Thursday, July 18, 2024

REVIEW FILM LEECH: A blood-drinking tale that sinks the story car to the zenith of mental illness

These days the competition of content on OTT has become so widespread that the story of a blood-sucking witch and a man-eater is also being brought in front of the audience with a new perspective. A film with one such plot is ‘Leech’ which is being streamed on Mask TV’s OTT channel from March 24. In order to modernize the theme of the blood-drinking film, it has been named as schizophrenia and filmed in a grand location.

The story is of a famous writer (Frederick) who goes through the trial of his experiences before writing anything. The author’s wife (Sadia) is an actress and they have a child. This family has its own beautiful house where they come sometimes for months and leave it under the care of the caretaker. Strange situations begin to arise at their house when the first caretaker of their house is found hanging in a bloody mutilated condition. Another caretaker and his son are found missing.


An author is an emotionless person who cannot feel any emotion. The author’s wife is seen drinking blood. Psychiatrists, secret agents, and the hero (writer) of this story, involved in police proceedings, are also seen by the audience drinking blood and chewing meat. The special thing is that while watching this scene, one does not feel fear, but anger and hatred.

Sanam Zia in the role of Sadia and Abhik Benazir in the role of Frederick has given excellent performances in the cast of ‘Leech’. Other actors are – Vishal Singh, Ved Prakash, Sanju Dhirhe, Hrithik Lamba, Alka Amin, Atul Srivastava, Mir Sarwar, Srishti Gautam, etc.

TAG PRODUCTION PRESENTS this film is produced by Anuj Bhatt and Chiranjeevi Bhatt. The directors are Anil Ram Chandra Sharma and Pavitra Das. Yogi Aryan and Ruby Rani are co-producers. Tag production is with colossal films and Benazir productions I ameye films. Manasi Bhatt is the channel producer and movie PRO Sanjay Bhushan Patiyala.

It will be an injustice to give less than ⭐⭐⭐⭐stars to this first OTT film/web series of its own kind.



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