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Times of India
Vidhu (Johnny Baweja), a budding filmmaker accompanies girlfriend Koya (Reet Mazumder) to Nainital along with two other friends to make a film on her uncle Manav (Manav Kaul) and aunt, who claim that they can see their dead daughter.
The youngsters install cameras in the couple's house to capture evidence for paranormal activities but end up discovering Manav's ambiguous behaviour instead. More skeletons stumble out of the closet in due course that unnerve Koya. What's her hidden deal with Manav?
On paper, the psychological thriller seems promising. It keeps you guessing if the characters are actually victims or sinners with ulterior motives. The anticipation of truth and a mysterious backstory keeps you hooked.
What spoils the party is the loud, shoddy and incoherent execution. The forced love triangle replete with inconsequential kissing scenes and steamy songs is unnecessary. The film tries to bite off more than it can chew. Death, depression, incest, sex, possession, too many issues are put together.
Also, poor writing and inappropriate dialogues evoke unintentional humour. For instance a psychic/ doctor explains possession by saying, "uska 'soul weak' tha isliye uske saath yeh hua", A guy tells a girl, "I like your smell" or something to that effect. The hero warns another guy for hitting on his girl by saying, "Do ladke ek ghagra nahi pehen sakte."
While Johnny Baweja shows some potential, the lead actress is merely used for the glamour factor, who sheds her clothes at the drop of a hat. Manav Kaul overacts to essay a bizarre character who is suicidal, depressive and addicted to kinky sex (these scenes are tacky and bizarre to another level).
A line from the movie sums it up perfectly. "Is ghar mein saare ke saare namuney hai." And as the actress says it, they all battle some 'day-will' (read devil). Also the background score is highly 'inspired' by the iconic theme music of The X-Files.
The film marks the debut of Harman Baweja's cousin, Johnny Baweja.