This Friday’s release Ghost has already kicked up a storm because of graphic display of gore and blood in it. The film, starring Shiney Ahuja, Sayali Bhagat and Julia Bliss, tells the story of a ghost on a killing spree.
City Hospital witnesses a chain of blood curdling spine chilling murders. A beautiful young recruit Dr. Suhani (Sayali Bhagat) is faced with uncanny happenings at the hospital. She is stunned by the monstrous force that sweeps out of the night to cause a trail of gruesome killings. What or who is responsible for this strange murderous destruction? The murderer uses a unique methodology, leaving behind no trails, defying all human comprehension.
A leading investigating agency entrusted with the case, assign it to their most competent officer Vijay Singh (Shiney Ahuja). Vijay a debonair romantic young detective moves intelligently to gather information about the mysterious murders. Among the first he questions is Dr. Suhani. There is immediate chemistry between the two.
The culprit moves again and we witness more horrifying brutal killings. Success eludes Vijay but he gets passionately involved in the case treating it as his personal war against the slaughterer.
What follows is an exciting path of love, intrigue, passion, deceit, revenge and nerve wrecking treachery.
Finally, God proposes and evil disposes.
The film has been directed by Puja Jatinder Bedi who has promised the most unflinching display of brutality on screen. However, the censor board has chopped a lot of gory scenes from the film.