21 March 2014 | namashi_1
A sequel to the well-made Ragini MMS, 'Ragini MMS 2' is a Fun watch! An Erotic-Horror flick, along-with some intentional & unintentional humor, makes up for a good time-pass fare!
'Ragini MMS 2' starts off from where Ragini MMS ended which revolved around a young couple Ragini & Uday who went to an isolated house for a dirty weekend and the creepy and paranormal happenings that took place to them there. Uday had planned to make an MMS scandal of Ragini in that house. But the MMS shot goes viral, Uday goes missing and Ragini after that incident became crazy & ended up in a mental hospital. The Ragini MMS scandal catches the attention of a filmmaker who plans to make a film on it. He casts a Bollywood actress in his film to play the lead, Ragini. The film crew goes to shoot the film in the same house where the MMS scandal took place, leading to further horrible & creepy happenings.
'Ragini MMS 2' focuses more on sex, than horror, at least in the first-hour. The protagonist, played by Sunny Leone, shows off quite possibly everything in here, which, definitely, will work big time with the masses. The horror element, however, strikes in more prominently in its second-hour, where some spine-chilling moments are presented, along-with a noisy climax.
'Ragini MMS 2' shouldn't be taken seriously. In fact, this film belongs to 'The Evil Dead' category of film, where the focus is not only on horror, but also on sleaze & surprisingly, even comedy. The Screenplay works, but its more erotic than terrifying. Bhushan Patel's Direction is atmospheric. Cinematography is average. Editing is fine. Art Design & Make-Up, are superb. Songs are peppy.
Performance-Wise: Sunny Leone looks sexy, flaunts her body without any inhibitions whatsoever & participates freely in sex scenes. As far as her performance is concerned, she is strictly okay. Saahil Prem seems to have taken this film a bit too seriously. Sandhya Mridul is entertaining. Parvin Dabas is gloriously over-the-top. Karan Mehra is fair. Divya Dutta is efficient. Kainaz Motivala is sincere in a cameo.
On the whole, 'Ragini MMS 2' isn't great, but its entertaining till it lasts.