Karan (Sonu Sood) loves Sneha (Tanushree Dutta), but is too much of an introvert to ever express his feelings to her. Although Karan's feelings are evident to many, he is content in just ... See full summary »
Vishal Dixit (Emraan Hashmi), a regular middle class man, is settled in Bangkok with his wife, Anjali (Sayali Bhagat) and their 5 year old daughter, Nikki. Anjali and Vishal are trying to ... See full summary »
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), India, has been made aware of a killer cab-driver in Malaysia who killed several people in a matter of hours, and then crashed his taxi and killed... See full summary »
Poor Arjun is friendly with Shekhar and Raghu, as well as their sister named Sanjana. His friends help him avenge the untimely death of his dad, who was killed by rivals posing as workers. ... See full summary »
This story revolves around a famous poet who meets a woman who is in trouble. In order to treat her, he takes her to Shimla in a big hospital, but soon that woman gets possessed by devil ... See full summary »
Attractive ramp model, Nandita Chopra, has a boyfriend in Yash Dayal, who runs a TV serial 'Andhvishwas' - documenting proof that there are no ghosts, ghouls or even God. Things spiral out of control when she finds wounds all over her body; is stalked by a mysterious male; and ends up hospitalized on grounds that she may have attempted to kill herself after finding out she was pregnant. After recuperating, she befriends her stalker, who identifies himself as Prithvi Singh, and sets out on a journey with him to Kalindi, Himachal Pradesh, to try and unravel the mystery behind the dialogue "Tum Sadh Chukey Ho, Asudh Ho Tum". Written by
I really like this movie. It's a perfect thriller by my definition. It's scary, especially the first view, but not nonsense scary. The story makes a lot of sense and it also delivers a message, a lesson about humanity as well.
I think all the actors did a great job. I became a fan of Kangana with this movie. She's definitely the heart of the film.
I usually don't re-watch thrillers, with the exception of Chandramukhi. But I have watched this film at least five or six times since now! This movie was definitely a pleasant surprise. I'm glad I took a chance with it. I hadn't seen the original Raaz, but I'll definitely be looking forward to the next one.
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