Haunted 3D

Haunted 3D

3.6 1,644 Ratings

Directed by : Vikram Bhatt

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  • Critics Rating 1.5/5
  • MJ Rating 1.8/5
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Haunted 3D revolves around the sprawling Glen Manor, a mansion with a secret past and a haunted present. Rehan, visits Glen Manor to complete its sale, which his father had initiated. But he realizes that certain mysterious occurrences may jeopardize the sale. However when he investigates these odd happenings, he discovers a ...more


“A defective plot further ruined by terrible acting turns Vikram Bhatt's latest horror into an unintentional comedy. Stay away.”

Haunted 3D Credit & Casting

Mahakshay Chakraborty

Haunted 3D Box Office

  • Gross: INR 26.39 cr.
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Haunted 3D Audience Review

Haunted - for the horny and easily titillated

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Rated 2.0 / 5
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I feel for the Director sometimes. When you have Mimoh (The poor bloke became so notorious due to his lack of acting skills that he had to change his name. The one he later chose was even more in-your-face: MahaAkshay... greater than Akshay) in your film, how can you possibly compensate for that ? Thoda titillation daal do... thoda CGI aur special effect daal do.

Haunted would have really worked well had it been promoted like the C-grade horror film it is. It does have some chills and thrills actually, but if you promote it as mainstream cinema and then hope that it will be lapped up, then thats stupid. They should have promoted it as a horror flick appealing to prurient interests, and the people would have loved the 3D and the odd genuinely horrific sequences.

The film is mildly watchable due to an interesting premise which provides the apt setting to initiate the drama. However, the suspense soon gives way to predictability, using umpteen cliches and unimaginative dialogues. The prosthetics and special effects are good too (not awesome still, if compared to Hollywood standards) but marred by the unintended laughs which happen due to a bad screenplay.

What will happen when you go out with the kids in tow to see the next good thing in town: a 3D hindi film? You get to watch a rapist bhoot performing the deed with eerie consistency. Not the ideal family outing, I must say.

Skip it, and save your money for Ragini MMS. I have high hopes for that one.