Six city students take refuge in deserted ruins when stranded on a highway, and start telling each other scary stories to keep amused. The stories include: A husband trying to scare his wife; a man stuck at a creepy "healthy hotel"; a school teacher spooked by a child's homework; a housewife scared of apples; a bizarre lift on a freeway; and a college kid with an unusual power. Unlike the usual Indian horror film, this does not resort to sound effects and visuals for thrills. Each sketch has its moments, though a couple of them could have been brilliant with small script changes, and a resistance to oversimplifying. Most of the actors do decent jobs, especially Raghubir Yadav as the freaked-out school-teacher. Written by
Six stories. One ending.
Did You Know?
The scene where Nana Patekar comes from Graveyard was similar to the classic scene from classic film Woh Kaun Thi 1964 where Sadhna comes out from Graveyard. See more
In the 'Stop' story, in the end Aftab Shivdasni stands in front of mirror and says 'stop' to himself. This petrifies him and later on he is always shown with his mouth open in a long smile, which can't possibly happen, because as soon as he said 'Stop', he is petrified, and after speaking 'stop' one's mouth ought to be closed with lips protruding outward, not with a mouth open in smile. See more
Followed by Darna Zaroori Hai
Written by Abbas Tyrewala
Composed by Salim Merchant
Performed by Vijay Prakash
, Raghuvir Yadav
, Aparna Jha and Clinton Cerejo
Courtesy of Zee Music See more