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This story revolves around a famous poet who meets a woman who is in trouble. In order to treat her, he takes her to Shimla in a big hospital, but soon that woman gets possessed by devil ... See full summary »
Unhappy with her marriage with workaholic man, a woman finds solace in her lover and starts a steamy affair. But this fills her with guilt and leaves him, but he is determined to get her - at any cost.
A devotee of Bhagwan Shri Hanuman, Arjun Singh Rathod is in love with Lisa, a Christian, who was sired by an Indian mother and Caucasian father, runs into problems with his father, who wants him to marry a Hindu. He decides to break all ties with his family, both turn atheist, get married, and re-locate to live in 1920s Bombay. The duo then re-locate to renovate a mansion in Palanpur. Shortly after their arrival Lisa suspects that there is something odd about a particular room in the mansion but Arjun dismisses this. He will soon regret this, as well of forsaking their respective religions, after he finds Lisa possessed by what appears to be a demonic and seemingly invincible male entity.Written by
The movie is set in 1920 in India. However there is a scene in which one can see an electric train going across Victoria terminus, despite the fact that the electric train didn't come to India till 1925. See more »
Arjun Singh Rathod:
[arjun in home & writing a letter to Lisa]
dear Lisa, to come here was my biggest mistake.nothing has changed here.I had come here searching for a father's face but met with a turban.A big turban carrying the load of his lineage & culture for years.Language of love can be made understand to human not turban.If we have to get out of shackles,we have to break it not talking with it.I will come this evening to pick you up.we cannot get the blessings of my parents but as soon as we reach mumbai we ...
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I never knew Indian Horror could actually make sense
I love this movie for its simplicity and realism; something which Indian cinema blatantly exaggerates. A friend had mentioned this movie was good when it had hit the theaters in 2008, and now in 2012 I'm sad that I missed it. Thank God I was able to get my hands on a DVD. While the movie is not so great on the chills and effects, whatever it does do - it does do brilliantly well. Even the songs in the movie were well handled. I rarely every review movies, but this time I was compelled to. The same way I was compelled to write my first review after watching 'The Stoneman Murders'. I can't think of any movies that this one has been ripped off from; something which has plagued Bollywood since its inception. I will treasure this movie, which has once again resurrected my hope that not everything that comes out of India is copied and over-the-top.
Just found out that there is a sequel too... well hey, everyone wants to make an easy buck and I know best to stay away from that one.
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