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Watch Download Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship 2020 Movie Online
Watch Download Bhoot Part One The Haunted Ship 2020 Movie Online. As usual, Dharma is known for having different and unique location and Bhoot is no different having a haunted ship as the location. It is nicely inspired by the 2002 movie ghost ship and connected with the true incident that happened in Juhu giving it a relatable premise. Vicky Kaushal drives the entire film with his amazing performance, The movie with an emotional backdrop has an easy and obvious screenplay. The first half is good and sets you in a mood for getting frightened but later in the second half goes a little drag. After watching Bhoot Part one obviously there is no anticipation reserved for Part 2. Jako rakhe Ashutosh Rana maar sake na koi – The same that we saw in Raaz is the same here – who helps Vicky overcome the Bhoot Phenomena… There is this Mantra Jaap at the end done by Ashu which was also earlier shown in 1920 showing Hanuman Chalisa. The movie also gushes around how Vicky helps a girl child who is possessed..and investigates the backdrop about the haunting ship. Literally you cannot take horror experience with the Indian audience sitting beside.Auris hangover is so much that people are shouting hows the josh when Vicky is encountering the bhoot..There is no great music in the movie, only one song chana ve which not even heard and talked about in public. Hindi movie industry has always been ridiculed for making horror movies and why not because most of them are a mere mockery. Bhoot here starts off with a kickass storyline which I haven’t heard or seen in cinemas before. Sea-Bird – the ship, lands to Juhu beach of Mumbai out of nowhere and lie static. Vicky Kaushal as Prithvi, the leader who has a disturbing past tries to set the ship loose from the beach. As fate sealed it; it turns out to be haunted and now he needs to fight the battle with a ghost. Vicky Kaushal has brilliantly portrayed his character and Bhumi Pednekar in special appearance does justice to her role. Ashutosh Rana, on the other hand, one of the biggest let down and it is because of how his character is sketched. Meher Vij in her given screen time aces her role to perfection. The first half is filled with scare jumps and you are literally on the edge of your seat. When it comes to the second half it is more like solving the mystery and horror part become lesser yet it is important for the narrative. The climax sequence involving Ashutosh is a mere mockery for such a well-crafted movie. The camera tricks, CGI, and background score is top-notch and rarely can be seen in Indian movies. The backstory to give a reason behind the haunting is yet again a brownie point for the makers.