Bhoot Review: Vicky Kaushal Horror Flick Is A Half Baked Plot

Bhoot review

This Friday, there are two major releases. One is Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar starrer Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan and Vicky Kaushal starrer Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship. Bhoot is a horror movie and it is one such concept where Bollywood can explore more and learn from Hollywood horror movies. It is based on a real story and it will give you goosebumps but with half baked story.


Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship Story

Bhoot: Part One The Haunted Ship Review
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It is a story of Prithvi played by Vicky Kaushal who stays in Mumbai alone. He works as a shipping officer. Prithvi has lost his wife portrayed by Bhumi Pednekar and his daughter in an accident. He considers himself responsible for the death of his wife and daughter, so he always remains in gilt of the same. Prithvi is so much traumatized with this that he sees his wife and daughter. He also takes treatment for hallucinations. But he does not take medicines as he always wants to see wife and daughter. His friend Riaz always tries to stop him from doing this, but he does not listen.

One day suddenly a deserted ship Sea-Bird arrives on the shore of Mumbai’s Juhu beach. There are many stories about Sea-Bird that it is haunted. The Mumbai public is in a panic due to the sudden arrival of this ship on the seashore. Prithvi goes inside the ship for inspection and strange things start happening with him. What is the secret of Sea-Bird? Is there any connection between the haunted ship and Vicky’s life? Watch out the movie for it.


Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship Review

Bhoot: Part One The Haunted Ship Review
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The story of the movie has loopholes, and it may not scare you like the Hollywood horror flicks. It is director Bhanu Pratap Singh’s first attempt to make a horror movie. Vicky Kaushal impressed with his performance. There is one song in the movie. The background score for any horror movie is the biggest thing to give a spine-chilling experience. But here Bhoot lacks in execution. The talent of promising actor Ashutosh Rana is wasted. The second half is dragged. Overall, if you want to watch a horror movie without much expectations then you can watch Bhoot. We give Bhoot 2.5 stars out of 5.

Have you watched the movie? How was it? Let us know in the comments below.

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