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Roohi dvd

Janhvi Kapoor has begun shooting for the horror-comedy Roohi Afza, in which she stars alongside Rajkummar Rao and Varun Sharma.


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Roohi is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language comedy horror film directed by Hardik Mehta and produced by Dinesh Vijan under the banner Maddock Films.It tells the story of a ghost who abducts brides on their honeymoons. The film stars Rajkummar Rao, Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Sharma. It was announced on 29 March 2019 and filming kicked off on 14 June 2019 in Agra. The film was set to release in June 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic in India interrupted production. The film was theatrically released in India on 11 March 2021. The film received generally negative reviews from the critics for its convoluted plot


Bhawra and Kattanni are members of a village called Bagadpur, where it is customary for the girl to be kidnapped against her will by the guy who wishes to marry her. They are tasked by their boss and local kidnapping-gang leader Guniya Bhai to kidnap Roohi as part of a contract by a guy who wishes to marry her. However, a death in the family of the prospective groom forces them to keep her in hiding in an abandoned woodwork shop so that the marriage can take place after the funeral. During their stay, Bhawra realizes that Roohi is actually possessed by a demonic spirit, which is corroborated by her father while talking to the police about her kidnapping (Roohi was actually supposed to be married a year ago, but the groom and his family ran away after seeing the possessed Roohi before the ceremony).

During this time, Bhawra falls for Roohi and tries hard to coax the spirit from her body; Kattanni, however, is smitten by the demonic spirit who identifies herself as Afza and tries hard to bring her forward instead of Roohi so that he can talk to her. They learn from their various antics of exorcising that the spirit in Roohi is a ‘Mudiyapairi’ (a witch with backward turned feet) and she will not leave unless she gets married along with the girl she is possessing. Guniya Bhai, fearing the police investigation behind Roohi’s kidnapping, instructs them to abandon her, but they refuse, forcing him to send his henchmen to get the job done.

Bhawra, while trying to find the best way to exorcise Afza from Roohi, finds from an old woman (Sarita Joshi) that the ‘Mudiyapairi’ has to be tricked into marrying a man who is already married, which effectively makes her the mistress and forcing her to leave the body of the possessed woman. The old woman was actually possessed by the same witch, and had managed to exorcise the spirit, but not before the enraged spirit killed her supposed husband. The henchmen who reach the factory are attacked by Afza (one of them is murdered and the other severely injured), so Bhawra, Roohi, and Kattanni leave for a village called Chimmattipur, where Bhawra gets married to a dog for him to trick the witch. However, the villagers surround him and chastise him for bringing a ‘Mudiyapairi’ to their sacred village (having the power to exorcise lesser spirits and demons). Guniya Bhai arrives in Chimmattipur to take his revenge but realizes that Afza has to get married in less than a day (the witch who possesses the girl has to be married within a year, which otherwise would result in both their deaths). Eager to rebuild his reputation, Guniya Bhai tells Afza that she can marry the guy who had given the contract to marry Roohi, and she agrees.

Bhawra and Kattanni arrive at the wedding; Kattanni, decked in Bhawra’s groom attire, convinces Afza to marry him. However, they are interrupted by the old lady who tells Afza the marriage is a fraud, showing her the video of the dog wedding. She gets confused seeing Bhawra in the groom’s attire and mistaking him to be Kattanni. An enraged and desperate Afza commands Bhawra to marry him but is stopped by Roohi at the last minute as she did not want to marry anyone against her will. Roohi then decides to marry Afza (herself), thereby embracing the strength that Afza had given her rather than treat her as an enemy.

Roohi and Afza accept each other and leave Bhawra and Kattanni behind them.Bhawra and Kattanni did DDLJ iconic palat palat scene but Roohi didn’t see them. It left them wondering that whom she actually loved. When the police arrive along with Roohi’s father, they are told by the old woman that she has run away with herself, but she disappears the very next moment, thereby indicating that she might have been helping Afza all along as she had herself married “Mudiyapairi” in the past.



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