Queen of Sajjangarh Movie Review Rating: 1.5/5 Stars (One and a half stars)
Star Cast: Priya Mishra, Ajit Pandit, Shivangi Sharma, Palak Singh, Alvirra Rana, Vaibhav Chauhan, Abhijeet Ghadge, Sanket Ranadive, Mazid Khan, Pramod Saini and Rajesh Dubeay
Director: Mahaveer Shringi
What’s Good: The considered mashing up numerous tried and examined issues of this style
What’s Bad: The execution of the above thought!
Loo Break: A number of of them!
Watch or Not?: With any expectations? Nope!
Starting with a music that includes guys in coats and ladies in bikinis dancing beside a swimming pool, the movie registers the intention of the viewers makers are targetting. Six associates attempt to go to Mumbai however are caught as a result of guidelines of lockdown. The stereotypical ‘millennials’ discover an deserted ‘haveli’ (after all!) to remain for an evening.
While exploring the haveli, they discover a door that holds a message that claims, “Darwaza khola toh fattegi” (You’ll get fuc*ed, in case you attempt to open this door). In a fact or dare recreation, Rahman from the group and is requested to enter the room. What occurs subsequent lays the bottom of the second half.
Queen of Sajjangarh Movie Review: Script Analysis
Director Mahaveer Shringi has additionally written, produced this enterprise. The thought of six associates sending an evening in a haunted haveli isn’t precisely new, however the addition of the ‘reincarnation’ angle offers the story its novel contact however comes with a load of points. A correct execution to this story would’ve modified the sport for the movie.
It additionally follows the age-old components of inclusion of uncalled-for s*x scenes in a horror movie. The movie’s cinematography lacks the joy (and good transitions) a film of this style ought to strictly possess. The absence of any jump-scares hampers the execution to match the imaginative and prescient of the makers.
Queen of Sajjangarh Movie Review: Star Performance
Priya Mishra will get the meatiest position of all because the witch ‘Bindiya’, and she or he suits the invoice. Ajit Pandit does his half okay because the mischievous stud of the group however doesn’t get a lot scope. From the group’s three girls – Shivangi Sharma, Palak Singh & Alivira Rana, Palak’s quirky additions again her character. Abhijeet Ghadge will get the concentrate on him by the interval, however he fails to utilise that, including nothing substantial within the performing division. Sanket Ranadive arrives & depart with out letting anybody learn about kt.
Queen of Sajjangarh Movie Review: Direction, Music
It’s a bounce from Koi Saath Hai to this for Mahaveer Shringi, however there nonetheless are too many loopholes to fill. This has been shot amid the lockdown, which isn’t a simple factor, however it’s all in regards to the closing product for the viewers.
The much-hyped music of Anup Jalota, Jasleen Matharu Tera Ishq Aavle Sa, fails to create any memorable influence for the movie. The ‘Sai’ music might be the perfect factor to return out of this movie. Background rating fails to generate the aura required by scary cinema.
Queen of Sajjangarh Movie Review: The Last Word
All mentioned and achieved, Mahaveer Shringi had a profitable thought in his hand, however it comes with the bane of correct execution. Following the normal components of horror movies, this makes some errors in between costing the makers a very good film.
One and a half stars!
Queen of Sajjangarh Trailer
Queen of Sajjangarh releases on third May 2021.
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