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"Dobaara: See Your Evil" is the horror thriller directed by Prawaal Raman. The film is the remake of the American film, “ Oculus.” Mike Flanagan, the co-writer and the helmer of Oculus is the co-producer of Dobaara: See Your Evil. B4U Motion Pictures presents the film along with Zahhak Films Limited and Relativity Media. Ishan Saksena, Sunil Shah, Prawaal Raman and Vikram Khakhar produce the film along with Mike. The film features Huma Qureshi, Saqib Saleem, Adil Hussain, Lisa Ray, Abhishek Singh and Rhea Chakraborty in the main star cast. Anuj Dhawan cranks the camera and Arko Pravo Mukherjee and Samira Koppikar Compose the music.
Alex and Lisa are the parents of Natasha and Kabir. Their family resides in London. They had been enjoying their life until Alex purchases an old mirror for them. The mirror is said to be a haunted one. It was said that a lady named Anna, who had been practicing the witchcraft was killed and her spirit occupied the mirror. The nature of the mirror is that it kills the people, who own it. Anna mesmerizes Alex and makes him fall for her. She hypnotizes him and orders him to kill his family for her. But, as soon as Alex kills his wife, he was murdered by someone. When Natasha grows up, she comes to know about the spirit inside it. She tries to destroy the mirror, but the mirror has the capacity to change the minds of the people, who try to destroy it. Did Natasha succeed in her attempt? Did she save her life from the mirror? Watch the film in theaters.
Adil Hussain had done his job excellently well. Lisa has done justice to her role. Saqib Saleem and Madalina Bellariu had also given an excellent performance; in particular, Madalina’s performance needs a special mention as she had excelled in the role as the spirit. Huma’s performance stays behind, as others had performed extremely well.
Prawaal Raman has chosen a good script. When we start watching the film, we could never think that it is a horror genre, as there are no spooky elements in the first half. Prawaal has moved the screenplay convincingly well in the second half. However, scary moments are rare in this film.
What’s Not There?
Dobaara: See Your Evil could be called as a paced thrilled rather be called as a horror genre. It is better to watch the film at night to get a horror effect. However, it is worth watching, once.
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