre with his creativity and visualization.
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3 items from 2012
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