The House Next Door (2017) Poster

User Reviews

Review this title
33 Reviews
Sort by:
Filter by Rating:
9/10
Amazing horror movie with a gripping story, lot of chills & thrills and good acting
raoadi1014-959-25414412 November 2017
Amazing movie & finally a Hindi horror flick which matches up to Hollywood standards of films like Conjuring & Oculus! The movie is directed by debutant Milind Rau and he does a fab job...we get lot of thrills and scary scenes with a gripping storyline. The film is also shot beautifully in the Himalayan valley and there are some breathtaking shots. The film stars Siddharth & Andrea Jeremiah in the leading roles & both have done a great job. There is also veteran actor Atul Kulkarni who was as usual natural & actress Anisha Victor who was damn impressive. The background score was good too. It was a great exp to watch it on the big screen. Highly recommended.
15 out of 20 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
Some respite for Indian Horror.
kinshuk-gaur23 November 2017
With not too many Hindi horror movies being made in India "The House Next Door " comes as a fresh breath of air. Though this movie was simultaneously made in three languages Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. I have watched the movie in Hindi as I do not understand the other two languages.

I loved this movie and liked the coil and seizures in the plot. After a long time, I enjoyed an Indian Horror movie. Debutant director Milind Rau explores the not so prevalent Horror genre in the Indian movies. Somewhat he succeeds in this genre where the veterans of Indian horror like Vikram Bhatt and RGV have miscarried in the past some years.

The movie starts depicting romance between Dr. Krish (Siddharth) and Lakshmi (Andrea Jermiah). They get married and move into a beautiful house located in between the picturesque location of the Himalayas. Dr. Krish is publicized as country's no 1 "Deep Brain Stimulation Specialist".

Things start to change when a family reaches in the vicinity of Dr. Krish and Lakshmi. The house next door belongs to Paul (Atul Kulkarni) who is accompanied by his family that includes two daughters Jenny (Anisha Victor) and Sarah (Khushu Hajare)and his wife with her father.

Situations lead where the need for false exorcism arises. The Exorcism fails miserably and the priest goes into a coma. I'll not create any spoilers now so to know the rest of the story, kindly watch for yourself.

The movie has lots of positives- Acting of all the characters are up to the mark. Siddharth last memories of him in Hindi movies for Rang de Basanti and Chasme Budoor stands out. Andrea Jeremiah performs effortlessly as usual. Anisha Victor is pretty notable as Jenny. Maybe her first movie. Rest cast is respectable in their characters.

The Exorcism scene is being portrayed excellently and might give you some chill or edge of the seat moment. However, on the flipside, it might remind you as an amalgamation of the cult The Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose and the Conjuring series. Cinematography by Shreyaas Krishna is excellent, Visual effects Devesh Patel is commendable. The background score and editing are good.

Areas of Opportunity- Being an ardent Horror movie fan after each twist and turn I am forced to recall the inspirations of the plot/scene. I can recall all these movies while watching this 2 hr. 17 min saga (The Exorcist, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, The Conjuring series, and The Ring). But still, the writer and director have done a fair job of binding the stories together. This happens all the time but I haven't used the word plagiarism.

Also, the climax and last 20 – 25 min towards the end slightly falters with its sluggish pace. To sum up The House Next Door is a glossy horror movie though it might be considered to be weighed down due to owing lot of inspiration. We know that almost all the horror movie directors do take creativeness from the cult horror movies. The Ramsay's have done in their era. RGV and Vikram Bhatt in the modern era, but what stands out is the execution. Viewers have always been fond of the horror movies but were not catered appropriately. This movie is one of the few Indian movies that will stand out and to the audience tolerance do not have unnecessary comedy. Kudos to the director for sticking to his genre.
12 out of 16 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
A neatly crafted ghost story...
Ansango27 November 2017
THND is an impressive movie which contains spooks as well as a good story at its core. The story is nothing new or groundbreaking but what makes this movie stand out is its wonderful direction. The narrative of the film is engaging. Script and direction alone make this movie stand out in a particularly lacklustre genre in Indian cinema.

The film starts off very well and the pacing is apt. The film falters a bit in its third-act but considering the overall intensity of the film, it's easily excusable. The screenplay is pretty clever. The direction is deft and proficient. The cinematography is gorgeous and helps in building the tension, especially the scenes shot in black-and- white look splendid. Music assists the atmosphere brilliantly and heightens the intensity of the narrative.

The ending drags a bit and could have been shorter. The end twist is good. The film looks inspired by a Malayalam movie Ezra which deals with the same topics of haunted house, possession and exorcism albeit with a different backstory. The cliffhanger ending works perfectly with the tone of the film and teases for a sequel (already excited).

Acting is admirable. Siddharth is nice and brings a certain edge to his character which is enough to tell how much talent he inherits. Andrea looks convincing in her role. Atul Kulkarni as a troubled father is superb. Avinash in the role of a psychic was great considering the fact that such character mostly turns out to be a goofy shadow of themselves. He is excellent in his role and brings a certain rugged charm to his character. Rest of the cast members are also good in their respective roles.

The film also carries a very subtle message about female infanticide and sexual discrimination. The way this message has been conveyed is clever and efficacious at the same time.

So, all in all, a finely crafted horror film which manages to scare as well as entertain.

7.3 out of 10!
6 out of 7 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
A good horror movie
kanabuma12 November 2017
As the name suggests, it's a haunted house movie. There is also "possession" in this movie. A couple was living happily in their house, until some family occupied their next house, probably an unoccupied house for a long time. Problem arises after the girl next door found something, which she shouldn't have. It reminds me of The Exorcist. We can't find any fault with the acting. Everyone has acted as required in a horror movie. There are really some creepy, scary moments in this movie. Background music adds more creepiness to the atmosphere. There are two twists in this movie, which I was not able to guess, which means it is really a good horror movie. I recommend this movie for horror fans, especially of Indian horror movies.
7 out of 9 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
Refreshing
jetkot29 March 2018
This one has wonderful special effects. The story and concept is good too. It was some cliche usually associated with Indian Horror movies. The actors play their roles with supreme expertise. Siddharth looks good throughout. The twist at the end is predictable.
5 out of 6 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
One of the top horrors on Indian screens.
drk-9650320 November 2017
Now a days Indian Horror movies are made of full length comedy movies with very very few elements of Horror..Top director like RGV also failed to come up with pure Horror flick.. This movie made my day. I am big fan of horror movies and at last got a pure Horror movie after some time. The story itself started in a unique way and all through the length it will keep the watchers sit tight holding breath. The ambiance suited well for the story. BGM took the movie to the peaks. Horror elements will make u jump from ur seats. Especially the "Exorcism" scene will take u to the real horror level on Indian screen. This scene will elevate the horror aspect and justify the real devil's act. All the actors and actresses done their best. I believe that the Director planned everything well before. Seems he executed his imaginations as it is on screen and it went excellent. This flick is a really watchable and undoubtedly enjoyable.
6 out of 8 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
10/10
The House Next Door....OUTSTANDING!!!
ajaynicks12 November 2017
Finally a Hindi movie that will give us sleepless nights. It is par with Hollywood standard. Lead actor's of the film Siddharth is at his best, Andrea's support to the lead was nice to watch, Atul Kulkarni as always natural and Anisha Victor was really impressive. Technically everything was perfect, makers have left no stone to make a perfect edge of the seat Horror. Background Score needs to get special mention. Storyline, Editing, Direction all were so gripping that we can't even afford to miss any scene. Milind Rau Debuting Director done a fabulous job and the movie speaks the hard work done by makers. Do experience it in Big Screen. The House Next Door is Highly Recommended.
9 out of 15 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
6/10
The House Next Door provides a genuine horror experience with brilliant scares in first half but the latter half disappoints with highly predictable scenes.
shobanchittuprolu25 November 2017
Warning: Spoilers
Aval/The House Next Door/Gruham (2017): A perfect spooky horror have became rare these days in any language.While most of the films releasing in a country belong to horror still most of them fail to impress the audience.Get Out is the only horror of 2017 which is amazing.Aval got highly positive response from all over India which really surprised me as Maya and Pizza is the only Indian horror in a decade which gave a true horror experience and still remains one of the best horror films I had ever seen.So did Aval gave the same experience?

Plot: Krish(Siddharth) and Lakshmi(Andrea) are a couple who lead a happy life together. One fine day, a lovable family join them as their neighbors. As time passes by, one of the family members, Jenny (Anisha Victor), gets transformed into an evil spirit and starts troubling everyone badly. Who is this evil spirit? Why is it targeting the family? and how does Krish handle this entire situation?

My Review: Horror stories have become quite routine of late as many makers have attempted this genre and almost all angles in the genre have been covered.After finding that the genre has lost its novelty, south Indian film-makers have started exploring horror-comedy genre by stressing more on comedy.A real horror experience never tries to make you feel comfortable but scares the hell out of you.

Aval may have ages-old story of a haunted house occupied by new family and the teenager of the family getting possessed by it.But what really works in Aval is its genuine horror moments.Aval is filled with horror effects right through the first half and they scare you convincingly.Especially the scene at the window scared the hell out of me.The centerpiece of the action in his film though is our subconscious dread of what stands outside the window of our home in the dead of night and in the house across the street.

But second half is a big letdown as it becomes highly predictable tho those who watch International horrors.To those who have no idea about The Conjuring,The Ring,Grudge and some other horrors would definitely love this film but to those who watched them,the second half disappoints.Even the climax twist is clichéd.

Technically Aval has maintained high standards with top-notch cinematography which helped in setting the right mood for the film.Cinematographer Shreyaas Krishna lends an intimidating air of doom and gloom both to his intimate frames in closed spaces bathed in warm colours and his lavish shots of gray, grim open areas and any place outside the two homes.Sound design is very good,especially in first half.

Siddharth as newly married doctor and the guy who helps the girl Jenny is perfect. He still has boyish charm but at the same time he looks matured too. Though he is the lead actor, he lets the story get more importance than his character or his performance. Andrea is also impactful as Siddharth's wife and the couple shares a sizzling chemistry on screen.(All those lip locks added for the sake of giving Hollywood look??Spoiler:Not the important sex scene which may look wild for Indian Cinema but it is needed though!). Real show-stealer is Anisha Victor.She has given stellar performance as a girl who is possessed by a spirit.She makes you cringe when she is possessed by the evil spirit and gets your sympathy after returning to sanity.

So,Aval/The House Next Door/Gruham provides a genuine horror experience with brilliant scares in first half but the latter half disappoints with highly predictable scenes.

My Rating 6.5/10
4 out of 6 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
2/10
Dont waste your time
shethtejas9 April 2018
If you are a kid who was born after 2011, you may like this. Others, please walk away. I wasted my precious 2 hours something on this stinky medley of copy/paste ghost stories because I was misled by stupid reviewers who, God knows why, are rating this one as if it were of the level of 'Bhoot' by RGV or 'Raat' again by RGV. Let me tell you, it is not even of the level of cheap ghost TV serials you see on weekends. The first 30 to 40 mins where it builds up the ghost story is really good. That is the part where one would feel he is in for one excellent psychic/metaphysical thriller. But alas, all goes downhill from there. Some incidents like Jenny taking a plunge in a well, a dictaphone that starts playing in the middle of night and doesn't turn off even after switching it off, Jenny humming a chinese song while it was too late etc are all very good. But the director / script writer frittered away what could have been a great story. Exorcism of Jenny is where the turmoil started. Poorly executed, loosely scripted. The story from then on is mundane, predictable, almost stupid. And all of a sudden, as is possessed by the spirit of a bad actor, performance of all the actors go down from there. The movie starts relying solely on visual effects to scare the viewer; story/acting take a back seat. Now you can't claim to have made a great ghost movie if more than half the time you relied on VFX alone. The back story of 'why bloody ghost' was the lamest I have ever seen and most of all, extremely predictable. The Oujha who deals with the spirit after one pastor failed at it - and he failed at acting too, royally - doubles up as a forensic expert whose expertise would rival CSI's by analyzing almost a century old skeleton in seconds. He laid his hands on one unearthed skeleton - and he moved to the burial place faster than the speed of sound by merely touching random objects but lets just ignore it - and boom! he declared it was the skeleton of a woman, she was carrying. He then bestowed his grace on another skeleton lying next and boom! he declared that that one belonged to a child who had been beheaded. Stupid, lame, badly performed and loosely scripted. I wasted my time. You please don't.
5 out of 9 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
3/10
Lock, Stock, and Two Stinking Barrels of Cliches
neilvalentinedsilva27 December 2017
Warning: Spoilers
All right, so I will begin with the pros. THND does quite well until its first half. There is a nice Chinese story in the prologue, which gives a very different feel for a Bollywood film. Then there is the atmosphere itself. The locations of the Himalayan valleys is a good call, and the eponymous house (and the neighboring one) are meticulously selected and furnished.

The highlight of the film is a pre-interval exorcism scene. I could even go as far as saying it is one of the best exorcism scenes in Hindi movies. Also kudos to the actor who plays Jenny (Anisha Victor). She brings out the impact of the scene.

A shoutout to the art department. The houses are populated with the right motifs and curios to create the atmosphere of each scene. The set design is quite excellent.

But that's where the pros end.

The plot is as hackneyed as they come. This is, after all, another haunted house story with a resident 'bhoot'. Or 'bhoots' in this case. There is the moving in of the new family, the spooks beginning to happen, one of them getting possessed, an exorcism, a backstory of the ghosts having agonizing deaths, and the final retribution. Or not. What's different, then? Nothing.

Okay, some might say they did not say the final twist coming. I did not either. But it did not make me go 'wow' in amazement. Instead, it made me roll my eyes, for the twist did not seem like something the makers had in mind from the start, but it seemed like some kind of plot device to wrap the film up. There was no foreshadowing which is essential to make a twist work. That is one of the biggest failings of the story.

The post-interval part is full of gimmickry, which is another big letdown. Instead of allowing the plot to develop organically or the characters to have some chemistry between them, the makers resort to cliched jump-scares. Yes, flickering lights, moving curtains, someone bringing a hand slowly from behind and putting it on someone's shoulder, things turning upside-down... you name it, and the film has that cliche. It just gets frustrating after a while and you can actually predict the jump-scare that is going to happen.

Mind you, I was sitting in a practically empty theater (only 7 or 8 people, of which 2 left post-interval) and none of the scares made even the slightest dent in me.

The film falters majorly in the writing department. The exorcism should have come a bit towards the end rather than pre-interval; that would have had better impact on the film.

It was also sad to see a fine actor like Atul Kulkarni over-acting in at least two scenes. But it did not appear to be his fault. To me, it appeared to be rather the failing of the director in explaining the character to this otherwise amazing actor.

Siddharth is good overall. It is he that pulls the film through (and Anisha Victor in the first half).

Sad that the film did not live its hype for me.
6 out of 12 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
4/10
Could've been better
bluefim28 January 2018
Randomly stumbled upon the trailer looking for my next horror movie and hadn't seen an Indian film before, so I gave this one a shot. I didn't expect it to be groundbreaking but it still managed to disappoint me.

The set design and special effects were pretty good but felt wasted on shoddy writing and major pacing issues. There were unnecessary scenes, like the music video opening montage, that didn't need to be there and just muddled the tone/progression. I thought with more editing and refined writing this could have been a lot better since the scares had such potential and production quality was good. I would skip this one.
4 out of 9 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
1/10
Mindless, simply stupid
davindergrover19 July 2019
O please don't waste your time. It's an insult to intelligence. It begins so well but the way it drags you wish to find a time travel machine to rewind those two hours of you life back. Nuff said!
2 out of 4 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
Good thriller with a suspense
zacheusp13 January 2021
This is a good thriller with a suspense. Even though this is a horror movie, there is nothing horror in this. The possession, exorcisms etc are all common and repetitive in many Hollywood and Bollywood movies post The Exorcist. One correction.. In the movie, Paul says that they are Pentecostal Christians. The Pastor carries a Rosary while performing exorcism. But, Pentecostal Christians do not carry Rosaries - which is normally associated with Catholics. Watch this for some good thrills and good acting.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
Nice Story But Too Long
Foutainoflife1 November 2020
I love a good ghost story and this is a good one. However, the film is entirely too long. The first part of the film sorta drags out but the middle and final acts were very interesting. There are some fairly predictable goings on but it was still worth it.

Nicely filmed. Decent special effects. Good acting. Good story. Too long but I say check it out.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
Great beginning, okay ending.
el78 September 2020
Warning: Spoilers
The House Next Door starts with a montage letting us know that it's taking place in the Indian Himalayas and presented in black and white with some crackles to mimic old film stock. The scene is set in a house with curving eaves, which is significant both to let the audience know before even seeing them that a Chinese family lives here, and also because such eaves were symbolically intended to ward away evil spirits. A mother and daughter have a bucolic afternoon there, as the mother lets the daughter know to expect a younger sibling soon, and then combs the girl's long hair. Then the camera pans out past the doors and bloodcurdling screams are heard from within before the scene changes again, this time to a love story set to upbeat music. This second montage is significant for letting us know what the stakes are for this young couple in love. Krish is a brilliant brain surgeon, and as he settles into married life with Lakshmi, the camera gives us another nice long pan to let us know that these two lovebirds live right next door to the house in the opening. They watch a family move into that house and attend a housewarming party where they meet the patriarch Paul, his wife and their young daughter Sarah, and his older daughter by an earlier marriage. The teenage daughter is a rebellious beauty named Jenny, she has a huge crush on Krish and as the evening progresses she might have gotten possessed. So far, so good with a very intriguing setup that leaves the viewer wanting to know more. The film's middle third progresses with plenty of super creepy scenes and Gothic atmosphere and some hair raising near misses for both families. The third act is where the twists come about, and they're a little too predictable to sustain the tension from the first two acts. Still, the film keeps the viewer's interest well enough, with fantastic production values. Even though it looks better than the similarly themed 1920, and does not interrupt the narrative with musical numbers, it does not have quite as creepy a story line by the end. It is definitely worth a watch if you like ghost stories and possession stories, as this film is both in one.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
Nice Movie.
AveenashKulkarni30 June 2020
The Best Horror Movie made in India. A neatly crafted ghost story having enough spooks, a good story and a subtle message. Strange it came and went without many knowing about it. Recommended.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
A well crafted horror flick
TriptaaBhatnagar22 June 2020
This film improves as it goes along and then sporadically delivers some awkward and cringeworthy scenes. There were some commendable attempts at creating scary moments but the overall meandering nature of the plot interfered with this. Some strong performances were compromised by some weak ones. There were some impressive locations found for this film and it had the potential to be great but it under-delivers for its length. A lot better than many Horror films. Surprisingly it came and went without many knowing about it.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
7/10
A lot better than many Horror films
Neha-Shree12 June 2020
This film improves as it goes along and then sporadically delivers some awkward and cringeworthy scenes. There were some commendable attempts at creating scary moments but the overall meandering nature of the plot interfered with this. Some strong performances were compromised by some weak ones. There were some impressive locations found for this film and it had the potential to be great but it under-delivers for its length.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
4/10
The Horror Movie Cliche Next Door
ravenus14 April 2020
I recall this one got a decent review from my favorite critic Baradwaj Rangan. In retrospect, I wonder if the fact that he was pally with the director and lead actor led to a softening of his otherwise sharp critical reflexes. Rangan made a lot of the fact that the film is a "pure" horror, not mixed with other potboiler elements. But apart from the fact that there are no song elements and comedy tracks, it's not particularly different from the standard Vikram Bhatt horror feature.

Siddharth and Andrea Jeremiah are a very-much-in-love married couple who set up home in a picturesque remote hillside (which must mean a really long work commute for the husband who works in a state-of-the-art hospital doing surgical "deep brain stimulation" procedures). They get a new set of neighbors in Atul Kulkarni and his family which includes his second wife and one daughter from each marriage. The elder daughter, who is infatuated with Sid (causing justifiable irritation in his wife, especially since Sid doesn't seem to be bothered to even politely tell the kid to back off) starts to show weird behavior and there's talk about evil spirits asking them to leave the house. Since she's a depressed adolescent with stepmum issues (and of course reads horror books) they first try to look for a conventional reason and after a pseudo-exorcism (Prakash Belawadi, pleasantly restrained) goes spectacularly wrong, they delve into the history of the house (hinted at in the prologue). More stereotype horror movie w*nkery till the end.

THND goes through a battery of tired horror movie stereotypes - stuff that goes bump, someone walking past in the mirror, ghostly face at the window, followed by levitating furniture and stuff that gets hurled around. There's little here that's fresh or, like with the entertaining first instalment of The Conjuring, done with enough energy to transcend the cliche. The stray good scene, like when Sid must try to ignore visions of ghosts while he's trying to do a delicate brain procedure, provides too little relief. The screenplay is predictable to a fault and while the camera captures some interesting colored lighting that harks back to Dario Argento's Suspiria, the imagery (CG or otherwise) to depict the ghosts is unimaginative. On the whole this Grudge is a drudge.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
4/10
MEH
advimrankhalid19 March 2020
What a great first half ruined by the second half. The movie started well and continued great till interval. After interval the whole movie looked like did not know how to proceed further. They just drag the movie to complete the runtime i do not understand why India made movies so long. They have to cut short the length of movies in order to succeed. Anyhow if you really wanted to see the movie watch till interval.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
6/10
Could be a cult classic.
kppshaheen17 January 2020
The movie took off so well, but then .. awwhhhhhhhh... can't bear it later. It seems like most of the scenes (come in later half) were included in the movie to increase run time of the movie.

Two things I like the most about this movie were;

1. Engaging Background music 2. Excellent and breath taking cinematography.

I wish if script is written well it could be a cult classic horror flick.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
6/10
intelligent horror movie
beevenkat11 November 2019
#TheHouseNextDoor is an intelligent horror movie, very rarely seen in Bollywood. Hats off to producer n actor Siddharth n director Rau for creating this scary venture. The story is based on the desperate need to have a male child n to what extent a man would go, to achieve this goal. He is ready to sacrifice his own daughter. But is it worth it? Kulkarni as the helpless dad n Victor as the possessed daughter, r very good. Watch it n get spooked. Rating 3/5.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
8/10
Aval
santhosh-1029020 March 2019
Excellent Movie. Everybody acted very well in the movie. The movie was so interesting and thrilling. There are many scary scenes. The movie was not like an ordinary horror movie it is also more thrilling. Songs were not so good but the BGM in the movie was excellent. Excellent Movie.
0 out of 0 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
1/10
not even fit to be called trash
wasmihasan10 January 2018
... what a brainless piece of shit, better watch teletubbies instead, yes, this is everything except horror, a comedy gone wrong where the roles were played by moronic acromegales!
4 out of 12 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
3/10
Rofl. Better watch some good Hollywood horror films.
Takethispunch22 November 2017
The movie opens with an ancient Chinese mother and daughter. They seem to spend happy moments with each other with the mother being pregnant. The movie then moves to the present where a happy couple Krish(Siddharth) and Lakshmi(Andrea Jeremiah) make love, bringing in their memories of the times they met and how their love blossomed. They suddenly notice that a new family is moving into the next house. Krish is a neurosurgeon who specializes in deep brain stimulation to cure Parkinsonism. He is close to another doctor, Dr.Prasad, who is a psychiatrist. The two families get along well, with Jenny the eldest daughter having a crush on Krish.
5 out of 20 found this helpful. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote.
Permalink
An error has occured. Please try again.

See also

Awards | FAQ | User Ratings | External Reviews | Metacritic Reviews


Recently Viewed