Khamoshh - Khauff Ki Raat
Producer: Rahul Aggarwal, Deepak Tijori
Director: Deepak Tijori
Cast: Shilpa Shetty, Juhi Chawla, Rajeev Singh, Shahwar Ali, Rajat Bedi, Kainaaz, Vrajesh Hirjee and Rakhi Sawant
The Indian actress Kashmira (Rakhi Sawant) is driving to a shooting location
with her secretary (Avinash). Sonia (Shilpa Shetty) is also on the same
route. She?s a bar dancer and high society escort girl whose suddenly made a
killing in bar and picked up enough money to try and pick up pieces of her
A recently married man (Vishwajeet Pradhan) is travelling with his wife and
step-child. After some problems, he stops his car and the steps outside with
his wife. Avinash drives past and accidentally bumps into the woman,
grievously wounding her.
Avinash tries to take the woman to the hospital, and leaves her at a motel
before he tries to go to the hospital to pick up a doctor (dunno why he
doesn?t take her to the hospital directly). He meets Sonia on the way and his
car breaks down too. Then he meets Varun (Rajat Bedi) and his wife Mehek
(Kainaaz) and takes a lift back to the motel.
All of them stay at the motel which is managed by the sleazy Adi (Hrajesh
Virjee) who keeps saying ?this is India? a hundred times over. A cop (Shahwar
Ali) brings along a killer (Kelly Dorjee) to the motel as well. Suddenly
members from this groups of strangers are killed one by one? who is
So what is Juhi Chawla doing in the film? In between these killings, Saakshi
Sagar (Juhi Chawla) has convened a meeting of judges and lawyers in a case
where she tries to tell how a killer is having a split personality. The
connection to the rest of the characters forms the climax of the film.
Khamoshh - Khauff Ki Raat is a remake of the Hollywood flick Identity [2003;
John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet]. The ilm could have been an ideal
popcorn movie with flair, style and intelligence. However the film falters in
each and every aspect, like writing, screenplay, narrative, performance and
above all climax.
Performances are too loud. Rajeev Singh is good. Shilpa Shetty is pretty
sincere and sexy as well. Rakhi Sawant is bad and her voice has had to be
dubbed as well. Shawar Ali doesn't impress. Kainaaz and Rajat Bedi are
effective enough. Vrajesh Hirjee is extremely efficient. Kelly Dorjee gets no
lines to deliver. On the whole the film has absolutely nothing to offer.