Bhoot Movie Review: Vicky Kaushal’s Ghost Makes Creep With Fresh Story
Bhoot Movie Review
Bhoot Movie Review: The Haunted Ship Review: Horror is a genre in which many possibilities are yet to be explored. Suddenly the sound of a movement with a sudden movement, the sudden appearance of a shadow in the mirror and the moving of the stuff in the room automatically, the audience has been watching for quite some time. Dharma Production has stepped into horror for the first time and Vicky Kaushal’s first horror film Bhoot has arrived. In such a situation, it was a big challenge to live up to the expectations of the public. To what extent have Vicky Kaushal and filmmakers met this challenge? Let’s know
This film, based on a true incident, takes flight with reality and takes you to the sky of fantasies where everything starts becoming reality. There are two biggest challenges in front of a horror film. The first is that the film scares you and the second is that you do not find it boring or cumbersome. Both of these aspects are present in Vicky Kaushal’s film.
Bhoot Movie Story
Prithvi (Vicky Kaushal), who lost his younger daughter and wife (Bhumi Pednekar) in an accident, now lives alone in Mumbai and works as a shipping officer. Prithvi considers himself responsible for the death of his wife and daughter, so the gilt of this thing always remains in him. He does everything he can to help a child or a woman.
This trauma is on the mind of Earth to such an extent that he sees his wife and daughter. He is getting the doctor to treat his hallucinations but does not take medicines so that his wife and his daughter will always see him like this. Riyaz, a friend of Prithvi, always tries to persuade him to do all this, but Prithvi does not believe. Everything is going fine and one day suddenly a deserted ship Sea-Bird arrives on the shore.
There are many stories about Sea Bird. The public of Mumbai is in a panic due to the sudden arrival of this ship on the seashore. Therefore, the pressure on the company of Earth to remove this ship from there increases. Responsibility comes to earth and when he goes to inspect the ship, all the strange things start to happen to him. When the Earth investigates a little, then it comes in front of it, a puzzle that makes it stand out.
With the solving of the puzzle, it begins to unravel the story that binds you. It can be said that the concept is new. There are small jokes in the middle of the film that prevents the story from becoming too cumbersome. What is the secret of Sea-Bird that is killing people? Does Vicky Kaushal have any old connection to this ship? Does the ghost of this haunted ship kill Vicky Kaushal or let him go? This is the story of the film.
How Is The Bhoot Film?
Vicky Kaushal’s performance in the film is amazing and it can be said that he has once again proved himself as a good actor. The roles of Bhumi Pednekar and Ashutosh Rana are also small but they have done their job well. It is a horror film, so the question is obviously coming whether this film scares you? The answer is yes. Graphics and VFX matter a lot in any horror film and their work is worthy of a compliment in the film. There are many sequences of the film when your hair gets erect and you are stunned for a moment.
Music and Songs
Talking about the music and background score of the film, there is only one song in the entire film which comes in its beginning. The music and lyrics of the song are amazing and the audience has already liked it a lot. As far as the background score of the film is concerned, which is very important in any horror film. So it can be said that it impresses you. Fine things have been taken care of and things are impressive at the creative level.
The story of the film is strong and meets your expectations. Concepts like Ashutosh Rana to chant and do something for the liberation of the soul are kept in the film. It can be said that the horror of the film may be of international level but its climax has been kept quite indigenous.