Haunted - 3D Review
Vikram Bhatt's Haunted as any other horror flick tells the story of a mansion which has a secret past and haunted presently. A young broker Rehan (Mahaakshay Chakraborty), visits the haunted mansion to complete its sale, which his father had invested in the past. But he realises that there is something mysterious about the Manor. When he investigates he discovers a secret, a spirit that has trapped another in the mansion for 80 years.
Will the broker be able to make a deal of the haunted house?
Even after having the same old elements for a horror film, Vikram Bhatt in Haunted has successfully launched a merger of the deadly horrors and 3D effects. The film is absorbing with gripping edge of the seat horror in the film. The fear keeps rising and falling throughout the film's 2:26 hours of duration.
Bhatt started his venture into horrors and thrillers from the film Raaz, which was a spine chilling thriller. After 1920 and Shaapit, the filmmaker has once again establishes his accomplishment in the horror genre.
As soon as you think that the plot is getting boring, there will be a sudden unexpected, 360 degree turn, which leaves you gasping for breathe. This happens throughout the film and that is what keeps you focused at Haunted. Here all the credit goes to the clean and fresh writing by writer Amin Hajee. However, writing would have been the most difficult part of the film, because merging the imagination with visualization of the 3D technology, is definitely not a cake walk.