Kriya (2020) torrent download



Drama / Fantasy / Horror


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DJ Neel encounters the ravishing Sitara while working a club set one night and is transfixed by her. They return to Sitara's place where Neel is horrified to see the gagged and shackled body of her dying father - Sitara's grieving family keeping vigil around it. Caught completely unawares, Neel's compassion is nevertheless aroused and he stays on. In India, patriarchal custom dictates that only a son can perform a parent's last rites, but no such person exists in Sitara's family. So when her father actually dies during the course of the night, Sitara coerces Neel to officiate the rituals of death. Thrust into a world of magic and transgression, Neel finally attempts to flee his waking nightmare. But as dawn breaks, it becomes evident that Sitara's family is afflicted by an ancient curse. One that Neel is now very much a part of. —Reel Illusion Films


Sidharth Srinivasan


Noble Luke
as DJ Neel
MD Asif
as Kamalkant Kumar
Kishan Bahurupiya
as Neel's Father

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by morrison-dylan-fan 7 /10

A family ritual.

After seeing the final film at the online FrightFest this year,I noticed a fellow poster on a message board mention they were now going to join in the Abertoir Horror Festival. Having never heard of the festival before,I got a ticket for the final screening of the evening.

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DJ'ing miles away from any noise of Bollywood, writer/director Sidharth Srinivasan unwraps a surprising amount of male/female skin, which is cleverly used to convey the increasingly disorientating state of Neel at this family gathering.

Limiting the location to Sitara family home where last rites are being performed, Srinivasan keeps a slow-burn surreal Horror atmosphere simmering away with low-hanging camera moves circling the family performing a exorcism on a deceased relative tied to dark magic, which Srinivasan conjures up in a excellent, eerie soundtrack of earthy voices fading into a demonic howl.

Tuning Neel from being a fish out of water to being at the heart of the dark magic last rites being performed by the family, the screenplay by Srinivasan weaves disorientating, distorted chills, via taking traditional funeral rituals,and twisting them round the brooding heart of the family, tearing open demonic awakenings.

Spinning the wheels of steel from DJing to supernatural Horror,Noble Luke gives a very good turn as Neel,whose laid back attitude sinks into fractured fear when Neel joins the family ritual.

Reviewed by kannibalcorpsegrinder 8 /10

Fun and engrossing dark mystery/occult effort

Following the death of her father, a woman puts her date to work in helping the rest of her family prepare the body to cross over into the next life, yet when he realizes the true nature of what they invited him over for he tries to get out of the impending ceremony before it's too late.

Overall, this was a highly enjoyable slow-burn genre effort. Among it's better qualities is the casual usage of the family's strict traditions and beliefs coming to the forefront of the story here. Initially believing he's scoring a random hook-up at a nightclub and going back to her house where he discovers the grisly sight, this then turns into the series of family's rituals for their dying husband that he keeps inadvertently messing up and causing irritation amongst them because of the miscommunication. The various paraphernalia and ritual aesthetics around the house and the tactics they have to perform, from the prayers and preparations that have to be offered and ignoring the convulsions of the deceased who may or may not be offering a warning, this generates a fine atmosphere for the film early on. From here, the way the ritual gets carried out with exacting precision makes this feel quite dark and chilling. The idea of the figure haunting them in the house is a truly nightmarish figure with the muddy appearance, darkened atmosphere hiding the majority of its appearances until the last possible moment in regards to where the outcome of this one shifts leading into the last half. Featuring the full reveal of what they're intending with the ceremony in regards to fending off the effects of the curse, the change in character carries on as his reduced mental state at being there causes him to undergo the ritual as intended which adds a special air of menace to the scenes. As this offers a fun and enjoyable atmosphere during the best moments of the film, this has a lot to like overall. There are some big flaws to be found in the film. One of it's biggest issues is seemingly random and unnecessary extra elements present in the storyline here to make this somewhat longer than it really should be. The focus on the in-fighting and constant disagreements between the family to the point of feeling exceptionally out-of-place in such an event. That's where this tends to feel underwhelming as the idea comes off forced due to the rigid structural system employed for the ritual is so where it feels the need to deviate into petty squabbling and bickering from the sisters doesn't seem natural. Plus, that also has the unfortunate side-effect of making this way too relaxed and slow-going, taking forever to get to the main point of the story which can make this seem a little too long at points. It's not distracting but has enough to lower it.

Rated Unrated/R: Violence, Full Male and Female Nudity and Language.

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