Shutter is a film about Jitya Bhau (Sachin Khedekar, a middle class family man that has returned to his home in Maharashtra, as he is on a vacation from his overseas job. Due to a series of misadventures he ends up getting trapped with a nameless hooker (Sonalee Kulkarni) in a small shop room and must wait for one of his friends to release him. However the longer the two are trapped together the more the two end up learning about one another.Wikipedia
Some needless scenes apart, 'Shutter' is every bit the thriller it promises to be.
Shutter is a brilliantly executed suspense thriller. Plus, it’s all of two hours. Watch it!
Shutter is worth watching if you prefer new-age thrillers. The film has a decent chance of doing well at the box office, more so in the urban areas.
I would recommend the Shutter audience to not ask too many and buy the premise instead. It is better to keep in mind that realism here is secondary to the storytelling and may not always work. As a complete package, the film does work nicely for the commercial cinema audience. It's something to break the monotony of love stories and family dramas.
The film could have done without the two songs featured, but apart from that little hiccup, there’s hardly anything to fault it. Go for it!