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HD   A

Vivek Agnihotri

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About the Film

Rohan Achrekar is a crime reporter with the daily who is nursing a broken heart. Estranged girlfriend Priya has stopped responding to him. He needs to move on and to initiate that he takes a home in the woods. Maya, the daughter of the landlord has an air of mystery to herself. She is positively smitten by him and can’t get enough of him. Amidst all this, after a drunken night the two have an accident where Nancy is killed. Nancy is the younger sister of Priya. Maya and Rohan shush up on it and run away from the spot. Story leads to a series of mishaps and murders and Maya’s obsession for Rohan keeps growing.

Customer Reviews

Surprisingly good

Did not have particularly high expectations before watching this film which involved all newcomers and lesser known actors. But must say, this film reiterates a common saying hat ‘never judge a book by it’s cover’. This is a movie that would make your head turn. It is a gripping thriller that is extremely well directed. Does not let go till practically the very last scene. Mannara who makes her debut with this film, makes an impact. Watch it for it’s unorthodox script and ingenious direction!

AWSOME movie

I really like the movie ..... Nice acting and story and all directions .... As a new comers manara is very good and AWSOME .....

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  • ₹ 290
  • Genre: Bollywood
  • Released: 2014

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