Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship is an upcoming Hindi language horror-thriller film that stars Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar and Ashutosh Rana in lead roles. The film was written and directed by the debutant Bhanu Pratap Singh. The film got produced by Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Shashank Khaitan under Dharma Productions, Zee Studios.
The film is scheduled to release on 21st February 2020. The film is based on true events that took place in Mumbai. The film tells the story of a couple on an abandoned ship. This is the first film of a planned horror film.
Akhil Sachdeva has composed background score and songs for the film, Pushkar Singh has handled the cinematography and the film got edited by Bodhaditya Banerjee.
The film was officially started in December 2018. The shooting for the film got completed in September 2019. The two official posters of the film were released simultaneously on 19th July 2019 with the release date. The film was initially scheduled to release on 15th November 2019 but got postponed and is now scheduled for release.
The makers of the film released other new posters of the film on 30th January 2020. The official teaser of the film got released on 31st January 2020 by Dharma Productions. Later, the trailer was released on 3rd February 2020. Both the teaser and trailer got a huge response from the audience.
Vicky Kaushal is again back after the film Uri: The Surgical Strike which released in February 2019. He is now busy working for the film Sardar Udham Singh directed by Udham Singh.
The trailer looks stunning with a haunting background score and gripping cinematography. The film can do well at the box-office if it gets a positive talk from the day1 of its release. We hope this film will be received well from the audience and turn out to be blockbuster.
Bhoot Twitter Review:
Fails to live up to its title… Weak writing… Lethargic pace… Few scares… Exhausting second half… Unconvincing backstory… #VickyKaushal is the only plus here. #BhootReview pic.twitter.com/UgDdchBTk9
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 21, 2020
#Bhoot is not worth the hype, your time and money. It fails to scare and thril you. Weak and predictable storyline, amateurish direction are biggest drawbacks. Will find the going tough at box office.
— Box Office News (@Box_Office_new) February 21, 2020
– Predictable Story
– Poor Screenplay
– Boring Second Half
– Average Direction
– Decent Acting By Vicky Kaushal
— Siddharth Mathur (@TheSidMathur) February 21, 2020
Saw #Bhoot last night & OH MY GOD, I have screamed out loud in the theater! People around me were screaming! By far the scariest Hindi movie I’ve seen in a while, it really does shake you right out of your chair & make your popcorn fall over the place!
— Nushrat Bharucha (@NushratBharucha) February 20, 2020
— BOX OFFICE INDIA (@Box_officeIndia) February 17, 2020
#Bhoot creats an unprecedented ambience for a hindi horror.
Spine chilling affair backed by a strong storyline. Bereft of usual tropes, it redefines the genre.@vickykaushal09 pitches in a hair raising performance. A spookfest best savoured on big screens.
— BollyFiesta (@BollyFiesta) February 20, 2020
#Bhoot has some really genuine scares! Saw a horror film after a long time and realized I do get scared 😅👻 Kudos brother @vickykaushal09 for carrying the film, you are superlative and solid! ❤️ @bhumipednekar aapne ek chance mein hi darra diya 🙈😐@DharmaMovies
— Amol (@amolparashar) February 20, 2020