Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the ...
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Becky is pregnant. Miranda is her only companion. Together, they trek the winter wasteland, knee deep in snow, to find a house in the middle of nowhere. But with the dead lurking around ... See full summary »
Alma Beverly Skalonja
t's very rare that we approach a genre like paranormal romance in Indian Cinema and "KUASHA JAKHON" is surely a very different and difficult attempt of film making that can actually give the audience of Bengal a real treat of cinema.
Anindya Pulak Banerjee,
Gargi Roy Chowdhury
Jimmy is obsessed with contacting his deceased mother through black magic. When his new friend Amir convinces him to impress the hottest girls at school with a ritual, they accidentally unleash an evil force that may raise the dead.
Sohail A. Hassan
Two gangsters are given 72 hours to discover the whereabouts of a stash of drug money stolen by their boss. There's only one problem...they just murdered him. Frantic to find the cash, the hapless criminals kidnap a psychic medium and force her to contact the dead gang boss. Unfortunately for them, they only succeed in unleashing an evil spirit bent on revenge.
A rollercoaster romp of a movie thru the streets of Bradford
This is UK independent cinema at its very best... comedy meets gangsters meets the supernatural all set within the gritty, industrial landscape of Bradford. The acting is superb with Pushpinder Chani's Uday arguably stealing the show as one of the most unlikeable gangsters in living memory. Some great LOL moments and a hell of a lot of creative directorial licence makes this a film you really should see.
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