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A young NSA agent is framed for the murder of his bosses making him realize that now his mission is darker than expected and has some personal scores to settle regarding his father's death, a former NSA agent.
Anushka performance stand tall in the below par mash up of genres
Horror and mystery movies needs to get you hooked from the starting but for me this started with disinterest , just before climax it gets me slightly interested and by the end of it I felt dissatisfied with the convenient screenplay they have used to merge the 2-3 genres they have used .
Chanchala(Anushka shetty) is an IAS officer, who is undergoing trial for murder of her husband . CBI on orders of State Chief Minister take her from jail and confine her to a haunted place for questioning her about her Ex boss - a minister suspect of corruption and stealing idols from temple. Mysterious things start happening in that house where the brother of her deceased husband was supervising her stay.
It has same cliched 2-3 comic characters to give comic touch during the horror scenes and a screenplay full of loopholes.
All characters were decent to good , Anushka stand out especially in scenes where she gets possessed by Bhaagmaathi's soul.
Props , camera angles and Background music is good for horror and thrilling scenes but as they say , these can enhance the impact of a good screenplay but when the moves lacks a good screenplay or soul how would these things matter .
Unless you are an Anushka fan , this movie isnt worth wasting time . Its a 4/10 but giving 1 extra for Anushka's performance
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