The entire thing revolves around corrupt politicians trying to frame an honest counterpart by concocting the most asinine scheme. They decide that the only way to eliminate Ishwar Prasad (Arshad Warsi) is by getting a false confession out of his former associate, an IAS officer named Chanchal Chauhan (Bhumi Pednekar). But what they hadn’t anticipated was that Chanchal, while being kept in isolation at a haunted ‘haveli’ (lol, what), would get possessed by the spirit of a vengeful woman.
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There’s a subplot involving stolen idols, and some vague rambling about dynastic overlords, black money, and battered Hindu pride — all signs of the film’s pointed political leanings — but these threads are left dangling. Durgamati is more concerned with laying out its premise in excruciating detail, and then diving into explanatory flashbacks every time a character makes a revelation that is meant to shock.
Despite her formidable talents — she was simply stunning in Lust Stories and Sonchiriya — this isn’t a good Bhumi Pednekar performance. While she plays Chanchal/Durgamati with a straight-faced seriousness, literally everyone else is operating with cartoon intensity. Normally, it would be the filmmaker’s job to strike a tonal balance, but since director Ashok has proven his incompetence, Pendnekar sticks out like a sore thumb.
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There are long stretches in which the actor, as Durgamati, launches into elaborate lectures about the character’s backstory — it’s like watching a terrible one-woman play, chained to your chair by Jigsaw. And on other occasions, as if to satiate your unquenchable thirst for Coolie No 1, Ashok peppers the movie with David Dhawan-style ‘comedy’.