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Film: Ragini MMS2
Cast: Sunny Leone, Sandhya Mridul, Parvin Dabas
Director: Bhushan Patel
Producers: Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor
The film begins from where its prequel ‘Ragini MMS’ ended. ‘Ragini MMS’ revolved around a young couple Ragini and Uday who went to an isolated house for a dirty weekend and the creepy and paranormal happenings that took place with them there.
In this movie, Ragini has been sent to a mental asylum and her boyfriend Uday is missing. The incident garners attention of a filmmaker Rock played by Parvin Dabas who wants to make a film on this incident. He signs an actress named Sunny played by Sunny Leone to play the lead role of Ragini. In order to make the film more realistic, he decides to shoot the film in the haunted bungalow where the incident had taken place.
As the shooting begins, spine chilling horrific incidents start taking place. These paranormal incidents leave the cast and crew shaken and surprised. Everyone wants to get rid of the place but Rock’s passion and the consequences do not permit them to leave the haunted bungalow before finishing the shooting. Is the place really haunted, why Rock doesn’t want to leave the place?
The film has already garnered public attention with its hot promo and trailer. The film’s trailer witnessed millions of hits on Youtube within a short span of time. The kissing scene between Sunny Leone and Sandhya Mridul in this film also stirred a controversy.
If the plot of the story is so exciting and Balaji honcho Ekta Kapoor is the producer, it would be better if you take a final call on whether to watch this flick or not because it all depends on your choice and preference.
Ekta Kapoor’s motive to sign Sunny Leone is fulfilled. In the name of acting, this former porn-star has only oozed oomph factor. If she would have done a little more than this, Ragini MMS 2 might be called an adult movie. Despite the censor board’s intervention, there are a few scenes which will leave you in sweat.
It seems that director Bhushan Patel had not much to say throughout the shoot except saying ‘cut’ on time.