Raaz 3 is a Bollywood horror thriller film directed by Vikram Bhatt, and produced by Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt. The film is a sequel to Raaz – The Mystery Continues , which itself was a sequel to Raaz which starred Bipasha Basu and Dino Morea.Wikipedia
Raaz 3 Reviews
It doesn't help that the acting is laughable, particularly by the two ladies, while Emraan Hashmi just tries to keep a straight face through this nonsense. 'Raaz 3', unlike the director's last film, 'Dangerous Ishq', isn't even so bad that it makes you laugh... this is just dull, lazy filmmaking.
Out come all the 'sadhus’ and 'babas’ with their 'mantras’, and the `bhagwaan ki moorti’, and it all boils down to the same old battle against good and evil, borrowing from older horror tropes from here and there.
Add to that every available cliché in the book — Ganpati to the rescue, ganga jal as a weapon — and it’s more likely to scare you away than scare you.
Is there something worse than an outright plagiarist? Perhaps someone unoriginal who doesn't realise the limits of their own skill? That is something Vikram Bhatt should seriously consider before he decides to let loose another half baked, corpse-like aatma on us.
You wait for the horror to get sexy. Instead the sex gets progressively horrific. No Satan or its messenger can be as scary as Emraan Hashmi chewing on his two heroines' lips as though he has just relinquished vegetarianism.
Worth a watch only if you like your thrills and chills served with a side dish of emotional drama and the promise of more terror along the way.
Raaz 3 has its share of scares but it annoys you in the second half.
On the whole, RAAZ 3 is a story of staunch Indian beliefs and convictions in conjunction with a lethal combo of sex and horror in 3D, competent performances, an engaging human drama and most significantly, there's a gigantic brand value attached to it, which has worked extraordinarily well with the masses in the past. With this film, Vikram Bhatt raises the bar for horror films formulated on the home turf. If you are an enthusiast of supernatural thrillers/horror movies, RAAZ 3 should be on your list of 'things to do and watch' this weekend. Go, get ready to be spooked!
There are films that are enjoyable while you watch them but later maybe you might find some ‘plot’ holes. But a film like this one is harder to digest than an half cooked tandoori chicken.
The one star rating is for the attempt to make it in 3D. Otherwise, the movie has absolutely nothing to offer. The presentation is a horror in itself.
With movies like Cabin in the Woods around, Raaz 3 seems very silly to say the least. Maybe, if the Bhatts thought further from jaadu-tona, we could get a horror movie which actually does make our spines chill.