The film is directed by Tinu Suresh Desai.
After working around with erotica in Love Games, Vikram Bhatt is ready with his next project in another favourite genre of his - horror! This time, the film is directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, to a story written by Vikram Bhatt.
The 1920 series had struck a chord with the audience thanks to its amalgamation of horror elements with the period setting of the British era. The first film starred Rajneesh Duggal and Adah Sharma was a surprise hit, leading to a sequel 1920 - Evil Returns, that starred Aftab Shivdasani and Tia Bajpai. Now a third film from the same franchise with return this year, 1920 London.
The film follows a young Indian couple settled in London (Vishal Karwal and Meera Chopra) in the 1920's. One night the husband gets possessed by a witch and the wife has to take the help of a priest (Sharman Joshi) to save her husband. This is what the first trailer of the film showed us.
First things first, 1920 London is a nice followup to last week's release Ki & Ka! Why you ask? Well, in a rare case of Bollywood horror, the husband is shown getting possessed here instead of the wife! If you remember any Bollywood horror film, it's always the wife or the girlfriend who gets possessed throughout like both the 1920 films, Raat, Bhoot etc. There are couple of scary shots in the trailer itself, and Sharman Joshi gives a good account of himself. Meera Chopra, Priyanka Chopra's cousin who made her Bollywood debut in Gang of Ghosts and had also acted in a few South films, looks very pretty. The last scene of the trailer is very eerie and can send shivers down your spine!
On the downside, the looks of the demons are kinda getting repetitive. Certain CGI effects look totally fake while the 3D shots looks like an unnecessary addition.
Watch the trailer here...
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