Whoever said Bollywood only makes the same insipid films with the same insipid
storylines? In this case, though, a large population would have preferred the
tried and tested path. But, I digress. So, where do we begin? We have three sisters
who live together. And for those of you who are thinking that the movie will be
on the lines of 'Girls Hostel', hold that thought right there. There is going
to be a twist in the tale at the very beginning.
The eldest of the sisters, Anjana, works as the secretary of Ravi. One fine day
in office, she starts acting weird: she types 'I Love You' on official letters,
and stands with her skirt raised high above her knees - several viewers did not
seem to have any objection to the second part, but Ravi thinks she needs a change,
and takes her out on vacation. Here it should be pointed out that the film does
not unfold on the lines of 'Chamiya 2000', though the gentleman next to me seemed
despondent it did not.
During their holiday, it is discovered that some supernatural force has possessed
Anjana - there we go again. In comes Inspector Singh and he starts investigating.
When not much comes out of it, a certain Prof. Bhatnagar comes into the picture.
He is a psychologist, and comes to the conclusion that the spirit has to be that
of a former lover of Anjana's called Aman.
To exorcise the spirit, a pandit (Kiran Kumar - the one face that is familiar)
performs some havan and frees her. Anajana and Ravi get engaged, and the film
comes to an end.
About the other actors, it is understandable. But, what compelled Kiran Kumar
to take up the film? Is this what happens to good actors when film offers stop
coming in? The songs are as good or as bad as you may expect of films of this
genre. What takes the cake, though, is the attempted humour. The sheer alacrity
with which it fails is quite astonishing. Even we make better efforts than those.
Just a cautionary word. Do not think the film is meant for your family - like
the sole family in the theater thought.