Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship is a Bhanu Pratap Singh’s story and direction Bollywood horror film, released on 21 February 2020. Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar, and Ashutosh Rana played the leading role in this film.
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Star Cast of Bhoot The Haunted Ship
- Vicky Kaushal … Sumit Desai
- Bhumi Pednekar … Esha Mukherjee
- Ashutosh Rana … Kaashinath Mukherjee
- Siddhanth Kapoor … Rahul Singh
- Bhanu Pratap Singh
- Hiroo Yash Johar
- Karan Johar
- Apoorva Mehta
- Shashank Khaitan
Bhoot The Haunted Ship Reviews by Top Critics
Times of India
Generally, the horror films have a few hallmarks to effectively scare its audience. These include well-timed jumpscares, an alarming background score, believable computer graphics (CGI) and make-up (wherever required) that makes the characters look genuinely scary. ‘Bhoot Part One – The Haunted Ship’ manages to throw in a few terrifying moments while keeping the background score subtle. However, the CGI often gives away, but the cinematography is dark and consistently good. The make-up ends up making the characters look unintentionally funny, rather than scary.Visit site for full review.
Bhoot in the end leaves a lot more questions unanswered and leaves you with a feeling of incompleteness. The explanation for that though is there in the title itself – Part One – which means that there is a second part to follow soon to tie up all the loose ends. Whether Vicky Kaushal’s charisma alone is enough to lead audiences back to the theatres for a second round remains to be seen. If you are a fan of the horror genre, you may find bits and piece to keep you hooked. Technically, the movie is a visual delight, specially the scenes set within the dilapidated ship, but sadly the plot doesn’t keep the same pace and that proves a bit of a let down.Visit site for full review.
A cracking horror film should have enough scares that startle you and jolt you out of your seats, but Vicky Kaushal’s scream-fest Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship barely scrapes by in that department.
Director Bhanu Pratap Singh has its golden moments but doesn’t come together as a whole. It’s patchy when it comes to thrills, but it doesn’t bore you to death either. And my real fear? The movie ends with a teaser to its sequel and that’s what is truly scary. Do you really need to have a second installment when the first isn’t always spine-chilling?Visit site for full review.
Vicky Kaushal is all set to hit his entry into the horror genre with director Bhanu Pratap Singh’s Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship. In the film, he are going to be seen because the surveying officer of Seabird, an unmanned ship which washes ashore in Mumbai. As he tries to research what actually happened within the ship, an spirit wreaks havoc on him. Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship is said to be inspired by MV Wisdom, the 9,000-tonne cargo ship that was found stranded on Juhu Beach in June 2011. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Vicky confirmed that the incident was the ‘germ’ for the film.Visit site for full review.