Ragini MMS Returns Season 2 Review: Spooky and More!

Ragini MMS Returns Season 2

3

Concept

2.5/5

Screenplay

2.5/5

Performances

3.5/5

Direction

2.0/5

Production

4.5/5

Ragini MMS Returns Season 2 has finally hit the streaming scenes. The web series is a spin-off of the popular Bollywood horror franchise, Ragini MMS. The Bollywood horrex is now available on streaming on ALTBalaji and all platforms that ALTBalaji has a signed up with. The first six episodes are out, and the rest should be on their way post-Christmas. I had earlier reported that Aarti Khetarpal makes her web series with the web series.  Here’s the complete review of Ragini MMS Returns Season 2.

Ragini MMS Returns Season 2 Plot:

A group of young women decides ton hold a bachelorette party in a mansion several kilometers away from Mumbai. Little do they know that they are going to a haunted property. The legend goes that an army Major, who had married multiple times used to torture his wives in the lower area of the mansion.

The owner of the mansion doesn’t want this information to go out, and the paranormal researcher wants just that – so that the owner will abandon the mansion and he will be able to hold ghost tours and make money. Meanwhile, a village woman knows the truth behind all that’s happening and thinks that one of the group of young women, Ragini, has returned to save everyone.

Ragini MMS Returns Season 2 Review:

Ragini MMS Returns Season 2 has a lot going for it and the audience. The series has good horror sequences and audiences will get unnerved – if they aren’t multi-tasking and watching the series without multitasking. The first six episodes hold promise and have a lot for everyone. Basically, the horrex series lives up to its expectation, with oodles of glamour and some credible, spooky sequences.

The web series succeeds in doing is keep the audience guessing about the backstory till the last episode – that’s something rare for an Indian web series to achieve. Another interesting aspect about the series is that it has successfully added all the storylines we’d see in a horror web series – from closet lesbianism to misogyny.

The performances are par for the course of a horrex web series. Divya Agarwal does a good job of helming the series and being the Final Girl in this outing of the web series.  Jayti Bhatia, as the woman who knows everything about the mysterious happenings, does a good job as well.

However, the series could have done with a genre-specific director. While it has its spooky moments, they could have been executed much better, giving the audience a better scenario.

 

 

About Roy D'Silva 343 Articles
Roy D'Silva loves nicely made horror films,books and series. He has spent a lifetime covering various entertainment beats and has finally found his calling covering the paranormal/supernatural/horror fiction beat.

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