NH8 is all about four friends, Auroshikha Dey, Ravneet Kaur, Satyakaam Anand and Arjun Fauzdar who risk their lives to make quick money.
They get a contract to make a documentary on Nidhivan, a mysterious place in Mathura. According to many, no one manages to survive at night in Nidhivan as Lord Krishna and Radha perform their Ras Lila at the time.
Now, this team of four, into a SUV and are off to walk the forbidden path and as expected things go wrong.
Instead of starting the film in Nidhivan, our esteemed writer-director Munindra Gupta has tried to build up the suspense from the word go and in doing this has messed up the film from the word go. Oops!!
Mundane scenes like lights going on and off, car breaking down in the middle of nowhere, suddenly voices, wind and many more make up their road trip to Nidhivan.
Post reaching Nidhivan, one expects the film to take a turn, but then nothing much happens there. The climax of NH8, I believe has been written by a two year child because it very incept and silly.
After torturing you for about two hours with this one, Munindra Gupta manages to make you laugh with the climax, something that we all should applaud Munindra Gupta for.
Barring a horrible script, the dialogues of NH8 stand a clear change of winning the Worst Dialogues of the year award.
All one gets to her are words like – Yaar, Yaar Yaar and then Sir, Sir Sir. Wow!! I am actually loving this one.
The film is technically poor and lets not talk about any performances as they are none.
All in all, HN8, is a product that should have better been in the cans.
Don’t even dare to see this one guys!!
It's juvenile, it's finny instead of being scary and it's all over the place; well, we are talking about NH8, the film that has just released. NH8 ...0.5