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?
Motion Picture, Capital LoneRanger Productions
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)|
|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|