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On a rainy day, Arnab and his parents are traveling in a car after meeting Piyali regarding his marriage. Their car hits a strange looking old woman who dies on the spot. Arnab and cops locate her house where her daughter Ruksahana is chained who doesn't seem to be normal and is disconnected from outside world. After performing last rites of her mother Arnab leaves Ruksahana back to her house. But Professor Qasim Ali comes to capture her with his men who know about her identity. But she manages to escape and reach Arnab's place who shelters her not knowing her true identity.Written by
This is an absolutely amazing horror film which thankfully doesn't include any unnecessary false jump scares. Many critics and audiences are hating this film and that can be understood because this film is not for the masses. You would either hate it or truly love it.
When Arnab finds Rukhsana chained in an abandoned house, he decides to take her under his wings and teaches her how to behave like a human. Arnab's reasons and Rukhsana's past are explored chillingly in the film. It's green and blue frames are scary and admirable. A horror scene involving earphones has to be the most memorable scene in the history of horror films. The performances from all the cast is exceptionally good. Do watch Pari if you are tired of all the silly and unintentionally funny horror films of the bollywood and want to seek something new and fresh.
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