With a variety of genres, the Indian cinema industry has been able to successfully amuse Indian viewers of all ages. Horror is one genre that, with a few notable exceptions, hasn’t managed to connect, at least with the Hindi cinema industry. While the genre of horror comedy has rarely even been considered. Let’s give it to an individual like Kamal Kishor Mishra to bring off a unique movie amidst times when the film business chooses to produce high-budget movies exclusively using tried-and-true formulas or for flimsy amusement and masala content. The producer of Khali Bali were thriller to announce that “Khali Bali,” a horror comedy he’s working on with One Entertainment Films and the movie has finally released.
The movie serves as somewhat of a debut for Dharmendra , the iconic He-man of Indian cinema, as it is the first time he appeared in a horror comedy. Asrani, Kainaat Arora, Rajniesh Duggal, Rajpal Yadav, Vijay Raaj, Brijendra Kalra, Yogesh Lakhani, Ekta Jain, and Yasmeen Khan are also featured in the movie Khali Bali. Furthermore, Madhoo, the Roja Fame sensation from a year ago, makes a comeback in this film. The story line of the movie is fine, Dharmendra’s presence is something which is adding a pinch of spice to the movie, the connectability and comic timing is also good, direction is also on point. Moviegoers are finding the movie bit different and better.
The cast and crew add excitement and enthusiasm. The proper screen play is something which is attractive. The movie sorts and deserves a 3 out of 5 rating. The expectations were high for this one because of the cast and the genre, which add to the general public’s excitement. When asked about his decision and whether he thought it was risky, Kamal immediately responded, “Cinema is an experience where the creator and the team shared an experience with the viewers. Together, they smile, weep, and have fun. The ultimate goal is to experiment and try something new”.