Mohan is a medical student who lives in the United States. One day, he receives a strange phone call from his grandfather asking him to come back to his native village in India. Once he ... See full summary »

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Mandhar (as Milind Gawali)
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Kashinath 'Kashi' Dattu Paghare (as Raj Kumar Kanojia)
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Mohan is a medical student who lives in the United States. One day, he receives a strange phone call from his grandfather asking him to come back to his native village in India. Once he arrives, he finds out that his brother and sister-in-aw have mysteriously disappeared. Moreover, his little cousin Tanaji survived, but is behaving very strangely: he never speaks a word, gets up in the middle of the night, sometimes suddenly turns cold, and mistreats his toys. Mohan tries to solve the mystery, but fails to find a rational explanation for all the creepy things that happen. Everything points in the direction of the caretaker's wife, Parvati, who performs rituals of black magic. Written by Jan van Steenbergen

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the best thriller/horror from India
21 December 2007 | by (India) – See all my reviews

"Ho Sakta Hai" is definitely the best thriller/horror suspense movie to come out of India. Wish the film was promoted and marketed in a commercial format. Sadly such a brilliant movie with such fantastic screenplay and imaginative visual transitions never got its due. Probably it was too ahead of it's time. But i sincerely feel once the film in on satellite, this review of mine won't go waste. When a friend of mine recommended the DVD, i saw a pirated version. The story is very good with a mind blowing ending. I wish more films like this are made in India.A must watch film for any film buff who love the horror/ thriller genre.


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