DVD Aagaah: The Warning

DVD Aagaah: The Warning
DVD Aagaah: The Warning

Rating: 4.3
Genres: Drama | Horror | Thriller
Director: Karan Razdan
Writers: Karan Razdan
Stars: Ila Arun, Anang Desai, Zakir Hussain
Making a livelihood by fishing off the coast of Gujarat, Ramsharan lives a impoverished lifestyle with his mother, Dulari; father Devsharan; wife, Megha, and young daughter, Muskaan. One day about 10 heavily armed terrorists, led by Azaan Khan, take over his boat, kill all occupants, and ask him to take them to Mumbai. Before reaching there, he tries to resist and is shot dead. The group makes it ashore where Azaan is shot dead by police, but the rest unleash a reign of terror before being shot and killed. Ramsharan’s family are devastated by his death and attempt to put their lives together with help from their community. Then one day Muskaan goes missing but Megha manages to find her and bring her home. They will soon find out that this is not the same Megha but one who is being eerily possessed by the restless spirit of Azaan. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)
Country: India
Release Date: 5 August 2011 (India)

1 Comment

  1. I would rather see a VIKRAM BHATT film any day of the week. The direction of the film is horrendous, Atul Kulkarni has a laughable role in it. Why he signed on to this film is a mystery to me. More roles of this sort will possibly finish his career as an actor.

    Verteran actors: Anupam Kher, Satish Kaushik, Govind Namdeo are not able to save this film. Ila Arun also stars in the film along with Rituparna Sengupta.

    What surprises me is that the special effects in this film are decent, but there is no suspense, no thrills or scares. If Vikram Bhatt had directed this film, it would have turned out very differently.

    Plot: The soul of a dead terrorist, who has not been given a proper Muslim burial, possesses the daughter of a man he had ruthlessly killed. The possessed girl writes a message on one of the walls of her house. No one is able to read this message but Peer Jammat Ali Shah Baba, who states that it was written by the terrorist Azaan Khan, whose soul lies in limbo, and cannot find rest until he is forgiven by the family of the man he so brutally killed. He warns them of an impending arrival of a group of terrorists.

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