There should be no “Raaz” about the fact that this movie is utter drivel. For a horror movie to make you laugh so much is not a good thing. And no, this isn’t nervous chuckles now and then. Raaz reboot reduce you to a blubbering laughing mess. It’ll be a wonder if one manages to watch more than half the film considering how much time one is going to spend facepalming at the absolute stupidity of the film.
Rihaan and Shaina move into a museum esque property in Romania (of all places) to settle down. Unfortunately, life isn’t as idyllic as the location, and a ghost of some kind soon makes its presence felt to the wife. Sadly for her, the husband refuses to buy into her fear and the only one willing to listen to her is an ex.
Raaz reboot has one thing going for it; It’s not boring. You may enjoy the movie, but it’ll be for all the wrong reasons. The plot is disjointed and makes no sense whatsoever. The less said about the acting (save for Emraan Hashmi, who was decent), the better. Raaz is a horror in no tangible way. It’s almost so bad it’s good.