Sameer hopes to drill a well using dynamite and boards a bus to go to his village in Rajasthan. There are 13 other people on the bus, including four men who are on their way to a wedding; gorgeous Rukmini and her husband, Nikhil; a sexy model, Shaz, and photographer, Hasmukh Shah; Pandit Ram Srivastav and his wife; a young girl, Shona, and the bus driver and conductor. Ram is fearful after the bus changes it's route to go through Kulbhata - a village that was abandoned overnight after a vengeful witch, Kaalo, re-surfaced after being killed 250 years ago. He is scoffed at, and the bus does take the detour. Shortly thereafter the passengers will be stranded after a flattened tire, and soon face the horror of a seemingly invincible winged Kaalo - who can not only travel under the sand but also fly - and who is determined to fulfill her deadly agenda at any and all costs. —rAjOo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I know I know it's a copied film Jeepers Creepers blah blah blah...but hey "NAKAL KE LIYE BHI AKAL CHAHIYE " having said that Jeepers Creepers film series is one of my all time favourites still I had to say this desi version is quite good the people on the bus are characterised so well, we got to see the human nature of each individual when faced with the dance of death in the dust of Kulbhata and the makers tried to scare us in the middle of a hot sunny day and the backstory of Kaalo lends a great support in characterisation of the story I believe this film gives wholesome entertainment if not an award or acclaim.
- Jul 7, 2021
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