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All the reject actors/actresses of Bollywood are in this flick.
Vikram Bhatt is a name synonymous with the horror genre. Indeed the guy has made some decent horror films over the years 1920(2008), Shaapit: The Cursed(2010), Haunted 3D(2011). These above horror films are at least worth a watch. But in this film, you wonder if Vikram Bhatt is really directing the film. It's a completely amateurish attempt at direction, unbecoming to a man who has spent a lot of years in the Bollywood film industry.
The script is dull, the acting is wooden, the sound and special-effects leave a lot to be desired. On top of that, the director fails to create an atmosphere of horror, which is a key element for films of this genre.
I recently saw Pizza(2014), another horror film directed by a different director, which was very entertaining and well worth the time spent watching it. Pizza(2014) feels the sort of film that Vikram Bhatt should be making nowadays. I also forgot to mention Darr @ The Mall(2014) which was also visually stunning film showing that the Bollywood Film Industry is catching up to the Hollywood special-effects standard.
In plain words, this film is just a Godzilla-monster type rip-off. I have seen far better U.S. B-grade horror films which are much better than this horror film. Some examples are: It's Alive (1974), The Blob (1988), Basket Case (1982), X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes 1963(Must see film starring Ray Milland), The Stuff 1985(Another good film). There are many more such as the Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing Dracula and Frankenstein films and many more British horror films spanning the last six decades.
Plot of film(sometimes I wonder why I even bother...): Ahana (Bipasha Basu) opens a hotel in Glendale, Himachal Pradesh. During the day of the opening party, she meets Kunal Anand (Imran Abbas Naqvi), a novelist, and they become attracted to each other. When a couple and the hotel cook are killed by an unknown creature, Kunal decides to help Ahana.
How can I sincerely and in all honesty recommend you to see this film?
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