Synopsis: In 1920s England, a pianist enlists the help of a ghost whisperer to cleanse the unclean spirit that is haunting him.
Director(s): Vikram Bhatt
Production: Reliance Entertainment
144 min


Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen.

At the onset, allow me to apologize

to this wonderful gathering...

...for the delay in the program.

The Maestro had been

delayed by a pressing issue...

...of a personal kind.

However, he is here now,

and we shall begin presently.

Ayush, please open the door...


Ayush, open the door, please.


Ayush, for god sake, open the door.

Ayush, please open the door.

- Ayush...

- I've managed to keep them quiet for now.

But let me assure you...

...this decorum won't be

maintained in another 10 minutes.

I urge you, Ms. Nafisa,

as Ayush's manager...

...to get him out of the bloody room,

and make him work ...

...for the money

you've grabbed from us.

Please give me a minute.

Ayush, open the door, please.

Ayush, people are waiting for you.

For God's sake Ayush, open the door.

This isn't right.



"You exist in me like so, beloved..."

"...there's no part of me left."

"You've spread all the way to my soul..."

"...that now I dwell in you instead."

"You're my reality... and my hope."

"You're all I see wherever I look...

and in my memories too..."

"Whatever's left of me,

now belongs to you..."

"I am no longer myself anymore."

This is ridiculous. I've had enough.

I am sorry.

But we've little choice

but to break this door open.

- What?

- Ms. Nafisa, please.


Darrel, Sam.

You break this bloody door down, please.

- Good God.

- Allah!

Someone call an ambulance.





Can you hear it?

A Fa... D-Sharp...E...

A Fe...CED...

- Asthana.

- Sir.

Where have you been

hiding him all this time?

I've never seen such a talent before.

Actually, sir,

I've no clue how he plays so well.

- How he plays so well?

- Yes...

What do you mean?


sir...I had no formal training in music.

Whatever I play, I've learned myself.

By watching other pianists play...

- ...and from books as well.

- Unbelievable.

That is genius.


my niece, Meher isn't here...

...otherwise, she would've been

truly elated to hear your music.

Thank you so much, sir.

- Your compliment is all I need.

- It shouldn't be.

It shouldn't be enough.

You should take your music to the world.

You can be the sun,

and you're happy being a candle.

Sir...you know,

music is good for amusement...

...but, it doesn't pay the bills.

- So, in order to learn to play the Piano...

- He should go to England.


You should go to England.

- But, I don't have...

- I do!

I have a suggestion.

The finest music school is in York.

And, a few kilometers

from York is my home.

The caretaker of

that home has grown old...

...and I am looking for new care-taker.

So, Ayush, if you are prepared

to look after my property...

...then, I can take responsibility

for your education.

So...how do you like this deal?

- W...Wi...Will you do this for me?

- Of course, I will.

Thank you so much, sir.

Thank you so much, sir.

"Erasing every distance from my heart..."

"...O beloved, I set out to meet you."

"Be my angel..."

"...be the sky to my stars."

"My darkness, and the light,

"...everything I own,

are all yours now."

"My darkness, and the light,

"...everything I own,

are all yours now."

"Let's walk with me in your arms."

"O my beautiful tomorrow."

"O my beautiful tomorrow."

"O my beautiful tomorrow."

"O my beautiful tomorrow."


Hello. Hello.


You must be the young gent from India.

Gosh, you are a young man, aren't you?

We did receive a letter from Mr. Wadia...

...to say you were coming.

I am Emma...

Emma Smith.

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Vikram Bhatt

Vikram Bhatt (born 1969 in Mumbai) is an Indian film director, producer and screenwriter. Formerly, he was the creative head of ASA Productions and Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.; however, he has resigned from the company in 2014. more…

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