Shobha Mathur lives a wealthy lifestyle with her Professor dad, who is now carrying out experiments on various issues. One day while doing so, he makes an employee named Manohar drink a portion, which results in his death. Rajan comes to their rescue, gets rid of the body, and starts blackmailing Mathur, which can only end when Shobha marries Rajan. Then one day Shobha meets a poet by the name of Sudarshan and both of them fall in love. When he asks for her hand in marriage, Shobha refuses. The next day Shobha finds a note addressed to her from Sudarshan in which he has stated that he is going to kill himself. Thereafter, every night she starts to hear Sudarshan's voice, blaming her for his death, as his soul is unable to find solace. With Sudarshan out of the way, Rajan readies himself for marrying Shobha - and it looks like he may have his way with the Mathurs after all - without having to encounter any more obstacles.
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Cory B (ag) wrote: Not as thrilling as Anarchy, but the story and characters kept me sucked in for the entire film. The election storyline and political themes couldn't be more appropriate with our current election and the way it's going, found it to be the best part about the movie. The acting all around is good and the frightening characters are frightening, but I just feel a little numb to the horror in the world and nothing is truly surprising anymore. Still a worthy successor.
Robert I (br) wrote: Ah, the intentionally bad movie. There's something queer about these experiments, because what made the 50s alien scare films the classics they are today is their sincerity; they weren't trying to be over the top awful - it just happened. Granted, they had their tongue firmly planted in their cheek. Anyway, this film is a loving homage to that genre. A genre I don't really care for. Kind of well made, but also made to look intentionally bad. This is no "Black Dynamite".
Eduardo B (nl) wrote: This film about terrorism and torture falls short, but will certainly start debates.
Chris S (gb) wrote: Pretty interesting concept for a sequel to The Little Mermaid. It was decent.
Ben T (us) wrote: Decent but I could've been funnier. B-.
Juuso L (kr) wrote: I liked the style of the animation, how the characters looked like etc. But other than that, hell let's be honest here: the story is almost as flat as the whole thing is boring. BORING!
Rob A (ca) wrote: Wilder & Pryor are awesome together! Unfortunately, the movie itself is pretty weak.