Set in London, the film spins around Natasha Merchant (Huma Qureshi) and her sibling Kabir (Saqib Saleem) who has been as of late discharged from a remedial office. Kabir was sentenced for killing his folks as a child, however the kin trust that it was all the doings of a “spooky” mirror which their dad Alex (Adil Hussain) had obtained from an old fashioned shop, uninformed that it’s controlled by a Caucasian soul named Ana (Madalina Bellariu Ion) who has some vile plans in store for them.
Gradually Ana starts to entice Alex and take control over his psyche. With exchanges like ‘A few stains take hundreds of years to clean’ and ‘People are prepared to do all shades of malice’, he is controlled by her to carry out a wrongdoing before he capitulates to a sad end. It’s retribution time now and an adult Natasha is never going to budge on demonstrating that the mirror was exclusively in charge of the catastrophe that came upon on her family. At first, Kabir is somewhat hesitant to join his sister in “slaughtering” the mirror yet later gives in when he understands that history is good to go to rehash ‘dobaara’.
Huma Qureshi neglects to inspire. She begins off her part well however winds up wavering as her trades get dreary. All things considered she has her own sparkling minutes in the film. Saqib Saleem sets up a fair demonstration yet at the same time remains underutilized in the film. Perhaps another shot dobaara’? Lisa Ray hams minus all potential limitations. Then again, Madalina Bellariu Ion’s complemented Hindi alarms you more than her part of an underhanded soul!
What’s more, yes, I am as yet attempting to make sense of Rhea Chakraborty’s part in the film! At long last going to the man existing apart from everything else, Adil Hussain who stands tall among all in the cast. His change from a hovering father to a fierce man is very aggravating and figures out how to send shudders down the spine.
Decision: more or less, ‘Dobaara: See Your Evil’ is a good one-time observe exclusively for the idea! Promote, in the event that you ask ‘Mirror reflect on the divider’, is this film scariest of all?’ The answer would be ‘just a couple of scenes, that’s it in a nutshell’!