‘The road is not scary. It’s beyond scary’
Mumbai 125 KM is a 2014 supernatural Indian Hindi horror film co-produced and directed by Hemant Madhukar from his own story. Dheeraj Rattan provided the dialogue. The film is shot on Stereoscopic 3D cameras and released in 2D and 3D formats. Also known as Mumbai 125 KM 3D
The movie stars Karanvir Bohra, Vedita Pratap Singh, Joey Debroy, Vije Bhatia and Veena Malik.
Aashika (Singh) wakes up hysterical in a hospital and goes into a flashback. A group of friends, Prem (Bohra), Jacks (Debroy), Diya (Bajpai) and Vivek (Bhatia) decided to travel to Mumbai to celebrate New Year’s Day.
Whilst travelling, a patrol cop halts the car and interrogates them on the account of suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, but Prem bribes him into letting them go. The same night they begin to encounter weird situations in the forest…
“From Vedita Pratap Singh’s atrocious acting to Karanvir Bohra’s idiotic spoilt brat act to Veena Malik’s flying ghost antics, Mumbai 125 KM gives you enough opportunities to point and laugh … The CGI is shabbily done and the stereoscopic 3D effect is hardly noticeable. You would wish even you could fly from theatres as Veena Malik’s ghost does in the film.” Daily News and Analysis India
“The 3D, worthless as ever, isn’t post-converted for a change, with the use of stereoscopic cameras. This is a schoolboy error because the entire film is shot at night. The filmmakers try to overcompensate by lighting up every scene like the moon (you can literally see the source), thereby making this look like a grainy animated disaster.” Mumbai Mirror
“Somewhere in the middle of this unwittingly hilarious journey, as the characters foolishly stop the car innumerable times, trying to help out random, strange ghosts coming out of the jungle, you stop caring if any of them is left dead or alive. They seemed too stupid to be left alive anyway.” Mid-Day.com