Khamoshi: Movie Review

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Directed by – Chakri Toleti

Produced by – Vashu Bhagnani

Starring – Tamannaah, Prabhu Deva, Bhumika Chawla, Sanjay Suri, Deepak Anand

One chilly night, a hard of hearing and-quiet young lady in a gigantic house and a relentless killer on free. Simply the ideal fixings you have to hand out a holding spine chiller! Notwithstanding, Prabhudheva-Tamannaah’s Khamoshi misses the mark concerning being that sharp watch as executive Chakri Toleti vacillates with regards to an ideal mix of chills and excites.

Surbhi (Tamannaah), a hard of hearing and-quiet lady was received as a child by a rich woman. After the last’s death, an adult Surbhi chooses to give half of her riches to a halfway house. In the interim, there’s a couple, Mr and Mrs Desai (Sanjay Suri and Bhumika Chawla) who appear to be very annoyed with Surbhi’s choice. Yet, a ‘great hearted’ Surbhi chooses to proceed with choice, ignorant that the night ahead has some ‘executioner’ shock coming up for her as Dev (Prabhudheva), a schizophrenic patient slipping away from a psychological refuge. With dead bodies before long heaping up at the land, will Surbhi overwhelm Dev in this round of find the stowaway?

A film like Khamoshi needs some tight composition to keep you snared to your seats. Lamentably, the authors charge normal in that office. At spots, the screenplay dunks with dull ness leaking in the plot. It’s the two leads’ exhibitions which help you to cruise through the film.

While Kartik Subbaraj’s Mercury had Prabhudheva playing a visually impaired, mercury harming influenced man who goes on a slaughtering binge, the entertainer once more shows a flavorful wickness in Chakri Toleti’s Khamoshi. He gives you enough ‘crawls’ and ‘chills’ in this chasing game.

Tamannaah Bhatia as a young lady stuck up in a super-startling circumstance gets her feelings slam into. Sanjay Suri and Bhumika Chawla never get an extension to perform; accuse their ineffectively outlined jobs.

While somewhat more refined composing would have increased the game, it’s Prabhudheva’s bone-chilling act and Tamannaah Bhatia’s defenselessness that keeps you stuck to the screen in ‘Khamoshi’.

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