Dhund: The Fog (2003)

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A mysterious killer rises from the grave and terrorizes two couples in seeking revenge for his murder.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Amar Upadhyaya ...
Sameer (as Amar Upadhyay)
Aditi Govitrikar ...
Simran Malhotra
Apoorva Agnihotri ...
Divya Palat ...
Ajit Khurana (as Irrfan)
Shweta Menon ...
Tanya Khurana
Tom Alter ...
Uncle Tom
Prem Chopra ...
Rajendra Malhotra
Inspector Ashutosh Khanna
Vivek Vaswani ...
Dinesh Kaushik ...
Bholu Kaka
Pappu Polyester
Achyut Potdar
Shishir Sharma


After the passing away of her parents, Simran Malhotra lives a wealthy lifestyle with her uncle, Rajendra. She has always won beauty pageants during her college days, and when an opportunity arises, she enters her name in a local beauty contest. This news is not welcomed by fellow-collegian, Tanya Khurana, who has always been the runner-up. She confides to her brother, Ajit, who assures her that Simran will be made to change her mind. Ajit makes some intimidating phone calls and even threatens her in person when she is alone, but to no avail, Simran does take part in the contest, and wins again. This breaks Tanya's heart, and an enraged Ajit, who swears that he will only rest after he kills or seriously disfigures Simran. Simran, her friend, Kajal, along with Sameer and Kunal decide to go to Khandala to celebrate Simran's win, and when the boys go to get something to eat, Ajit attacks Simran and Kajal, a scuffle ensues and Ajit gets killed. The boys return and together they decide not... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Aditi's voice is dubbed in the film by a dubbing artiste. See more »


Whenever the body is seen underwater, an Olympic-sized swimming pool is seen with completely clear water and lane markings instead of the murky water in the tiny pool that is seen in front of the mansion. See more »


References Diabolique (1996) See more »


Mein Albeli
Music by Viju Shah
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Dhund certainly fogs your senses.
18 June 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Ramsay – the kings of comedy (or was it horror, whatever) wake after years of hibernation. And yes, I did get scared. No not because of the horror element (of course I am not that squeamish) but because rats were constantly dancing on my feet in the khatmal-chaap theatre (where else do such movies run).

So check the plot. A man is repeatedly stabbed, choked to death, stuffed in plastic and dumped in a pool. But he still returns to take revenge. Now was the film a thriller or a horror? That itself is the suspense for you to discover. And the end turns out to be another mask mystery. Remember those trademark Ramsay undercover agents – men wearing some stupid horror masks. Only here the mask is of a human. I suppose, no more detailing is required to skip this flick.

Amarr Upadhyay tends to get over-dramatic and theatrical, forgetting the difference between cinema and TV soaps. A cheaply and skimpily dressed Aditi Gowitrikar in her typical pink lipstick looks like ….. (Uh! you know what).

The background score is a straight lift from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Not a single department of the film, whether technical or creative, is worth commenting. Novelty lacks both in story and execution.

Dhund certainly fogs your senses.

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