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Haunted House- Enter at (no) risk!
By Behindwoods News Bureau.
May 09, 2008


A small, content family (father, mother and son) move to Goa, into an old house. The house has something strange about it, is there someone else other than this family living there, is there a riddle in the dark- is there a ghost? The child is the only one who


knows, and this knowledge grows into friendship as the ghost of an old man and a child form a bond that is special. And, this bond is not without reason. The haunted house of Bhoothnath-enter at no risk.

With Amitabh Bachchan playing the friendly ghost, Juhi Chawla in a full length role and SRK in a very, very special appearance, the movie has all that it takes to be a box office success. The only thing that might give the producers a reason to worry is that last week’s horror flick Anamika has bombed at the box office.


Crime is a disease, meet the cure…. This is what has been revealed of Jimmy so far. Obviously, we can expect a one-man show here as the movie is the launch pad of Mimoh Chakravorthy, son of yesteryear superstar Mithun Chakravorthy. The trailers have suggested an all out attempt to showcase all the skills of Mimoh in full light. The makers say…. ‘Dance is in his DNA’.

Well, there is nothing much to say. This one should be purely commercial fare and will ride a lot on the shoulders of the young but strong looking Mimoh to carry it off, after all its his film. Too early to discuss his credentials.

From Last Week:

Mr. Black and Mr. White:

The movie failed to generate any substantial laughs and thus followed the line of flops that have been occurring with alarming regularity over the fortnight. Arshad Warsi and Suniel Shetty have failed in their attempt to light up the screen and the script did nothing to help.


A promising and suspense filled first hour did give hope but the second half which failed to keep the audience on the knife’s edge robbed the horror movie of one vital element- thrill. Lacking in sufficient thrill, Anamika, not backed by a strong star cast or great promotion, has lost the race at the box office. Too bad for a film that did look good to start with.


A few good reviews have helped it reach the ears of people but that is just about it. Hopes of any box office revival seem to have been forsaken, especially with Bhoothnath releasing this Friday.

Sneak Preview:


With the dark shadow of match fixing as the backdrop, the Mukesh Bhatt banner gets ready to unveil yet another film closely related to real life- Jannat. Cricket and match fixing formed quite a stormy pair in 200 and the ugly specter was spoken of again during the 2007 world cup. Bob Woolmer’s death was a tragedy that shook the cricketing world and interested tinsel town. Does Jannat try to tell us something about that?

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