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A successful businessman and a workaholic, Harsh Tandon (Javed Jaaferi) is an insomniac, resulting from which he often sees strange faces. Advised by his friend cum psychiatrist, he agrees to go on a family vacation, which already his family was insisting on. He sets out on a holiday with his wife Shalini (Niki Walia), daughter Tanu (Meenakshi Dikshit), her photographer boyfriend Rahul (Karan Aanand), and son Sam (Rishab Chadha). Taking refuge in an out house owned by a suspicious person Dev (Vijay Raaz) who they meet when their car breaks down, they start experiencing strange things.Written by
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This movie is awesome in its own little way.
Small budget, concise, simplistic, and well-directed film. Veteran Jaaved Jaaferi is terrific, and as the strangeness of their circumstance intensifies, so does the viewer's interest. Provides some good tension but not many scares. I like road horrors, and this is exactly that. It had the same basic theme: Family stuck in an impossible situation, and you get to watch them run the gamut of emotions as they get more desperate to escape.
Now this may not sound appealing but it's executed so well, the atmosphere is just right, the insanity that unfolds is acted brilliantly by Jaaved Jaaferi, Vijay Raaz, Meenakshi Dixit, Rishab Chadha and Niki Walia. I liked the title song of the film very much.
Some scenes were high on drama. Very rarely we get to see such emotional scenes in horror movies. Specially i loved the scenes of Vijay Raaz and the way he delivers his dialogues.
To conclude, I would say it's a mild horror, suitable for family viewing during the lockdown, but genuine horror fans should avoid as this film is a psychological drama and you will not get to see many jump scares. For me it worked.
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