When a woman who lost her sense of sight at the age of five finally regains her ability to see as a young adult, the darkness that surrounds her still refuses to lift in a frightening voyage into the supernatural from director Shripal Morakhia. Naina was only a child, when as the moon moved in front of the sun on that fateful day in London, she lost both her eyesight and her parents in a tragic roadside accident. Fast forward 25 years later and Naina is finally released from her dark prison thanks to miraculous advances in modern medical science. Naina's horrors are far from over, though. Now, despite her ability to view the world around her, a deadly curse plagues Naina's waking hours as it slowly burrows its way into her psyche and drives her to the brink of madness. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Despite the "Language : English" description, there are very few words of English, 98% is Indian with subtitles!!!
The storyline sounds good in theory, but the execution of the movie was dreadful. The acting is pathetic... the heroine spends an amazing amount of time looking confused and making odd little noises of distress.
I rented the film after watching the film cover and find this film very atmospheric and enjoyable. The leading actress and others in the film acted pretty good. The story line was neat and background music was definately chilling which goes well with film. The make up of the shaven-headed kid in the hospital looked a bit fake but this is the only obvious flaw I can think of. I must add that Blockbuster must have accidently got this wrong by putting it in English film category as its in Hindi language. But dont the mistake stop you renting this film, espically if you are a mystery thriller fan, as this is a good film and well executed.
My rating 4.5/5.