Rokkk (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 10 mins Horror, Thriller
Critics Score
63%
Total Reviews: 8
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Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: ROKKK hinges on a half-baked script but what saves the film from complete breakdown is the execution of the material by...

Average Critic Rating: (2.69)
Cast: Udita Goswami , Shaad Randhawa , Nishigandha Wad , Tanushree Dutta , Sachin Khedekar , Ashwini Kalsekar , Murli Sharma , Arif Zakaria
Director: Rajesh Ranshinge
Release Date: 05 Mar 2010

Plot: The story narrates two female protagonists Anushka ( Tanushree Dutta ) and Ahana ( Udita Goswami ). Ahana and Anushka are sisters. Anushka is married to an elderly man; Ravi ( Sachin Khedekar ). He is a widower and ties the knot with her after his first wife, Pooja's unknown Read more

Rokkk - Top Reviews

ROKKK hinges on a half-baked script but what saves the film from complete breakdown is the execution of the material by...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Newly-married Tanushree Dutta finds her marital bliss turning into horror when her new house ends up as haunted. There seems to be a strange inmate -- a mysterious weeping child -- who is forcing her to do strange things. Will her sister Udita Goswami man
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India

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Anushka [Tanushree Dutta] weds an elderly man Ravi [Sachin Khedekar], who has remarried after the de...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
he story begins with Anushka (tanushree) who marries a rather elderly Ravi (sachin) who has lost his first wife. As part of their wedding gift, Ravi gifts her a home and they decide to start their life with beautiful dreams. However, all that changes into
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The trend of horror movies is back again in Bollywood with three horror movies that are ready for ...
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Rokkk Movie: Anushka [Tanushree Dutta] weds an elderly man Ravi [Sachin Khedekar], who has remarried...
Sulekha Reviewer, Sulekha
The good cast is wasted
S Pankaj, Smash Hits
'Rokkk', coming after 'Click' this week's Bollywood's scare call unfortunately has little personality of its own. With enough genre inconsistencies and plot holes to make it a textbook example of borrowing from too many divergent horror films to get anything right, the movie does injects some creepiness but that comes very late in the end bringing death to the excitement required for such flicks coming across in muted fashion.
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