CAST & CREW
Another horror movie which shall leave you in dismay. A triangle of love, intimacy, passion, lust and lure, Khamoshiyan is yet one film to get you goose bumps.
Plot: Ali Fazal, an alcohol drenched person, is chucked from his profession by his ex-girlfriend’s husband. This slap on his face leaves him nowhere, and he migrates to Kashmir in search of a new story. There he keeps himself locked in an isolated hotel where he falls over his toes for SapnaPabbi. Her sex appeal attracts Ali, and they both make love. And then pops up the twist, Gurmeet, who is Sapna’s husband. The trio then gets involved in a series of events that chase each other’s life. To discover this twist and unravel other realities, watch Khamoshiyan.
Analysis: It is so surprising to watch a horror movie without any fear and with a story so worthless. The VFX of the animal is really bad. The effects are all appealing and tend to make the audience laugh on the stupidity the directors have done. Song screening seems to be decent enough, thanking the cinematographer. Vikram Bhatt hasn’t worked well on the dialogues that actually seem to be silly. The songs are the only best thing that could save the movie in some way.The main leads have carried on their role well, but the poorly scripted story ruins the plan.
Star Performance: Ali Fazal has the insect of acting within him. He easily and flawlessly exhibits himself as a very fine actor. Sapna Pabbi naturally has that sexy look that makes it easy for her to use her eyes and body together. Gurmeet Choudhary isn’t much in the film, but he too has done a good job.
What is there?
1. The Good actors with acting skills.
2. Melodious music album.
3. Impressive camera work.
4. Absurdly fake scenes.
What is not there?
1. A proper flow of events.
2. Being a horror film, the essence of ‘darr.'
Verdict: Just echoing silence won’t work everytime. Mahesh Bhatt needs to realize that supernatural genre movies now need a leap, something ‘hatkar.'
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