Raaz 3: The Third Dimension 3D Reviews
Date: 11 Jan 2013
Time: 10.00 pm
With: Moumita, Rajat
Demons, black magic, killer clowns, swarms of cicada, and a stunning terminator-like rampage finale.
Can't recommend this enough.
Could have improved the Hitchcock moments but this IS Bollywood!
In this film song of sonu nigam and sherya ghosal OH MY LOVE is very amazing.i think it is the top and excellent song in the year 2012
With a story that's quite simple with crude characters, Vikram Bhatt, dishes out this horror (read "horny") show in 3D, with sleek production values and clichÃ (C)d elements like the usual fog, visit to the cemetery and crying voice-overs in plenty, spoonful of sex, horror and a few spine-chilling scenes. The 3D effect is not up to the mark, but a few ground-breaking scenes do impress. The music, however, is disappointing especially since it is a Bhatt film, with songs used to cover up insignificant scenes. The music, too, is a rip-off from the Bengali film Industry.
Bipasha looks dangerously stunning in this role of a soul possessed by the Dark. It's a challenge and she takes it on with a vengeance. Emraan brings out different shades of his character, but in the struggle between pecks, obsession and possession he comes across as a completely confused soul. Esha Gupta is an attractive package and strikes in emotional scenes. Esha's performance was better and not a blink-and-you-miss type like that in Jannat 2.
It is a worthy movie for people who want to come out of the Ramsay Bros. era. However, watching Raaz in 3D is a risk that one should not take if they have other less risky options.