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Times of India
On a trip to Romania for his honeymoon, Roy (Sudhir) resurrects Count Dracula and the "Prince Of Darkness" takes over his body. Coming back to India, Roy/Dracula meets Raghu (Aryan), who dreams of an overseas job. Most importantly, he realizes that Raghu's betrothed, Meena (Monal), is none other than his lover from his ill-fated past life...
This film that is being billed as a bilingual by virtue of just a couple of scenes shot in Tamil (an annoying and unfunny comedy track featuring Ganja Karuppu and Mano Bala) is further proof of the popular notion that Indian filmmakers are inept when it comes to making horror films. Rather than thrill us,
often makes us laugh, thanks to the unintentionally funny manner in which it goes about its business.
Right from the fangs that Sudhir sports as Count Dracula to the spiritual mumbo jumbo of Nasser, Prabhu and co, everything is so over-the-top that you can never take the scenes seriously. There is even a scene where Shraddha Das performs puja in skimpy clothes. Agreed, the story of Dracula is an allegory of sexual expression but instead of seduction what we get here is voyeurism with the camera often lingering a second too longer on the anatomy of the actresses. As for the 3D, which is one of the "attractions" in the movie, it is so harsh that it hurts your eye and you are forced to take off the 3D glasses for some shots.