Four desperate teenagers. A night of sexy mayhem. The big city. Or so the plan goes, until a series of misadventures later, Babai, Pele, Ria and Payal end up in a locked shopping mall in ...
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Four desperate teenagers. A night of sexy mayhem. The big city. Or so the plan goes, until a series of misadventures later, Babai, Pele, Ria and Payal end up in a locked shopping mall in the dead of the night. Alone at last... until an old couple appears out of nowhere with a piece of folded leather and a glass container with two dice made of bone. A game. Simple, but deadly. They call it Ludo. A game defiled by a young couple centuries ago. An unbreakable curse, a living board, eons of bloodbath spanning the subcontinent. A game that has reached this city. Not just monsters, but prisoners of fate. Immortal lovers existing under a curse that will not die. They live within the game. Blood must spill. Bone must shatter. Beware the rattle of the Ludo dice.Written by
Me and Indian cinema have not had the best history together, though I've watched many I could only name a few and generally even those I didn't really like. I think the best I ever watched was Vicky Donor (2012) and even that was a remake of a French Canadian film.
However I put my fears aside and gave this a chance because I liked the sound of the concept. Based on the description it sounded like it would fall into a sub-genre that I love, that it would be something in the vein of SAW (2004). Rest assured it's not that kind of movie at all.
It tells the story of two young couples who after a night on the town are looking for a hotel room to have some private fun in. Struggling to find one they instead break into a mall only to fall foul of a mysterious old couple.
It's a hard movie to categorize, it's rather an odd creature but what I can say with confidence is that it's awful. No really, this is even a low 2/10.
Though it starts interestingly enough it quickly descends into confusion as soon as the plot reveals itself. It's just not engaging, the story makes very little sense, far too much of it is presented in the form of flashbacks and narration and ultimately it goes nowhere.
Once again Indian cinema proves that it just isn't for me and conned me into watching another dire effort with promises of something it didn't deliver.
Starts off interestingly enough
Plot is awful
Ridiculous random imagery
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