1920 Horrors of The Heart Review: The genius director Vikram Bhatt’s daughter Krishna V Bhatt‘s debut film “1920 Horrors of The Heart” finally arrives in theaters on June 23, 2023, which is the 4th installment of the 1920 franchise. The first installment of the 1920 franchise was released in 2008, with the features of Rajneesh Duggal, Adah Sharma, Indraneil Sengupta, and many more, under the direction of Vikram Bhatt, whose movie was the flag bearer of this franchise. After that, the next two films in the franchise didn’t impress the audience. Unfortunately, the 4th installment of the franchise was way more torturous than the 2nd and 3rd.
About 1920 Horrors of The Heart
1920 Horrors of The Heart, a Horror genre film, helmed by the debutant Krishna Bhatt. Fourth installment of 1920 franchise was penned by veteran writer and director Mahesh Bhatt, and Suhrita Das, produced by Vikram Bhatt, Dr. Raj Kishor Khaware, Rakesh Juneja, and Shwetambari Bhatt. The stars assembled for the film are Avika Gor, Rahul Dev, Barkha Bisht, and Danish Pandor in the principal roles, produced under the banner of Vikram Bhatt Production and Houseful Motion Pictures Private Ltd.
1920 Horrors of The Heart Plot
Meghna (Avika Gor), who lost her father, discovered, after her father’s demise, that she was the reason for her father’s untimely death. After that, she decided to take revenge for her father’s death, and for that, she arrived at the mysterious house of her mother, where she is living with her new husband, Shantanu (Rahul Dev). After she appeared in her mother’s house, the twisted story began. Meghna Begins her revenge journey through her little stepsister Aditi (Ketaki Kulkrni).
1920 Horrors of The Heart Review
Debutante Helmer Krishna Bhatt shows revenge thriller more than horror; she tries to get a unique storyline than the senior Bhatts, which makes this quite different from the others. The BGM (Background music) is very impressive, and in the first half, the film was unable to give the scary feeling to the audience, which recovered after intermission.
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Avika, who was portraying her character quite well, along with the other principal characters, Barkha Bisht and Rahul Dev, can say ok with the character play. Over all, if you are going to watch the film with the expectation of the first installment, the 122-minutes long film will disappoint you.
1920 Horrors of The Heart Trailer