Bhoot (Ghost House) (2003)
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as Inspector Liyaqat Qureshi
as Sanjay Thakkar
as Dr. Rajan
as Mrs. Khosla
as Kamla Bai
as Dr. Shyam
as Vishal's neighbor
Critic Reviews for Bhoot (Ghost House)
The movie belongs to Bollywood sex symbol Urmila Matondkar, who is terrific as the possessed wife.
What begins as a familiar supernatural thriller of the I-see-dead- people kind quickly descends into ludicrous revenge fantasy.
The scenes unfold slowly and deliberately, there are long tracks of complete silence and minimal use of dialogue that together create an uncanny mood.
Bhoot could have easily taken its place among some of the better horror films out there.
Though at two hours this non-musical supernatural tale is considerably shorter than most mainstream Indian films, it's still slow going, padded with long shots of the troubled apartment building underscored by a soundtrack full of moans and screams.
Audience Reviews for Bhoot (Ghost House)
It was interesting to see an Indian horror film, I hadn't previously heard of any and so stumbled upon this quite late at night. I thought it was rather good, but the ending felt a little anti-climactic. Some of the ghost effects were very effective. One I would watch again.
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