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Dobaara – See Your Evil is touted as one of the best Horror films Bollywood has ever created!

Directed by Prawaal Raman, Dobaara - See Your Evil that stars the brother-sister duo Huma Qureshi and Saqib Salim released in theatres this Friday. The film has received an overwhelming response for the genre it belongs to.

While some loved the way the film was shot, others were amazed by the performance the brother-sister duo showcased.

Prawaal Raman created an eerie atmosphere without delving too deep into a backstory – a common thing done in most Bollywood horrors that ruins the essence of the film. The inter-cut between separate time zones is something that really worked for the film and left the audience intrigued while they were anticipating the climax of the film.

Huma and Saqib have done a fantastic job playing the characters that they did. The sincerity is evident in several scenes of the film. Huma eating a light bulb in place of an apple will make you cringe with fear. Saqib’s character goes through a series of emotions and that’s what makes his character special. He has done a fine job showcasing it.

A stellar act by National Award winning actor Aadil Hussain, who plays the siblings’ father in the film, portrayed his character with immense conviction.

Dobaara is touted as one of the best horror films that Bollywood has ever created and all credit goes to the director Prawaal Raman. The film raises a lot of questions about supernatural creatures. Dobaara- See Your Evil will make you question your beliefs and the power of spirits.

साक्षात्कार डाट काम

साक्षात्कार डाट काम सूचित करता है। अब उन ही खबरों को अपडेट किया जाएगा , जिस इवेंट , प्रेस कांफ्रेंस में खुद शरीक हो रहा हू । इसका संपादन एडिटर इन चीफ सुशील गंगवार के माध्यम से किया जाता है। अगर कोई ये कहकर इवेंट , प्रेस कॉन्फ्रेंस अटेंड करता है कि मै साक्षात्कार डाट कॉम या इससे जुडी कोई और न्यूज़ वेबसाइट के लिए काम करता हू और पैसे का लेनदेन करता है, तो इसकी जिम्मेदारी खुद की होगी। उसकी कोई न्यूज़ साक्षात्कार डाट कॉम पर नहीं लगायी जायेगी। ..
Sushil Gangwar