My review on Bhool Bhulaiya

October 25th, 2007

After a big planning and reading the superb review of Bhool Bhulaiyaa, I decided to go for it. News was that Bhool Bhulaiyaa is doing better business than Partner, so I was bound to love it. And yeah, the planning means – handling my son. But to my surprise he behaved very good, walking up and down the stairs inside the theatre and counting them kept him busy. Meanwhile I and Pradeep enjoyed our movie.

So for them who have not yet seen the movie, I would advice to go for it once. It’s lovely, complete fun. First half of the movie is taken by Paresh Rawal’s comedy and then second half is taken by Akshay’s comedy and the suspense of the film. Akshay as usual is fantastic in the movie. I also got a glimpse of that lovely tattoo of his son Aarav’s name on his back. Initially when I read about the tattoo, I thought it will be a small tattoo done for the sake of it. But when I saw it yesterday on his back, I was shocked to see huge letters and an angel ring on letter “A”. It was lovely!

SYNOPSIS:
The film revolves around a small village where the people are very conservative and superstitious. Badri (Manoj Joshi) heads a Brahmin family whose ancestral palace is believed to be haunted. One day, Siddharth (Shiny Ahuja) and Avni (Vidya Balan), the son and daughter-in-law of Badri’s elder brother return to their native village from America and decide to settle down for a month or two in their ancestral palace. Some unnatural events start taking place inside the palace after Avni opens a locked forbidden room. That’s when handsome Akshay Kumar shows up, to solve the mystery behind the closed doors. Don’t worry I will not give away the mazaa of the film.
But I must admit that the end part of the movie was scary, atleast for me. Vidya Balan was just marvelous in the end with her ghost looks.

I loved Bhool Bhulaiya.





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