Ragini MMS 2 Trailer Review | Download | Story | Sunny Leone
Directed by : Bhushan Patel
Produced by : Ekta Kapoor, Shobha Kapoor
Starring: Sunny Leone, Parvin Dabas, Sandhya Mridul, Anita Hassanandani
Studio: Balaji Motion Pictures ALT Entertainment
Distributed by: Balaji Motion Pictures
Release dates: March 21, 2014
Having Someone called Sunny Leone around you, one expect a heavy dose of hot and sensuous scenes. And though the trailer done have them, like the shower scene of Sunny Leone to her unzipping scene, still the final effect is not like as we expected .
Its rightly said that sex and horror go hand in hand , but at the end of the day only a few filmmakers get it right. The same statement has been proved right yet again by the trailer of Ragini MMS 2.With having movies like Krishna Cottage in her kitty Ekta Kapoor is no newbie to this genre. And considering the recently released Ek thi Dayan, we are made to wonder as if what went wrong with Ragini MMS 2.
The trailer takes us through a dark haunted house , showing the impression of a female ghost also gives the scene of a barely covered Sunny Leone but turn out none of them. The trailer is intended to be sexy at the same time scary but somewhere it doesn’t ring the bells.
The 100 second teaser starts with Sunny Leone taking under a shower and later on someone unzipping her top to give a soothing view of her cleavage. Sunny is then seen comforting a girl who suddenly turns into a ghost . At the end sunny is shown her bra off while inside the swimming pool and at this moment, a tagline pops on the screen reading “Want to grab a bite of Sunny Leone?”.
While the prequel had quite a balanced mix of horror and sex, this version seems to focus more on the latter part.
Though the background score deserves some applause and make the trailer exiting even if its not so .The story will pick up from where it was left .
This time the story revolves around a film crew that reaches the same haunted house and later on what happens to them .The movie is expected to hit the theaters by March 2014