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The movie starts off very well and promises a grand finale. But once the background story is out, the movie fails in it's attempt to bring everything together and all the characters involved in one big scary bundle. It doesn't work at all and leaves one feeling foolish at the end of an unintentionally goofy little climax.Overall not a bad movie but not worth spending money inside cinema halls.For any horror movie to work, the entire story of why it happened must be really good and solid. For the audience to love and enjoy the movie they must be captivated enough to feel that such-and-such happened because of so-an-so reason. But if the reason doesn't work then the entire premise in which the movie is standing on falls and the film fails to deliver. In Raaz, the entire background story of the ghost and the reasons for the anhonee happenings is a big letdown. Technically the movie is good with some good editing and excellent background music by Raju Singh. The sound effects are good and up to the mark. The cinematography, a very important aspect of any horror flick doesn't raise above average. There has been efforts to use color filters in some sequences but somehow they don't seem to accentuate the scene much.Acting wise Kangana Ranaut has a very meaty role and she delivers it with gusto and gives an exemplary performance.Emraan Hashmi does well but he doesn't anything great in this role. Adhyayan Suman needs to brush up his acting and needs to improve his dancing pronto. In one of the songs his dancing becomes unintentionally hilarious.
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