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5 reasons you can’t afford to miss Sharman Joshi’s ‘1920 London’

New Delhi: The moment we think of a Bollywood horror movie all we can think of an old man walking with a lantern, a lady dressed in white sari holding a candle, or some sounds

India TV Entertainment Desk Updated on: May 05, 2016 21:47 IST
1920 London- Fear Strikes Again
1920 London- Fear Strikes Again

New Delhi: The moment we think of a Bollywood horror movie all we can think of an old man walking with a lantern, a lady dressed in white sari holding a candle, or some sounds of dogs howling or creaking doors.

But not anymore! With time, the image of Bollywood horror flicks has improved. Now these movies have much more than just graphics and costumes.

Don’t believe us? Check out the movie like, Raaz, Shaapit, Bhoot, etc

And this Friday, box-office will witness another horror flick. We are talking about ‘1920 London – Fear Strikes Again’ starring Sharman Joshi, Meera Chopra and Vishal Karwal.

The movie is a perfect blend of spooky elements and soulful music.

So here we bring to you 5 reasons which makes ‘1920 London – Fear Strikes Again’ a must watch for every horror flick lover:

 

Third instalment of ‘1920’ franchise

 

‘1920 London – Fear Strikes Again’ is the third instalment of the ‘1920’ series. The first two instalments – ‘1920’ and ‘1920- Evil Returns’ managed to give goosebumps to the audience with its ghosts, demons, and other supernatural elements. In fact, ‘1920’ was critical and commercial success at the box-office. Even its second part was declared a hit after its two-week run. With such a background of the franchise, hopes are high for this movie

 

Debutants Meera Chopra and Vishal Karwal

 

Meera Chopra, cousin of Priyanka Chopra is making her debut along with Vishal Karwal, of the Roadies fame. It is a fresh pairing and one can see this freshness on screen as well. The couple has displayed an amazing chemistry. On the other hand, Meera will be seen romancing Sharman Joshi as well. The romantic scenes in the movie and the location are enough to make your heart drool

Also Read: Meera wants special screening of '1920 London' for Priyanka Chopra

Sharman Joshi as exorcist

 

Raju Srivastav, Sukhi, Rustam “Rusy" Deboo, Laxman Prasad – the characters Sharman Joshi has portrayed have always hovered on the fringes of a Hindi film ‘hero’. But this time the actor will be seen playing an altogether different role and a new gener –a role of an exorcist. Sharman has always done justice to his roles, now it would be interesting to see him in this new and intense role.

Story

 

The story of ‘1920 London’ revolves around a royal couple played by Meera and Vishal. Shivangi played by Meera Chopra is based in London with her husband known as Veer Singh played by Vishal Karwal. One day, the family receives a gift from Rajasthan, which is attended by Veer Singh. Since then things that seemed good turns into misery as every now and then the couple encounters something strange happening with Veer and his condition is getting deteriorated with every passing day. Shivangi hurls the blame over black magic and thus visits to her roots at Rajasthan in order to find out the answer. She is then told that an exorcist called Jai played by Sharman Joshi can help the couple, so she begs for help. He decides to help Shivangi and her possessed husband from the evil spirit found in the form of Jaidev, so what happens next, will he be able to help the couple and how is interesting thing to explore.

Spine chilling scenes and soulful music

 

‘1920 London’ has some really spooky scenes that will surely send achill down your nerves. However, the music will be soothing enough. The movie features some soulful tracks which you just can’t get over.

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