After all hindrances like pulling down the hoardings, blackening the faces of the lead pair on the posters, Censor board chopping off a few explicit scenes from the main footage, Ragini MMS has emerged as a winner by turning any publicity into a good publicity. What matters at the end is a strong concept in the film, which lures the audience and entertains them.
The shown couple, Ragini (Kainaz Motivala) and Uday (Raj Kumar Yadav), set out for a planned dirty weekend at a friend's farmhouse on the outskirts of Mumbai. The much-in-love and passionate weekend in no time changes to the most horrible experience ever. They find that the entire house is rigged with cameras, just in the Bigg Boss style.
The cameras that were meant to capture the love-making scenes between them. The couple learn something that is beyond the limitations of human understanding, something metaphysical, paranormal. The couple Ragini and Uday are now at the mercy of that paranormal force. The sundown is approaching and the couple do not find a way out, What will they do?
Ragini MMS is a great example of a high-concept film made in a skeletal budget, which works big time. First it was Love Sex Aur Dhokha and now it is Ragini MMS, Ekta Kapoor has set new trends of making a film successful, in a low budget, without any A-lister in it.