Bhoot is a Hindi Language 2020 film directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh and Produced by Hiroo Yash Johar, Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Shashank Khaitan under the Production Companies of Dharma Productions and Zee Studios. The film was distributed by Zee Studios. The movie was scheduled to be released on 21 February 2020.
The film stars Vicky Kaushal as Sumit Desai, Bhumi Pednekar as Esha Mukherjee, Ashutosh Rana as Kaashinath Mukherjee and Siddhanth Kapoor as Rahul Singh in the lead roles. The 114 minutes is the run time of the film. This film Belongs to the Horror Genre. The film is based on the true events that took place in Mumbai and also the story of a couple on an abandoned ship lying static on a bench.
The music of the film was composed by Akhil Sachdeva and Background score by Ketan Sodha. The cinematography is by Pushkar Singh and Edited by Bhodhaditya Banerjee. The Principal Photography of the film began in December 2018 and was wrapped up in September 2019.
The official posters of the film were released on 19 July 2019 by Vicky Kaushal along with the release date of the film. The new release date of the film was published in a poster on 20 September 2020.
The film was initially scheduled to release on 15 November 2019 but was postponed to 21 February 2020. The official teaser of the film was published on 31 January 2020 and the official trailer was unveiled on 3rd February 2020 by Dharma Productions. The Trailer got a good response with 26M views and 448K likes to date.
Vicky Kaushal had good films in 2018 by playing supporting roles in Raazi and Sanju which brought him huge fame. And in the same year, he had acted in Netflix films Love Per Square Foot and Lust Stories. Then he played a lead role in Uri: The Surgical Strike in 2019 for which he received the National Film Award for Best Actor.
Bhoot Movie Twitter Talk:
#Bhoot – Genuine no nonsense horror film with some great scare moments. First half is excellent, second half is average but picks up well towards the end . Vicky Kaushal delivers a powerful performance. BG score & visuals are top notch. Recommend.
Rating- ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #BhootReview
— Sumit kadel (@SumitkadeI) February 20, 2020
#Bhoot is a decent film. 1st half is good. 2nd half disappoints. Superb story but writing and direction spoils the fun. Good BGM & Acting. After a point horror scenes falls flat, though some scene were exceptional! Running time could have easily been shorten#BhootReview – 2.5/5 pic.twitter.com/JTIrhPqjMq
— BOX OFFICE INDIA (@Box_officeIndia) February 21, 2020
#BhootTheHauntedShip is very ordinary film. Nothing to shout about. Weak & incoherent writing. A few scary & interesting moments in the 1st half but becomes clichéd in the 2nd half. Climax too is not impactful! #VickyKaushal is the only saving grace.
— Aavishkar (@aavishhkar) February 20, 2020
#Bhoot is very scary movie. Background music of the film supports the film.@vickykaushal09 is carrying the film very well and did good job. @bhumipednekar also did decent job in her special appearance role.
Rating 3.5 star#BhootReview
— Pankaj Pandey (@ZhakkasBolly) February 20, 2020
Fails to live up to its title… Weak writing… Lethargic pace… Few scares… Exhausting second half… Unconvincing backstory… #VickyKaushal is the only plus here. #BhootReview pic.twitter.com/UgDdchBTk9
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 21, 2020
#Bhoot creats an unprecedented ambience for a hindi horror.
Spine chilling affair backed by a strong storyline. Bereft of usual tropes, it redefines the genre.@vickykaushal09 pitches in a hair raising performance. A spookfest best savoured on big screens.
— BollyFiesta (@BollyFiesta) February 20, 2020
– Predictable Story
– Poor Screenplay
– Boring Second Half
– Average Direction
– Decent Acting By Vicky Kaushal
Final Verdict – #Bhoot is not scary ! Second half makes the film super boring. pic.twitter.com/dnkUZoTnxf
— Siddharth Mathur (@TheSidMathur) February 21, 2020