A story based on hallucinations and illusions experienced due to occurring of nerve wrecking incidents, causing a spine chilling thrill, created by a paradox of paranormal ideas, Rokkk is based on a combination of supernatural thoughts and Inevitable emotions. It is a concept executed by director Rajesh Ranshinge by merging facts and fictional events.
The movie is a narrative about two female protagonists Anushka and Ahana. Anushka wedded an elderly man named Ravi. Ravi ties the knot for the second time after an unknown death of his first wife Pooja. Anushka’s mother is a single conservative parent who totally refuses to accept their relationship. However her only help in distress is her sister Ahana.
The couple begins their journey in a beautiful home purchased by Ravi two years ago. Their life was content until one day… when unexpected turns and twists take place in Anushka’s life. Anushka tries to share her experiences with her husband, who in turn thinks that his wife is hallucinating and so decides to move back to his earlier house.
Although the horror doesn’t seem to stop in this house either. Anushka is petrified and suspects that Pooja is behind all these nerve wrecking incidents. While Anushka tries to discover the motive behind these unexplainable incidents, her husband and sister-in-law get murdered. She is charged with murder for the same and hence is taken to an asylum.
Sensing a problem Ahana begins her journey to rescue her sister. The story continues as Ranveer (a cop) and Ahana come together. The story continues with thrill and excitement as it slowly reveals the secret behind the accursed house.
But the questions remain the same, will Ahana be able to find her estranged sister?
Will the protagonists get rid of the curse?
Will the healer be able to free the accursed house?
About Rokkk (2010)
Starring: Arif Zakaria, Shaad Randhawa, Ashwini Khalsekar, Murli Sharma, Nishigandha Wad, Neha Balm, Suresh Gidwani, Imran Hasnee, Vinod Kapoor, Priti Mishra, Raju Pandit, Akshita Rajput, Tanushree Dutta, Udita Goswami, Sachin Khedekar
Director: Rajesh Ranshinge