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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 »
Shivangi (Meera Chopra) lives in London with her husband Veer Singh (Vishal Karwal). One day, he receives a gift from Rajasthan. From then, strange things happen with Veer and his condition deteriorates. Shivangi, thinking that this is because of black magic, goes to Rajasthan and finds Jai (Sharman Joshi), an exorcist and begs for help. Jai help Shivangi and her possessed husband from the evil spirit forms the crux of the story.
I was geared up to watch this one too. The poster at the movie theater made it look like a great horror movie and I could not wait to check it out. So maybe my hopes were too high going into it.
Basically a woman's husband gets possessed by a ghost and the only one who can save him is a her ex-lover who's love she betrayed and it got him sent to prison were he learned the dark arts.
The movie drags on for far too long, but then half way through the movie there is a really cool plot twist that made the movie so worth seeing. The only problem is, the movie does not end there and keeps going messing up the perfect ending.
My only guess is that Bollywood needs a certain type of ending like Hollywood does and is willing to screw up what could have been a decent picture in order to get it.
The lousy special effects and the god awful acting coming from the main actress could have been forgiven, if they would have ended with the great plot twist.
And I here that this is one in a series of films, and that the others are better and scarier, but 1920 London makes me not want to sit through any to give it a try.
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