Krishna Cottage is a 2004 Bollywood ghost movie directed by the debuting Santram Varma. It was produced by the mother-daughter team of Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor [the daughter and wife of Bollywood mega-star Jeetendra, better known for producing Indian television soap operas], and starred Sohail Khan, Natassha, and Ishaa Koppikar in the leading roles.It is a horror story that includes ghosts, death , reincarnation, and love.
The film opens at a function celebrating the launch of a book "Kahi Ankahi Batein" [a few untold things] by Professor Siddharth Das [Rajendranath Zutshi]. The professor explains that the book has nine and a half love stories; the last story is unfinished because, the professor says in a grim tone, he was never able to think of the ending. The professor donates a copy of the book to J C College. Some time after, the principal of the college deposits the book into the abandoned store room, and silences his staff when they ask why he has removed it from library circulation. Some secrets, he mutters, are best left buried.
The film then introduces a group of college kids, all friends, at J C College: Manav [Sohail Khan], recently returned from the USA; Shanti [Natassha], his childhood sweetheart and fiancee; Kabir; Akshay; Nupur; and Talli. These kids attend college, play pranks on each other and have a jolly old time.
The film takes a turn when Disha [Isha Koppikar] starts college. Disha is a stunning beauty, and she soon catches Manavs eye. Although Manav is engaged to Shanti, he finds himself strangely drawn to Disha. Disha joins the gang of kids and participates in their exploits, but gradually begins spending time with just Manav. This perturbs Shanti, but Manav explains that he feels strangely protective of Disha, and that his real love is towards Shanti.
Strange things happen at Manav and Shantiss engagement function. A chandelier suddenly drops off the ceiling and nearly kills Disha, but Manav pushes her away in the nick of time. Various other telekinetic events transpire when the group drives Disha home. Their car breaks down and they are forced to spend the night at an old halfway house, Krishna Cottage. The events intensify at Krishna Cottage, and two of the folks are nearly killed that evening. Disha finally explains that the spirit of her dead boyfriend Amar Khanna is chasing her and causing mischief with those around her.
Manav gets drawn closer to Disha. At a chance encounter in the library, Disha indicates that "Kahi Ankahi Batein" is her favorite book. Their rendezvous is crashed by the bumbling Talli. Talli picks up the book and passes it on to Nupur, who reads it that evening. She discovers that the book exposes a sinister connection between Disha and the college. She calls Talli in fright, but is murdered by a mysterious force before Talli arrives. Talli grabs the book and comes back to the college campus, but finds that Kabir is murdered there.
Talli overhears an animated conversation between Professor Siddharth Das and the college principal. The professor explains that the book is jinxed. Except for a handful of copies from its initial print run, it never reached the market. Vans, trucks, and ships transporting the book met with various mysterious and inexplicable accidents [e.g., self-incineration]. The professor is mystified that the book is no longer in the store room, but strongly cautions the principal that he must have it back and that it must be destroyed. Krishna Cottage is fantastic movie. If you want to see the movie, you have to write in you tube "Krishna Cottage full movie" or if you want see part 1 "Krishna Cottage 1 w Eng subs".
Meanwhile, Shanti arrives at Dishas home. She is tired of Disha making moves on her man, and wants to settle it right there. She meets Dishas mother and agitatedly asks for Disha to come out. Dishas mother drops a shocking bombshell: Disha has been dead for 22 years. Stunned, confused, and frightened, Shanti runs away. Hotly pursued by Dishas spirit through the woods, she collapses on the highway next to a small Kali temple.
When Shanti awakens, she finds herself at the home of a noted astrologer and seance medium named Sunita Menon [Rati Agnihotri], surrounded by Manav, Akshay, and Talli. Sunita explains that there is a dark aura around Shanti. In spite of their disbelief, she performs a seance that evening and invokes Dishas spirit. The spirit arrives, works through Sunitas body, and angrily exclaims its quest for the death of the kids.
Talli realizes that the secret behind the spirit is in the book, and runs off to Krishna Cottage to retrieve it. No sooner than he reads the unfinished story, he is murdered by the spirit. Sunita and the rest of the gang follow another trail back to the professor. When they arrive, they find they are too late; the professor has burnt the last few pages of his copy of the book and has been killed by the spirit.
Manav deduces, from some of the book fragments in the fire, that it all had something to do with a location at a nearby hill station. They rush to this location in the mountains, and there Manav discovers a body buried [preserved] in the ice of the mountains. The body bears an uncanny similarity to him; this brings back a flood of memories and visions. He recalls himself [or his likeness, Amar Khanna] and Disha as students of J C College many years ago. Disha was madly in love with him and wanted to marry him, but he turned her down because he loved her as a friend and nothing more. Scorned and angry, Disha commits a murder and frames Amar for it, hoping that after being isolated by everyone he would have no choice but to marry her. But Amar finds the murder weapon in Dishaa car and gets angry at her, telling her to stop the car immediately. Disha went on a rampage and drove away with Amar. She crashed the car into the side of the mountain, and Amar was thrown through the windshield and fell to his death. As the police arrived, the professor and the principal were witnesses to the scene of Amars death. And now, Disha has returned after all these years, to claim her lost love.
Sunita suggests the only remaining way to stop Disha – Manav and Shanti must be married [so as to bind their destinies together forever], as this bond is too strong even for a spirit to break. The wedding ceremony commences that night, and Dishas spirit arrives and attacks the ceremony. Manav and Shanti attempt to fight it off, but the spirit is too strong for them. Manav then agrees to go with Dishas spirit, but informs it that while the spirit may claim his body and soul, his heart and destiny belong to his wife Shanti. This finally appeases the spirit and liberates it. The film ends with Manav and Shanti happily married
The film soundtrack contains 5 songs composed by Anu Malik.
# Bindaas: Sunidhi Chauhan & Shaan
# Suna suna [Bepanah pyaar hai aaja]: Shreya Ghoshal
# Aaju mein tum: Alka Yagnik & Kumar Sanu
# Uff yun maa: Sunidhi Chauhan & Shaan
# Hamesha tere saath: Vishal
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