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Smooth Contact Leisure’s Shubh Raatri (UA) is a suspense thriller. Aditya (Mehul Bhojak) and Rajlakshmi (Karnika Mandal) get married, however earlier than they consummate their marriage one thing horrible occurred. What’s it? Does Rahul have something to do with it? Rajan Agarwal’s story is ridiculously silly. The screenplay is stuffed with

Smooth Contact Leisure’s Shubh Raatri (UA) is a suspense thriller. Aditya (Mehul Bhojak) and Rajlakshmi (Karnika Mandal) get married, however earlier than they consummate their marriage one thing horrible occurred. What’s it? Does Rahul have something to do with it? Rajan Agarwal’s story is ridiculously silly. The screenplay is stuffed with holes and, subsequently, bores the audiences, making them marvel what function is served within the first place by making the movie. Dialogues are pedestrian. Mehul Bhojak is common within the function of Aditya. Karnika Mandal does an atypical job as Rajlakshmi. Shahid Mallya passes muster as Rajiv. Rahul Kumar hardly impresses as Rahul. Rajkumar Kanojia, Javed Haider, Anita Agarwal and Apurva Kavde lend atypical assist. Rahul Prajapati’s route is uninteresting. Music (by Vaishnav Deva) and lyrics (Pawan Mishra and Mumtaz Nikhat) are useful, at finest. Track picturisations (by Anis Khan and P.C. Jhaveri) are poor. Background music is inappropriate. Manoj C. Thakur’s camerawork hardly deserves point out. Motion and stunt scenes (Mukesh Rathod) lack thrill. Vijay Pal’s modifying leaves quite a bit to be desired. On the entire, Shubh Raatri is a flop fare.

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