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Raaz

Movie Review: Raaz
Starring: Bipasha Basu, Dino Morea, Ashutosh Rana
Director: Vikram Bhatt

Producer: Mukesh Bhatt
 

Raaz is the story of a couple, Aditya Dhanraj (Dino Morea) and his wife Sanjana Dhanjraj (Bipasha Basu) who are going through a rough patch in their married life and are on the verge of a divorce. This is when

they decide to give their relationship a final try by going to Ooty, the place where they had first fallen in love.
  
Unfortunately, in Ooty, nothing happens as per their expectation and their dreamhouse turns into a nightmare for Sanjana when she experiences strange things. She sees scary things and hears ner name being called again and again by somebody. She feels that there is a link between their crumbling marriage and the haunting. Thereafter a terrible

tale unfolds and Sanjana is on the verge of ending their marriage when her husband gets into the clutches of the ghost. She then sees the Tantrik (Ashutosh Rana) who convinces her to save her husband from the

ghost. The way she gets rid of the ghost and unites with her husband is what forms the climax of "Raaz".
   
Vikram Bhatt has worked very hard on this film. He succeeds in creating terror in the minds of the audience. The sequences like slow camera movement, extended silences and sudden noises are executed with utmost care. Raaz has a lot in similar to Harrison Ford's "What Lies

Beneath". The second half in this film is unrealistic. Nadeem Shravan's music is excellent. The numbers " Jo Bhi Kasme Khayi Thi Humne', 'Main Agar Saamne Aa Bhi Jaaya Karu' and 'Aapke Pyaar Mein Hum Sawarne Lage" are brilliant. Pravin Bhatt's cinematography is as per expectation. The background score

by Raju Rao enhances the impact of many sequences. Dialogues by Girish Dhamija are upto the mark. But one major drawback of the film is the lack of comedy or light sequences.
   
Performance-wise, both the new comers are good but Dino Morea needs to work very hard on his acting capabilities and expressions. There are no second thoughts that he looks great. Bipasha Basu

deserves a decent pat on her back. Though, she is her second fim after "Ajnabee" , she shows her strength as a matured actress. Ashutosh Rana is efficient as usual. It seems as if the role is just meant for him. Malini Sharma, though has a small role, creates an unforgettable impact on the audience. The others are OK.
 
Overall, Raaz is a different film to watch but will not appeal to non-believers.

 

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