A STANDARD HORROR DRAMA: Story: An interfaith married couple, Sam (Emraan Hashmi) and Mahi (Nikita Dutta), are compelled to relocate from Mumbai to Mauritius due to a new career opportunity. Mahi, who is still recovering from her miscarriage, aspires to start anew in a new country. New beginnings, on the other hand, bring with them greater difficulties.
Review: The wife starts shopping to give her new home a heritage vibe. An antique box from the 16th century catches her interest in an antique store. She opens it, enthralled by its mystery, releasing a malevolent entity. It’s a Dybbuk box (pronounced as dibuk). Dybbuk is a disembodied human spirit that wanders until it finds a host in Jewish tradition. The house begins to experience mysterious events, and the only way out is an exorcism. Will the couple be able to make it?
Call it our peculiar fascination with trespassing on other people’s lives, yet all of these items provide us with a glimpse into the past. As a result, the act of people opening ancient mysterious boxes is always fascinating. With Jewish mythology and the occult thrown in for good measure, we could be in for a tense thriller. Is that the case here, though?
For instance, Ezra, director Jay K’s first Malayalam film, has been adapted in Hindi as Dybbuk. Thankfully, women are not objectified here. There are no shower scenes or running around in revealing lingerie. What a relief! Therefore, The plot moves along well and quickly. The jump scares are sparse, and while this isn’t The Conjuring, the effort is genuine. Emraan Hashmi, Nikita Dutta, and the rest of the cast are excellent actors. There is no such thing as a frivolous thing.
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