Movie Review: Mushkil

Four friends, Shafaq Naaz, Nazia Hussain, Pooja Bisht, Archana Shastry vacationing in Greece are haunted with the aid of a spirit in the villa they’re residing in. Their guide, Kunaal Roy Kapur attempts to help them however the spirit stops them from leaving Greece. Now it’s as much as Rajniesh Duggall, a man who deals with the supernatural, to bail them out…

Haunted residence horror is an frequently repeated trope and via now we’ve got come to anticipate what we are going to see in such films. The furnishings will move on its own, there would be sudden noises within the night time, we are able to see glimpses of mysterious strangers luring round and skimpily clad girls will by and large be the target of all of it. Mushkil has all that and more in spades. The movie shuffles from Varanasi to Greece because Rajniesh Duggall’s man or woman hails from Varanasi and is truly given a backstory. The relaxation of the characters are devoid of this sort of niceties. Because it’s shot in Greece, more than one romantic songs had been introduced to capture the photo-postcard ideal beauty of the locales. The scenic imagery of Greece is through and large the high-quality issue approximately the movie. How we desire there was extra of it.

The key scenes of the film are shot in low light. We can’t parent out whether that changed into planned or simply undeniable oversight. The creature consequences and CGI aren’t top-notch. You don’t get a shiver of fear down your spine with the aid of what you see because it isn’t scary sufficient. The average impact of the film is corresponding to that of a badly told campfire story. The elements are all there however the punch is missing.

Kunaal Roy Kapur as an amazing-hearted manual and Rajniesh Duggall as a mystic are pretty much okay. Both need to signal better movies. The 4 women do sound like besties on vacation and don’t have lots to do, genuinely.

To sum up, other than the haunting splendor of the Greek isles, the rest of the film doesn’t preserve any thrills…

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