Call it the writer’s block or the screenplay trauma, most flicks these days often ruin their second half after having begun on a promising note.
Dobaara fails to recover from the absolute lack of energy that sets in in the first hour.
What will you watch this weekend? Batwatch, Wonder Woman or Doobaara?
With Dobaara: See Your Evil hitting the marquee this week, it won’t be a bad idea to go down memory lane and revisit the few quality horror films in Bollywood.
Dobaara director Prawaal Raman says the biggest advice he can give to make a horror film is to not play it safe.
In an interview with Firstpost, Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem talk about Dobaara: See Your Evil, and why it's different from the horror films Bollywod has churned out so far