12 Sep, 2014 | 2 hrs 15 mins
Ahana is a young woman who has just shifted from Mumbai to Himachal to start her very own boutique hotel. With her hotel doing good business in the vicinity, then erupts a monster called Brahamarakshas who kills the people one by one. This ends up in...
One Line Review: A 135 minute entertainment which never attempts to claim it a horror.
Positive Points: Creepy locations and good sound effects is surely a plus.
Negative Points: VFX and CGI were too inferior which should have been the selling point of this horror flick.
Plot: The Film is about this folklore that Brahmarakshas that are half-men, half-animal creatures, exist in Indian jungles that have not been able to find salvation as it has been cursed by Lord Bhrama. Mumbai's land mafia kingpins pressurises Ahaana's father to commit suicide. So Ahaana relocates from ... full Creature Review
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