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1921

Released Date : Jan 12, 2018

Directed by : Vikram Bhatt

Box Office : 15.95 Crores

Genre : Horror

Directed and produced by Vikram Bhatt, 1921 is the fourth film in the 1920 franchise. Set in a beautiful English countryside, the movies glides through the dark alleys of colonial England.


Ayush (Karan Kundra), a pianist, settles down in London to learn music. The mansion he stays in is a breeding ground for paranormal activity. In its dark rooms, lies an even darker secret. Secrets, you wouldn`t want to know, lest it haunts your dreams for aeons. Rose (Zareen Khan), a ghost whisperer, joins him in this daunting quest to hunt down evil. Little does the simpleton Ayush know, the reason behind Rose`s unwavering support. Rose and Ayush slip into a whirlpool of romance and drown in a pool of love. Can they beat death together?

Status

Released

Production Company

Motion Picture, Capital LoneRanger Productions

Release Date

January 12,2018

Music Director

Harish Sagane

Shooting Location

India

Genre

Horror

Language

Hindi

Budget

  15crore

Producer

Vikram Bhatt

director

Vikram Bhatt

Distributed by

Reliance Entertainment

cinematographer

Prakash Kutty

editor

Kuldeep Mehan

screenplay

Vikram Bhatt

Other Site Expert Review

Site: Filmcompanion     Review By- Rahul Desai

In 1921, even Bhatt loses track of who the ghoul haunting York’s post-World-War-I “Wadia Manor” is. In the end, all roads lead to a backstory about incomplete love, untimely deaths and incoherent ghosts with laryngitis. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Bollywood Hungama     Review By- Bollywood Hungama

1921 is a routine horror drama that offers nothing new. At the box office, it may find some audience during the weekend but later on, it will find it difficult to sustain. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Koimoi     Review By- Shikta

The movie definitely succeeds in creating an eerie atmosphere at times and has some well-directed and executed horror sequences. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Times Of India     Review By- Reza Noorani

The production is impressive and the mood that Bhatt creates, with dim candle lights, is actually effective, but the film quickly develops a formula and your attention wavers. While Bhatt has managed to piece together the disjointed ends of his extremely laborious story, and there is a climax that one did not expect, it already too late. With the number of songs in the film, which all sound the same, `1921` is more of a horror-musical. Even if you are weak-hearted, this one will not scare you for too long. Source : Visit site for more

Site: Rediff     Review By- Urvi Parikh

In 1921, you seeing so much of the spooks that you stop caring by the time the clock turns to hour two.
Bhatt`s story has an interesting climax, but by the time you get there, you have exhausted all patience.
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Schedule   Collection Amount (in crores)  
Opening day 1.56
End of opening week 6.45
End of week 1 11.58
End of week 2 3.36
End of week 3 0.73
End of week 4 0.25
End of week 5 0.03
Lifetime 15.95
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