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Attractive ramp model, Nandita Chopra, has a boyfriend in Yash Dayal, who runs a TV serial 'Andhvishwas' - documenting proof that there are no ghosts, ghouls or even God. Things spiral out of control when she finds wounds all over her body; is stalked by a mysterious male; and ends up hospitalized on grounds that she may have attempted to kill herself after finding out she was pregnant. After recuperating, she befriends her stalker, who identifies himself as Prithvi Singh, and sets out on a journey with him to Kalindi, Himachal Pradesh, to try and unravel the mystery behind the dialogue "Tum Sadh Chukey Ho, Asudh Ho Tum". Written by
The cinematography was the best part of this film...The lighting and photography was brilliant! Also, some of the angles had a very frightening and mysterious feel to it. The direction and story was also unique.Yes, this was overall a well made film but it could have been so much more! A few unnecessary scenes slowed the pace down a bit. The director attempted some cliché gags to frighten the audience. Sometimes it gave me the "been there done that" feel. The acting in the film was OK. Emraan in my opinion, was the best. Adhyayan Suman and Kangana Ranaut were OK. One thing I don't understand is, what was the need of the random English dialogues? That made things a bit less believable. The film was also a bit melodramatic...But it was a good movie overall.
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