Ready for a night-walk on a chandni raat? In the same bangla, along the same dark corridors, winding stairways, and dimmed porch - night after night? Then walk into this door. But be forewarned ... Darna zaroori nahin hai! Gettit? Okay, we understand that Ram Gopal Verma is 'possessed' with bhoot-pret (genre), but the problem with this paranormal story (where incidents unfold only between the couple's bedtime and wake-up time) is that everything about it is just plain (in a para) - Normal!
Bhoot Returns is a horror movie from Ram Gopal Varma, starring Manisha Koirala, J. D. Chakravarthy, child artist Alayana Sharma, Madhu Shalini, and others. The film is a sequel to the 2003 hit movie 'Bhoot' which was again directed by Varma. The film marks the comeback of the popular actress Manisha Koirala after a long hiatus. Bhoot Returns is RGV's first 3D film, and will also release in Tamil and Telugu languages. The story of the movie revolves around a family and haunted house. Tarun (J. D. Chakravarthy) is a moving architect, who usually shifts his bases because of his projects. He recently shifted down with his family to a lavish bungalow that he has purchased on a quite low-priced rent. His wife Namrata's (Manisha Koirala) disinterest and doubts over the outwardly cheap rent was nullified by their children's who readily approved for the new house after seeing the lavishness. Soon Taman (10 year old) and Nimmi (6 year old), kids of Tarun and Namrata, who are frequently at loggerheads, found their own activities to carry out in their new house. Taman mostly spends his time on playing videogames and watching television, whereas the nosy kitten Nimmi spends her. Enjoy movie 'Bhoot Returns' on www.urdumovies.net