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1920: Evil Returns - A Horror Film Review
1920: Evil Returns is a sequel to the 2008 film 1920, which was directed by Vikram Bhatt. The sequel is directed by Bhushan Patel and written by Vikram Bhatt and Amin Hajee. The film stars Aftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai, Vidya Malvade and Sharad Kelkar in the lead roles. The film is set in the year 1920 and revolves around a poet who falls in love with a fan he has never seen. They eventually meet, but she is haunted by a demon. Will the two be able to live happily ever after?
Jaidev Varma (Aftab Shivdasani) is a poet who lives in Shimla. He is depressed and lonely after the death of his sister Karuna (Vidya Malvade). He finds solace in writing letters to his fan Smriti (Tia Bajpai), who lives in Kolkata. He does not know her face or name, but he feels a strong connection with her. One day, he receives a letter from Smriti saying that she is coming to meet him. He is overjoyed and prepares to welcome her.
However, things take a dark turn when he finds Smriti unconscious on the road. He takes her to his house and calls a doctor. The doctor tells him that Smriti is suffering from amnesia and does not remember anything about her past. Jaidev decides to take care of her until she recovers her memory. He also hopes to confess his love to her.
Meanwhile, Smriti starts experiencing strange and terrifying visions of a ghostly woman who claims to be her sister. She also hears voices and sees blood on the walls. She realizes that she is possessed by an evil spirit who wants to kill her and Jaidev. She tries to warn Jaidev, but he does not believe her.
The spirit reveals itself to be Sangeeta (Vidya Malvade), who was Jaidev's sister and Smriti's best friend. She tells Smriti that she was in love with Jaidev, but he did not reciprocate her feelings. She became jealous of Smriti and killed her by pushing her off a cliff. She then committed suicide by hanging herself from a tree. She says that she has come back to take revenge on Jaidev and Smriti for betraying her.
Jaidev learns the truth from his friend Amar (Sharad Kelkar), who is a psychic and an exorcist. He tells him that Sangeeta's spirit is very powerful and can only be defeated by a sacred amulet that belongs to Smriti's family. He also tells him that Smriti is actually his wife, whom he married in a secret ceremony before she left for Shimla. He says that he sent her letters to Jaidev as a prank, but he did not know that they would fall in love.
Jaidev decides to save Smriti from Sangeeta's wrath. He travels to Kolkata with Amar and finds the amulet in Smriti's house. He also meets Smriti's parents, who are shocked to see him. They tell him that Smriti had run away from home after they refused to accept her marriage with Amar.
Jaidev returns to Shimla with the amulet and confronts Sangeeta's spirit. He manages to free Smriti from her possession by using the amulet and his love for her. He also forgives Sangeeta for her sins and asks her to rest in peace. Sangeeta's spirit disappears and Jaidev and Smriti embrace each other.
1920: Evil Returns received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Some praised the film for its cinematography, music and scares, while others criticized it for its clichéd plot, poor performances and borrowed horror scenes.
The Times of India gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and wrote: "1920: Evil Returns has enough and more in store to scare you."
Koimoi gave the film 2 out of 5 stars and wrote: "The brazenly lifted horror scenes; performances; the jarring sounds."
IMDb gave the film 4.9 out of 10 based on user ratings and wrote: "Another mediocre film churned out for the fans of horror genre."
1920: Evil Returns is a horror film that tries to scare you with its spooky atmosphere, sound effects and jump scares. However, it fails to impress you with its originality, logic and acting. The film is a sequel in name only, as it has no connection with the first film. The film is only recommended for die-hard fans of horror genre who do not mind watching a recycled and predictable story.