Bhootnath Returns is the latest in a string of political comedies in 2014. It’s less funny than Rakhi Sawant as a commentary on the sorry state of politics, but it’s still funny. Amitabh Bachchan is great, as always, and he takes help from a good child actor to lift this movie above its sorry second half.
Our reporter interviewed a host of celebrities on the red carpet, as usual:
Next, he bumped into no other than the son of the star.
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After this, our reporter met Rahul Gandhi, proving that not even RaGa attends his own rallies.
The star of Ragini MMS 2 was next.
Finally, our reporter decided to end the round of interviews in style. Sanskaari style.
Bhootnath Returns had its moments. If it had had more, it would have been one of the best films of 2014.