Sunny Leone, in 'Ragini MMS 2', can act: Movie review

Mar 22 2014, 20:22 IST
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The lusciously curved Sunny Leone fits 'Ragini MMS 2' like her tight sheaths. The lusciously curved Sunny Leone fits 'Ragini MMS 2' like her tight sheaths.
SummarySunny Leone fits her part like her tight sheaths and makes 'Ragini MMS 2' Bollywood's first adult sex-horror flick...

Sunny Leone in Ragini MMS 2: Movie Review

Star Cast: Sunny Leone, Pravin Dabas, Karan Mehra, Sandhya Mridul, Divya Dutta

Director: Bhushan Patel

Ratings: **1/2

A film unit goes off to a deserted house in the middle of a forest for a shoot. Because this is a sequel to 'Ragini MMS', we are already primed for what is about to happen: a vengeful spirit will get after the humans, and scare us witless in the process.

The original film boasted a dirty weekend between a horny fellow and his nervous-but-willing girlfriend. That one got the 'dirty' bit right, but slid off on the scary aspect, being more tell than show. The sequel goes much further in the down-and-dirty aspect, because it has a perfect lead to deliver on its promises. The lusciously curved Sunny Leone fits her part like her tight sheaths, and makes 'Ragini MMS 2' Bollywood's first unabashed adult sex-horror flick, begging the Ramsay Bros pardon.

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Ragini MMS 2

Ms Leone, who is called Sunny in the movie (just in case there is any confusion, either for her or us) has been hired by a director (Pravin Dabas) who wants to make a film on the Ragini case. We are treated to a lingering exhibition of Sunny's pneumatic wares, and lest we think she is all bod, no brains, the dialogue-writer gives her such lines as this director: is it hot or is it you? Sunny: err, global warming?

Right, got that. After which, there is the haunted house, and the 'chudail', and Sunny and her endless array of baby-doll night-wear, and the members of the cast who rattle about the place, waiting for their turn. There's Sandhya Mridul, acting so well against type as the hair-brained wannabe who knows that she has to 'compro' to get somewhere. Karan Mehra, the TV star who has a great line about TV actors (this being an Ekta Kapoor production, there must have been a great deal of chortling when these 'inner joke' dialogues were dreamt up). And Divya Dutta playing the mandatory 'psychiatrist' with a book of 'mantras' at hand to chase evil spirits away.

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Despite its harum-scarum script and barely-there logic (why would the senior crew members

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