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Agyaat: The Unknown (2009)

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When the Camera breaks down deep in the jungle, resulting in a four-day delay, the 9-member cast and crew of a Bollywood movie, including leading lady, Aasha, and her egoistic co-star, ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Vijay Vinayak Joshi ...
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Ishrat Ali ...
Moorthy - Producer
Adesh Bhardwaj ...
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Rasika Dugal ...
Sameera - Assistant Director
Joy Fernandes ...
Setu
Ravi Kale ...
Rakka - Action Director
Ishtiyak Khan ...
Laxman - Sharman's Assistant
Priyanka Kothari ...
Aasha (as Nisha Kothari)
Kali Prasad Mukherjee ...
Shekhar 'Shakky' - Cameraman
Nitin ...
Sujal - Assistant Director (as Nitin Reddy)
Gautam Rode ...
Sharman Kapoor
Howard Rosemeyer ...
JJ - Director
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When the Camera breaks down deep in the jungle, resulting in a four-day delay, the 9-member cast and crew of a Bollywood movie, including leading lady, Aasha, and her egoistic co-star, Sharman Kapoor; decide to relax and take an outing with their guide, Setu. They end up at a picturesque spot and decide to spend the night there - not realizing they will soon be stalked and brutally killed by a seemingly invincible, unseen and unknown beast and/or an extra-terrestrial entity. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Performed by Runa Rizvi
Lyrics by Prashant Pandey
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Anybody excited for Agyaat 2?
1 September 2009 | by (Middle Earth) – See all my reviews

Being an avid RGV fan I make it a point to cover every body of work he is involved with and needless to say I had a mission to accomplish when Agyaat was released.

Does it work? Well, read on.... I promise I will keep it short-n-simple (hopefully!). The performances of every actor is amazing, background score deserves applause, cinematography is breath-taking, the jungles are captured at its natural best. Sadly behind all this foam - there is no beer! For every scene seems disjoint resulting in inability to connect connect with the storyline and therefore the fear. For instance when the actors were scared I was feeling "much-ado-about-nothing". Same with background score. As for the movements of Agyaat it is copied from Screamers and the blink-and-miss from Predator.

۩ Gautam Rode (Sharman): Was loud and OTT. And which actor are you digging at RGV?

۩ Priyanka Kothari (Aasha): Cauliflow is a cauliflower by any other name (pardon the expression Shakespeare!). She is not another Urmila - lightening doesn't strike twice at the same place.

۩ Ishteyak Khan (Laxman): Releasing pent-up energy was kind of coming.

۩ Ravi Kale (Rakka): Agyaat was a window to show-case his muskles to which the audience were Agyaat about.

۩ Howard Rosemeyer (JJ): Parents and teachers should be blamed for his awful habit of chewing pencils.

Exploring jungles is not a new terrain to RGV. He has done a brilliant job in Kshana-Kshanam, Antham, Jungle and Nishabd. This time around I got bored with the forest, monkeys and the weird camera angles. Wonder what this itch of the spider who refuses to give up with the horror genre.

Agyaat 2 - can the thought "Rest In Peace", please?

PS: We can expect RGV to pull up his socks for his next outing, hopefully!


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