A photographer and his girlfriend enter a nightmarish world after they run over a woman.

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Aarti Kaushik
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Manu Sharma
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Professional Photographer, Avi, and his girlfriend, Sonia, consume alcohol and celebrate with Tarun and others. While on their way home, an impaired Sonia runs over a young woman, but does not stop to assist her. Shortly thereafter Avi finds his photographs include a shadowy image of a woman and assumes his camera is defective. Despite of repairs, the images of the mysterious woman persists and the duo conclude that it could well be the woman they had run over. Both of them then start to have nightmares, as well Avi complains of a pain in his neck area. He goes for a number of medical tests which prove to non-conclusive. Sonia starts to investigate this strange phenomenon with the photographs as well as the nightmares with the Mumbai School of Arts - and what she finds there will shatter and change both their lives forever. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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More Rip Offs, When Will Some One Put An End To It?
10 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really love movies. As a movie lover it is beyond me why any one would want some cheap knock off version when they can have the real thing for the same price. As it is Shutter is over rated. It's not even in the top ten of the Asian horror boom that was taking place when it was released. The "creators" of this rip off have taken a mediocre story, and did everything humanly possible to make it worse. There is plenty of terrible acting, a very poorly written script, and not one scare. The thieves responsible for making all these movies in the rip off genre are not entirely to blame. The blame goes to the people that continue to see these movies. The filmmakers should be sued until the can no longer afford to make movies, and the audience should be forced to learn what a good movie is. As long as people are going to see these abominations, the "filmakers will continue to steal other people work and ideas. Not one of these rip offs comes remotely close to being as good the original. Not one. So really what is the point of wasting your money? If a knock off of a name brand was the same price as the original, no one would buy the knock off. So don't see the knock off either. If you must then see it for free. Don't give any more money to these thieves. I saw the cover box for the Memento rip off the other day. What a joke.


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