Ekta Kapoor's Ragini MMS 2 might have opened to mixed reviews from the critics, but the film's first day collection hints at bright prospects for the Sunny Leone starrer.
Movie Review: Ragini MMS 2 is all sex and little horror
"RaginiMMS2 fetches a flying start. Fri Rs. 8.43 cr nett. India biz. Fantastic!" tweets trade expert Taran Adarsh.
Directed by Bhushan Patel, Ragini MMS 2 is the sequel to Pawan Kripalani's 2011 film. Touted as the first horrorex in Bollywood, the film also stars Parvin Dabas, Sandhya Mridul, Divya Dutta among others.
"I don't know if I would be able to shut the mouth of those who criticise my acting, speak bad about me, but I hope they watch my this film and hopefully change their mind about my acting," Sunny told reporters on Friday at Gaiety Galaxy theatre, where she was present to seek audience's response to her film.
However, she feels that with Ragini MMS 2, she has improved as an actor.
"I believe that my acting in this film has got better. I am more comfortable now in front of the camera," Sunny said.
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Ragini MMS 2 offers only cheap thrills
The problem with Ragini MMS 2 is that the characters are such insipid, low-IQ cretins that you are hoping that the murderous chudail gets them soon. The writing is so sloppy that eventually it becomes unintentionally funny. Besides, how seriously can you take a film which begins with a disclaimer that it doesn’t promote ‘girl kissing' READ MORE
Movie review: Sunny Leone shines, sex kills the horror in Ragini MMS 2
Besides the overdose of sex, smooches and skimpy outfits, the film also has Kya Kool Hain Hum (another Ekta Kapoor movie) brand of humour that you were not promised before watching the movie. The Grand Masti lovers can rejoice again! The haters can stay home and do better things. READ ON