Bhoot (2003) - Horror, Mystery, Thriller

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When a married couple moves into a flat that is haunted by a spirit, a series of inexplicable experiences drive the wife to near madness. Now, the husband must protect his wife to save their marriage.

IMDB: 6.5
Director: Ram Gopal Varma
Stars: Ajay Devgn, Urmila Matondkar
Length: 113 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 5 out of 29 found boring (17.24%)

One-line Reviews (20)

I found this movie totally boring.

Ram Gopal Varma has always been a favourite, and Bhoot is his most intense attempt at horror.

With their furniture and belongings, the empty, echoing apartment gets transformed into a comfortable home.

As a result of this it has led the horror genre to become very repetitive.

"Bhoot" is a wonderfully suspenseful horror film made by Ram Gopal Verma("Raat").


Science and the rational world collide with the inexplicable and occult in `Bhoot' in a credible, riveting manner.

Waste of time .

With their furniture and belongings, the empty, echoing apartment gets transformed into a comfortable home.

The cinematography is breathtaking and the atmosphere is so thick that you could cut it with a chainsaw.

Entering the film as a care-free young couple,Urmila Matondkar and Ajay Devgn both give excellent performances,with Devgn shattering Vishal's over-confidence by showing a sense of confusion to slowly seep in,as he finds himself being unable to come up with an answer for his wife's terror.

this intense thriller, horror remains only in the first half of the movie.

With a quick ending that in context is perfect if a little rushed, the film remains a entertaining fantasy right till the end.

Background music is engaging and adds to the thrill.

Instead he catches you off-guard at unusual and unexpected spots.

The Movie has a very ordinary story.. two people moving into a haunted house..the wife being posessed..n the ghost taking revenge but the treatment and execution have a very scary and exciting ride in store for u.

", and expected to see something intriguing this time as well.

Regardless of how scared you may or may not be, it is an entertaining picture.

It's a well-made film that is strongly lifted by Ms. Matondkar's riveting performance.

Prior to `Bhoot', I had seen only 1 ½ Ram Gopal Varma films: years ago, I'd enjoyed watching `Rangeela', a frothy confection with a delightful Aamir Khan and a newly voluptuous Urmila Matondkar (I say `newly' because until then, I only knew of Urmila as the bubbly child actor from the memorable `Masoom'); the ½ film was `Jungle', a movie so gratuitously and graphically violent that I'd walked out of the movie theatre.