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Raaz 3: The Third Dimension 3D Reviews

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June 6, 2016
Not scary at all, just a long test of your patience.
October 9, 2013
"A hybrid that takes what it needs from myths and movies to tell a romantic story with a neat moral. And, yes, there are songs and dances." Terrible special effects, but great story. Basu has to be the sexiest villain ever.
½ February 16, 2013
I'll give it half a star for the clothes..
January 12, 2013
Day: Friday
Date: 11 Jan 2013
Time: 10.00 pm
With: Moumita, Rajat
January 4, 2013
One of the best horror movies ever to come out of Bollywood. The Bhatt family proves once again that they are among the elite in producing solid, enjoyable thrillers that have a lasting impact. Script is well thought out and well executed. The chills produced by this movie were extreme at times and keep the viewer on edge the entire time. This is most likely Bipasha's best performance to date-she stole the show. Emraan Hashmi is enjoyable to watch as always and delivers yet another gem to his list of movies. Esha Gupta has potential and could possibly develop into the next big thing for the Bhatt camp after Kangana Ranaut. Music was great as well but this movie is more about its script and story than it is about its music. The one complaint I have is about the 3D factor...it was completely unnecessary and annoying. Did nothing but distract from the movie-one scene is shot in 3D but then the next scene is normal. The glasses barely help. And the scenes in 3D do not provide any extra dimension as implied. Completely unnecessary tactic that almost took away from a solid storyline that was extremely well directed.
December 3, 2012
An very average film , no big horror moments. No great Story.
November 18, 2012
the part when the cockroaches are fying..its very scary, the 3d effects makes the cockroaches as if flying on myself...its was really scarry..lol
November 3, 2012
Only love Bipasha Basu in this movie. The movie is all about black magic which was performed by Bipasha on Esha to bring her down from success. She asks Emraan Hashmi to assist her. He helps her at the beginning but later falls in love with Esha & tries to save her from Bipasha. The movie showed a world apart from human world where only spirits live. That was funny. The story has nothing to do with the title because there was no Raaz' (mystery) in the movie.
½ October 27, 2012
Good movie but there is nothing raaz in it. It is all about black magic. Some scenes look very funny. But still watchable.
October 17, 2012
More than I could have ever asked for, Bipasha chews the scenery like no one's business.
Demons, black magic, killer clowns, swarms of cicada, and a stunning terminator-like rampage finale.
Can't recommend this enough.
October 4, 2012
Truly scary with average performances. But the real pleasant surprise is the fact that Bollywood can make really good 3D !! Very effective effects and graphics on a decent storyline and good direction. Watch it in the cinema but make sure there is someone whose hand you can hold..
½ September 26, 2012
Raaz 3 is another dull thriller. It lacks any special thrills an average horror film promises. I give C+
½ September 24, 2012
its a very nice story...like the last!, emraan is a nice actor and bipasha as well.
September 22, 2012
Absolute disappointment!
September 22, 2012
worse than raaz 2,which i didnt think could be possible..ugghhhhh what a waste of time
½ September 20, 2012
Surprised at how good this film was in 3D!
Could have improved the Hitchcock moments but this IS Bollywood!
September 19, 2012
Emran hashmi's movie raaz 3 is really very excellent film.Emran hashmi is the king of bollywood.AND Bipasha is queen she is very beautiful lady.I like Emran And Bipasha.
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
½ September 17, 2012
There's only one mystery about fame. Nobody gets to keep it forever, but everyone gets their share. Fame is very fickle minded and is easily pulled towards something which glitters more than the other. The theme of Vikram Bhatt's new movie Raaz in 3D is the same. Shanaya (Bipasha Basu) is a superstar who is slowly tumbling down from the dizzying heights of fame, while the hot and fresh hopeful Sanjana (Esha Gupta) is bagging one movie after another. Sanjana gets rewarded for the efforts in the movies and she gradually rises to become the top heroine in the industry. The self-obsessed and brutally ambitious Shanaya will leave no stone unturned to cling to the fringes of her once prospering career. Even if that means playing with love, using her director-cum- boyfriend, Aditya (Emraan Hashmi) and losing faith in God. She take the help of Kali Vidya (black magic), tantric-mantra, meeting and sometimes mating with evil souls, seducing her boyfriend into becoming partner-in-crime and with a lot of exposing outfits and loads of sex. Sanjana is haunted by the spells of black magic, and in between shrieks, screams and steamy sex scenes, loses control over her mind and heart. In comes a bhatakti aatma (Manish Chaudhury) accompanied by some shocks, shivers and songs - and you have another sequel to the Raaz series.

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 clichà (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.
September 17, 2012
A film that could have been better in terms of the plot because while the story is alright (though not scary per se) with some sudden moments that'll jolt you, there are holes which do not add up. Good music, good performances by the cast- Esha Gupta definitely has Bollywood potential and good direction. I saw the film in 3D and was not impressed with its quality, aside from the stunt involving the cockroaches, which was cool! If it weren't for the 3D element, I wouldn't have bothered to go and see this flick at the theatres, frankly.
September 17, 2012
worst horror movie ever..
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