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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 ...
Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ishrat Ali ...
Moorthy - Producer
Adesh Bhardwaj ...
Goon
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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If you could hear it, you could run... If you could see it, you could hide... If it had a body, you could kill ...


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Jai Shiv Bumm Shambhu
Performed by Runa Rizvi
Lyrics by Prashant Pandey
Composed by Imran
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RGV disappoints once again and it's doubtful he has directed this.
15 August 2009 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Ram Gopal Verma returns with a new spooky venture minus any publicity gimmick as used in his last movie "Phoonk". But the expectation level from an RGV film, still remains high as usual, with his fans waiting for something new, each time he returns to the screen. However, after his last few movies, RGV fans are now divided into two sections. One, who are the die-hard fans and would watch his movies irrespective of the content or subject. And second, who love RGV but still don't go for his new release at once and prefer waiting for the general response. "Agyaat" will be a disappointment to both these sections as the original Ram Gopal Verma is completely missing from the scene, this time.

The movie can be reviewed in just a few lines as it gives you nothing much to write about in details. First of all it is neither a scary horror movie nor a fast paced exciting thriller as shown in its publicity campaigns. It only revolves around an idea of merciless killings made by an unidentified power, roaming in the forests. The victims are the people of a film unit, shooting on location in the dense forest, led by a local villager, who knows the area in details. Now how they all meet with their deadly ends is the only theme for this new disappointing venture from Ram Gopal Verma.

"Agyaat" straight away starts off with a song, which was really surprising coming from the master film-maker. And then it tests your patience till the next 60 minutes since nothing happens on the screen as expected. It picks up in the second half but by then you already know what is going to happen till the end. Throughout the movie, you keep on feeling that there is something strange going on, not at par with the style and standards of the brand, Ram Gopal Verma. RGV only seems to be there in the experimental climax, where once again he surprises with a bizarre kind of ending, used so daringly. The climax makes you wonder, the level of confidence this man has, who doesn't even care about the success or failure of his projects.

The acting department has only one name you will remember after going through this so called horror thriller, and that is Priyanka Kothari. She shows great improvement with her controlled performance and sensual looks. But rest all, are just fine in their routine kind of roles having nothing great in store for any particular character.

The movie hugely depends upon the Sound Effects, Background score and Cinematography. But in my opinion it's high time we have to move ahead from only relying upon the Sound Design and Camera-work in a horror or thriller film. Along with these essential ingredients, the story and content also has to be looked upon as a major contributor in this genre. Sadly, the latest offering from "The Maestro" scores the minimum in this department and has only got the virgin locations showcasing the beautiful Sri Lankan forest as its best part.

In few words "Agyaat" is just another project from the RGV factory which even raises doubts on being directed by the Master himself. May be he looked after the project as the caretaker and only gave his inputs towards the climax. Anyway, Ram Gopal Verma once again disappoints in a big way and wastes our hard earned money and time. The low cost of the project may rope in some returns but RGV desperately needs to reinvent himself for the sake of all his fans.


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