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Not as Good As First One, But Comes Close to Expectations
I could not help but to compare it with the First one, and this one does not live up to it. Although the acting of Emraan and especially Kangana's was very commendable, but this sequel did not had the elements which needed to jump u off u chair, and honestly the first part did. This sequel's storyline went weak, there could've been aloooot of suspenseful ideas made but it fails to do so. I was expecting to see some Exorcisms etc... but towards the end it just gets stupid. The first Raaz catches u right away from beginning with the introduction of Ashutosh Rana and until the end he scares u immensely. The screams on first Raaz really scared the hell out of audiences on every instance but this part u had to wait to get scared. I would say this movie was just a little better then Phoonk, but cannot be compared with First Raaz.
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