A Scandall 2016 Film Critics Review Star Rating & First Day Collection Report

A Scandall 2016 Film Critics Review Star Rating & First Day Collection Report :- Bollywood adult horror thriller A Scandall has been released today the biggest attraction of this movie is that Harman Baweja’s brother Johny B Baweja is making his acting debut through this movie as he can be seen in lead roles alongside two hotties which are Reeth Mazumder and Tanvi Vyas. Recently unveiled hot promos & teasers of this film has already made a lot of buzz as people were seen discussing about this Ishan Shrivedi directorial too much on social media platforms.

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A Scandall Story Details

Kuhu, a 9 year old girl, drowns in a lake in Nainital. Soon after, her father, Manav falls off a cliff but lives on to lead a strange life of hallucinations and complete metamorphosis. Manav now sees his dead daughter. When Vidhu, a film school pass out, hears this story from his girlfriend Koya, he finds it interesting enough to turn it into a film. A small crew of four set out for Nainital, hoping to film paranormal activities going around Kuhu’s family. Very little they know that their exploits will lead them into a quagmire of incest, sex and an unsolved murder mystery.

Final Verdict :

Coming straght to the point A Scandall is a movie for those who like films filled with hot love making sequences and body show from hotties as both the actress have crossed all the limits of boldness here and Johny B Baweja has also complimented them very well. The movie is somewhat similar to Ragini MMS but you will definitely enjoy this one be sure not to go with your family to watch this venture.

A Scandall Star Rating – 3/5*

A Scandall 1st Day Collection – Rs 3.20 crore (approx)

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