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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
I was looking forward to this one and more as I enjoyed the previous, which like this one, was a Mahesh Bhatt film. While this one is directed by Mohit Suri, the previous one was directed by Vikram Bhatt and starred Bipasha Basu, Dino Morea and Ashutosh Rana.
A successful model, who is married to a man who makes reality programmes, is stalked by an artist and soon things start happening.
Emran Hashmi's acting was perhaps at its best in this and Adhyayan Suman, son of TV presenter and actor, Shekhar Suman, is also good. Jackie Shroff, who makes an special appearance, is also good as his character pushes the story. But I felt that Kangna Ranaut could have improved on her character a bit more as I found her a bit unconvincing in some scenes but in some she was good - but she needed to be consistent as her male colleagues.
The first half was good but the second half could have improvised but nevertheless it is still a good film, one that is worth watching but not with children.
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