The Body Movie Preview, Review And Rating | Emran Hashmi, Rishi Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala

Emran Hashmi has his dedicated fan base which he has managed to create through his sensational films. He is trying to come over his chocolate boy image in the recent past by signing offbeat films. The Body is one such film.

The film is unpredictable which is a good thing for a film belonging to the mystery genre. It will unravel sharp twists and turns.

The Body Movie Preview, Review And Rating | Emran Hashmi, Rishi Kapoor, Sobhita Dhulipala

Starcast and direction

Emran Hashmi will be playing the husband of the businesswomen whose body is the main feature of the film. Rishi Kapoor the veteran Bollywood star will be playing the role of the cop responsible for the investigation of the case. Sobhita Dhulipala and Vedhika Kumar are others among the star cast.


The thrill is what this movie guarantees for sure. You don’t see a dead body disappearing from the morgue daily.

The body is a remake of the Spanish film also having the name The Body. It was released in 2012. The mystery starts when surprisingly the body of the wife of Emran Hashmi went missing from the morgue. It was he who planned this cold-blooded murder.

Emran married her wife because of the immense money she had. He gives her poison in the opening scenes of the film to get rid of her. Rishi Kapoor playing the cop has a strong intuition that he has killed her wife. He does everything to find out the culprit of the murder.

In reality, her wife is not dead and makes quite some appearances on the screen from time to time. Most of the scenes of the film are filmed in the hospital and the ending of the story is below average, to be honest.

Release date

The audience can savor the film on the 13th of December. It will be released in the cinema houses across the country.

Josh Linus
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