How to Download and Watch 1920: Evil Returns, the Spooky Sequel to 1920
If you are a fan of horror movies, you might have heard of 1920: Evil Returns, the 2012 Indian horror film written by Vikram Bhatt and directed by Bhushan Patel. The film is a quasi-sequel to the 2008 film 1920, which was also written by Bhatt and was a hit at the box office. The film stars Aftab Shivdasani, Tia Bajpai, Vidya Malvade and Sharad Kelkar in the lead roles.
The film is set in Shimla in 1920, where Jaidev Verma (Shivdasani), a famous poet, lives a lonely life after losing his love Smriti (Bajpai) in an accident. One day, he finds an unconscious girl near a lake and brings her home. He names her Sangeeta and feels a connection with her. However, he soon realizes that she is possessed by an evil spirit who wants him dead. He seeks the help of a cemetery keeper (Kelkar) who reveals that Sangeeta is actually Smriti, who was brought back to life by black magic. Jaidev has to face the dark secrets of his past and fight the evil spirit to save his love.
The film is a blend of romance, drama and horror, with some spine-chilling scenes and effects. The film also has some melodious songs composed by Chirantan Bhatt and sung by Sonu Nigam, Arijit Singh, Mahalakshmi Iyer and others. The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, but was a commercial success, earning â¹280.4 million at the box office.
If you are interested in watching this film, you can download it from various online platforms such as YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar and others. You can also watch it online on these platforms if you have a subscription or a rental option. However, before you download or watch this film, make sure you have a good internet connection and a compatible device. Also, be aware of the legal and ethical issues of downloading or streaming pirated content.
So, if you are looking for a thrilling and scary movie to watch this weekend, you can give 1920: Evil Returns a try. But be prepared to get spooked!
If you want to know more about the film and its making, you can check out some of the trivia and facts below:
The film is the third in a series of quasi-sequels released under the Bhatt Banner, which include Raaz â The Mystery Continues, Murder 2, Jism 2, Jannat 2 and Raaz 3D. Each of these films had nothing to do with their respective prequels, but somehow fell in the same genre following a similar story.
The film was shot in Sweden and India. Some of the locations used were Stockholm, Uppsala, Mora and Dalarna in Sweden, and Mumbai, Lonavala and Mahabaleshwar in India.
The film was based on a case study by U Dinesh Kumar, Professor at IIM Bangalore and his team, who worked with Ami Shah of IntelliAssist, the company that carried out the social media marketing for the film. They assessed the internet activities and campaigns for the film and published their findings by Harvard Business Publishing.
The film had a special screening for Amitabh Bachchan, who praised the film and its actors on his blog. He also tweeted about the film and wished it success.
The film had a controversy when a song titled "Apna Mujhe Tu Laga" was accused of plagiarism by Pakistani singer Falak Shabir, who claimed that it was copied from his song "Soniye". However, the music director Chirantan Bhatt denied the allegations and said that he had bought the rights of the song from another Pakistani composer.
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