CAST & CREW
Ekta Kapoor comes back with a sequel to an actual event which happened in a girl’s life.
With Sunny Leone in the film, one cannot assume this movie to be a family entertainer.
Howsoever, Sunny Leone believes this movie to be a lot more interesting than its previous part as this has more sex, better music, and also a little more horror in it.
Ragini (Sunny Leone) is an ex-porn star, who is signed to play the role of Ragini, a girl whose MMS was leaked, and who is accused of killing her boyfriend. However, she rejects the fact and states that something paranormal is responsible for the murder of her boyfriend.
Meanwhile, to know her role better and to know Ragini in depth, Sunny seeks permission to meet Ragini back in the mental asylum where she has been admitted for proper cure and treatment. However, things don’t turn out good during the meeting, and from that point onwards, strange things start happening to Sunny.
Slowly, all the junior artists start getting killed one by one, and only Dr. Meera Dutta ( Divya Dutta), a psychiatrist who is an expert on paranormal activities, with scriptwriter Satya ( Saahil Prem), and actress Monali ( Sandhya Mridul), are left alive.
Soon, Dr. Meera realizes that it is Sunny who is being possessed by the ghost, and that she is behind all the wrongdoings.
Will Dr. Meera be able to stop the ghost from killing everyone? Will Sunny be able to get rid of the evil in her? Watch the movie to know the truth.
True stories always fascinate the audience. With Sunny Leone, the urge to watch the movie increases. Still, Ekta Kapoor fails to give the “golden touch” to the movie as she does to her TV serials.
Sunny Leone is the main catch of the movie.
Supporting actors like Sandhya Mridul, Divya Dutta, Saahil Prem and, Maddy are unable to catch our attention. While the movie revolves around Sunny and her ghostly instincts, the songs add a blend of love between Satya Kumar (Saahil Prem) and Sunny.
What’s not there?
A one- time watch movie. Sunny Leone fans, there’s much in stock for everyone.
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