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darna zaroori hai, the first entry in this ten-film anthology, splits its time between two separate stories: the first features a family on holiday in a remote house while the second tells the story of a group of strangers trapped in a forest. the former is a slight concept, which remains interesting only because of the cast. it is played by actress sharada in a debut role as her daughter kavya, and her husband, veteran actoramitabh bachchan, in his first hindi film. the other story features bollywood newcomer babita pohankar in a role that goes from cute to grating and back again. the second story also includes a surprise appearance by a third member of the cast, randeep hooda, in what may be the best of the bunch. both stories are well-crafted, but neither one makes lasting impressions, especially since they take up so much time.
the most notable thing about the film is its title. darna zaroori hai is an unfortunately literal translation of the hindi phrase don’t walk on my head . as such, it means darna zaroori hai is “it will hurt your head if you walk on my head.” the most popular glossier translation, as darna zaroori hai is only an original title, is far more literal: don’t cross my heart. to be fair to the filmmakers, they do seem to be aware that the original title is “don’t walk on my head” as ajay ratan, the film s surrealist director, specifically refers to it within the opening credits of the film. you will hear it several times as well, but the literal interpretation is incorrect for several reasons. when translating, you need to be as faithful to the original text as possible, and that is not the case here. however, i did notice that is how exactly the filmmakers used the translation, so perhaps the problem is not the translation but the filmmakers and the title they use.
the film s greatest weakness is the clumsy execution of its main premise: identity. similar to the blair witch project, darna zaroori hai attempts to evoke originality by having each actor play a different part. it also places great emphasis on the final product with a patented slow-motion-and-shaky-cam photography and a stuttering, eye-popping score. if we are talking about the authenticity of identity, the playas good at playing themselves and the camerawork is solid, but the acting isn t too great. sharad playas a relatively young, naive woman whose loud voice and attitude may have you question her class status if you didn t know her before the film. amitabh is the polar opposite, and it is definitely a typecast role: the mature, quiet indian man whose subtle mannerisms may seem slightly alien to western audiences. in contrast, randeep is a fairly convincing airhead who is a lot funnier than he is supposed to be.
one of the most appealing aspects of darna mana hai is how it is split into four sections. the first three sections are a series of sketches, and the fourth is more traditional in structure. the first three sections feel more like segments of a longer film than segments of an anthology, since the main plot is pretty straight-forward. the fourth section, however, is much longer and more involved.
so while darna mana hai is a very watchable movie, it is not a good one. the movie does have some very clever ideas, and its style is very unique for a horror movie. but it does not have the same impact as the other varma movies. and that is unfortunate, because darna mana hai is actually far more interesting than most of the original productions.