Sometimes, a good subject, delayed for reasons, can go unnoticed. That's applicable to Ho Sakta Hai, which would've made some impact if it was released on time. Also, with television channels showing horror stories every second day, a film like Ho Sakta Hai comes a bit too late in the day. Yet, there's no denying that the film succeeds in scaring the viewer in a couple of deftly executed sequences, which is what a supernatural thriller ought to do.
A phone call makes Mohan [Khalid] start from the American Institute of Medical Studies, U.S. to rush to meet his grand-father [Victor Banerjee]. In a hurry to meet his grand-father, Mohan happens to meet Kushaba [Mukesh Tiwari], a saint, who can predict the layout of anybody's house by looking at their faces.