This is the third installment of the success 1920 franchise and is a bit of a let down after the excellent first two parts. Jai , a shepherd is in love with a rich Rajasthani chieftain’s  (Surendra Pal) daughter Shivangi (Meera Chopra)  but her family is against their love and they vow to kill JAI and so under pressure she accuses Jai of harassing her in court and the judge sentences him to five years in jail. He comes out and then Meera comes to him saying that her husband Veersa (Vishal Karwal) is possessed by an evil spirit while staying at their castle in London and she pleads him to help her for old times sake and he agrees to exorcise  the spirit and comes to London and then begins his surprising fight against the evil spirit. But there is a surprising twist in the tale which shocks you? Tinu Suresh Desai makes a good debut but he relies heavily on special effects and a lot of mumbo-jumbo. Sharman Joshi is a reliable actor and does well in his rather difficult role. Meera Chopra does well and shows promise.  Sushmita Mukherjee, Arun Bali, Vishal Karwal, Surendra Pal, lend good support. The music is melodious and the songs are picturised well on exotic locations.  The film is a must for horror movie buffs.


At the box-office

The film has opened decently and will find audiences in B and C Class centers.

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