Ragini MMS Movie Reviews


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2.7
Verdict: Timepass based on 10 reviews
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2.9
Verdict: Cool based on 34 reviews & ratings
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  • Taran Adarsh

    4.0

    Taran Adarsh | bollywoodhungama.com

    I strongly feel that if you do not have a colossal budget on hand, then you need to make up for that with an even better concept. Let's not forget, big ideas work big time. In fact, hi-concept films made in skeletal budgets is the new mantra in Bollywood. The next time budgetary constraints prevent you from working with an A-list star, don't sweat. Formulate hi-concept films instead! Take an interesting concept. Make it within a stipulated budget
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  • Taran Adarsh

    4.0

    Taran Adarsh | Bollywood Hungama

    On the whole, RAGINI MMS amalgamates components of horror, paranormal and sex seamlessly. It titillates, it petrifies, but most importantly, it tells you a story which is daunting, imaginative and unconventional. The lethal combo of sex and horror should entice not just the average moviegoer, but also Gen X and the more evolved audience that values and embraces innovative themes and new genres of cinema.
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  • Nikhat Kazmi

    3.5

    Nikhat Kazmi | Times of India

    The film has obviously been inspired by Paranormal Activity, the cult horror film that created waves with its grainy hand-held video footage. But rest assured, there is such a strong desi flavour to the film, you rarely end up thinking of the Hollywood indie film. Ragini and Uday make an interesting couple. She's the fragile uptown girl, unabashed about expressing her sexual demands. While he's the desi boy who sprinkles his conversation with gaalis
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  • Ankur Pathak

    3.5

    Ankur Pathak | rediff.com

    Films that are conventionally shot but claim to use real-life footages tend to have an eerie aura around them. With Balaji's latest roll-out, Ragini MMS -- a sex-induced paranormal thriller -- the industry's unrelenting hunger to seek inspiration from the West continues. American indie film Paranormal Activity, which rose to shockingly unexpected heights and raked in multi-folded returns on a miniscule investment, is the fundamental motivation of the makers
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  • Nikhat Kazmi

    3.5

    Nikhat Kazmi | Times of India

    Watch it for its novelty and for the fact that Ragini MMS makes a heady cocktail of sex and horror that’s so very different from run-of-the-mill Bollywood.
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  • Ankur Pathak

    3.5

    Ankur Pathak | Rediff

    Terrifyingly real, and immensely watchable for the cold fright it inspires. She must be lauded for relying on fresh young actors, and believing in the risky attempt of largely untouched storytelling.
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  • Tushar Joshi

    3.0

    Tushar Joshi | Mid-Day

    Boy and girl decide to spend a dirty weekend in a deserted bungalow in a God-forsaken place. As soon as they enter, they start making out and in the meanwhile, a plastic bag nearby seems to have a life of its own. And you are spooked already. But a sense of d ©j vu sets in too, because you are familiar with these kinds of scenes almost in every horror movie that you have dared to watch. But thankfully, what sets Ragini MMS apart is that the story is shown
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  • Rajeev Masand

    2.5

    Rajeev Masand | ibnlive.com

    In 'Ragini MMS', a young couple head off to an abandoned bungalow on the outskirts of the city so they can finally have some privacy and do the nasty. Uday (played by 'Love Sex aur Dhokha's Raj Kumar Yadav) has previously arranged to have every corner of the house rigged with video cameras so he can secretly film his steamy encounter with Ragini (played by Kainaz Motivala) and hand over the footage to a shady producer who has promised him a film role
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  • Pratim D. Gupta

    2.5

    Pratim D. Gupta | The Telegraph

    Ragini MMS is that rare Bollywood horror film which understands that your best bet to scare the audience is not with what you show but with what you don’t show. It doesn’t matter if it is things or thongs flying in 2D or 3D, it is always the unseen that creeps you out the most. Really, the white faces have long been buried in the backyard of the Ramsay haveli. Last Friday, Haunted had ridden the 3D wave, trying to take advantage of being the first-mover
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  • Pankaj Sabnani

    2.5

    Pankaj Sabnani | Glamsham

    The title RAGINI MMS was more than enough to grab your attention. It gave an impression that the film was based on an MMS scandal. Then, the promos made it clear that there was a paranormal element attached to the film as well. So is it a good blend of sex and horror? Let's find out. The story first. Uday (Raj Kumar Yadav) sets out for a romantic weekend with his girlfriend Ragini (Kainaz Motiwala) at a friend's farmhouse on the outskirts of Mumbai
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  • Pankaj Sabnani

    2.5

    Pankaj Sabnani | Glamsham

    RAGINI MMS isn’t worth ‘circulating’, if you have a large appetite for horror.
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  • Mayank Shekhar

    2.0

    Mayank Shekhar | Hindustan Times

    Those in the know may recall, 2004 was a particular poor year at Hindi movies. A skin flick called Murder was supposedly the year’s biggest hit. One picture that I suspect more people watched on their computers or phones than at the cinemas was an MMS clip starring two high school kids. It was an obscene porn video shot on a cellphone camera, set in a chemistry lab. The location was unwittingly sponsored by my alma mater, Delhi Public School, RK Puram
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  • Shubhra Gupta

    2.0

    Shubhra Gupta | Indian Express

    A permanently horny fellow and little miss shrinking violet go away for an illicit weekend. The location for the upcoming unbridled lust is a deserted house, surrounded by thick woods. As inhibitions and clothes fall away, the couple realize that they are not alone. And that the third party has shown up not just for the fun and games, but for far more sinister intents and purposes. `Ragini MMS’ is strange mix of Hollywood horror influences
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  • Shubhra Gupta

    2.0

    Shubhra Gupta | Indian Express

    Ragini MMS is strange mix of Hollywood horror influences ( `Blair Witch Project’, `Paranormal Activity’) and old-style Bollywood ghost stories.
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  • Aniruddha Guha

    2.0

    Aniruddha Guha | DNA India

    Watch Ragini MMS only if you dig cheap thrills. But don’t worry about losing sleep thereafter.
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  • Anupama Chopra

    1.5

    Anupama Chopra | NDTV Movies

    When Dibakar Banerjee took a previously done concept to make Love Sex Aur Dhokha (LSD), he not only created cinematic poetry but its commercial success made its studio greedy enough to replicate the formula. Sadly, what the studio did not realise is that unlike science, in cinema, formulas can not always be replicated. Proof - Ragini MMS, a clone between LSD, Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity. Uday (Raj Kumar) takes Ragini
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  • NDTV Reviewer

    1.5

    NDTV Reviewer | NDTV

    Ragini MMS does not seem to be the work of one or a few creative soul, rather it looks like the handiwork of many heads trying to break creativity together that end up breaking apart the film instead.
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  • Komal Nahta

    NR

    Komal Nahta | Koimoi

    Ragini MMS review by Komal Nahta, Business rating 3 stars. What’s Good: Rajkumar Yadav’s fantastic performance...
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  • hindicritic

    2.5

    Ragini SMS

    hindicritic, 6 years ago
    This is nice movie. I liked it.
  • filmifan45

    3.5

    Intriguingly scary!

    filmifan45, 6 years ago
    Super hit movie. I loved everything about this movie.

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