Krishna Cottage (2004)

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A group of collegians are forced to take shelter in a mysterious Krishna Cottage for the night. Little do they know that the cottage is haunted by a spirit.


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26 April 2006 | espiritlibre
8
| Sohail and Natassha look good together
I liked the "Bindas" song. Sohail Khan and Natassha had good chemistry. Sohail's character was sensitive to Isha's character another plus point regarding the film. Overall the film was good and I like the TV serials of the production company (Koi Apna Sa was my favorite on ZEE, although I never had a opportunity to watch every single episode!)

The promos of "Aryan" look good. Sneha is definitely a new face to watch out for...I still have to watch "Lucky". From the advertising of "Aryan" she has potential and can play a teenager which most actresses cannot. Aryan is another summer movie I am looking forward to besides the "DaVinci Code".

Getting back to this picture, my favorite memory is the "Bindas" song, a very catchy, hummable sing-along-with type tune. Everyone should watch the movie and enjoy the fun filled song.

The acting is good considering most of the actors are young. Rati is a fantastic actress, I remember watching her films as a young girl. I am glad she is back!

I am partial to thrillers...most of the Hollywood movies I like watching are of the suspense/horror/psychological thriller variety. I have so much catching up to do as far as Hindi films are concerned. I need to make a list and stick to it. So many foreign movies, so little time.

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Release Date:

2 April 2004

Language

Hindi


Country of Origin

India

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