Roohi is about two small-town boys Kattani (Varun Sharma) and Bhawra (Rajkummar Rao) who are known to kidnap brides for their grooms and forced into unwanted marriages, calling it "Pakdai Shadi". Their lives get complicated after kidnapping Janhvi Kapoor who is playing the role of both an ordinary girl, Roohi and Mudiya Pairi, Afza.
The roller coaster ride begins when and as the movie proceed you get to understand tasteless jokes wants you to laugh out loud and indeed Rajkummar and Varun are able to carry the movie on their shoulders. The first half of the film is filled with comedy punches but the second half falls flat. The comedy punches are really good but unfortunately even the “supposed horror scenes” also look like comedy scenes. The actors Rajkummar and Varun have done an amazing in pulling off their characters and Janhvi as both Afza and Roohi has also been great. Truly wondering why Roohi was made because even though it is of the horror-comedy genre, it only has comedy in the entire film. Another thing that is a major put-off in the film is playing safe by remaking the old songs instead of creating something new. Audiences would love it if there were efforts put into making new songs that would have definitely been icing on the cake.
All in all, Roohi is a kind of film that will lighten up the mood after soo long by watching the movie in your nearest theatres, but if you are looking for horror then you will be left disappointed.
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The trailer of the movie hints you towards impeccable VFX, and spooky soundtrack along with subtle details and nuances, Roohi will make you want more. Janhvi looks promising with her prosthetics and the Roohi official trailer is also filled with witch cliches which will make you want the movie as soon as it hits cinema halls. Time to take a look at the Roohi official trailer below.