Bollywood horror films News
Neil Nitin Mukesh: I don’t like to leave my brains behind to watch a film
The Saat Khoon Maaf actor returns this year in Abbas Mastan’s action drama, Players. In a freewheeling chat he talks about his next film and his idea of good cinema…
Neil Nitin Mukesh, dressed in denims and full-sleeved T-shirt, seems relaxed in appearance and demeanour. And why not? It’s nearly after a year that the Saat Khoon Maaf actor will be seen in a film, this one called Players. The 29-year-old plays a nerdy computer whizkid in Abbas Mastan’s thriller. Neil refuses to reveal very much about Bollywood’s official version of Hollywood’s The Italian Job, but he does say his role is in the same space – grey shades and out-of-the-box – as his previous onscreen characters. Click here to read more
Neil Nitin Mukesh has fans in Fiji!
The good-looking actor discovered a big bunch of his admirers when he was shooting on the quaint streets of the island country for his new film, 3G
Neil Nitin Mukesh and his co-star Sonal Chauhan – rumour has it that the two young actors share more than a professional relationship – have been working days and nights in the gorgeous setting of the far flung Fiji islands for the horror thriller 3G. Click here to read more
Halloween special: Haunting melodies!
Scary and horrific—soundtracks can add that much-needed edge to a horror flick
Whether it’s a period drama or a sci-fi flick, a comedy or a horror tale— Bollywood films are incomplete without music. Some of our most famous horror films became doubly enjoyable and terrifying because of their trademark haunting melodies. We give you some classic bhootiya numbers… Click here to read more
When Bollywood said BOO!
Here’s a look at how our B-Town filmmakers let their imaginations go wild to create spine-chilling (sometimes rib-tickling) horror moments on screen
After a long time horror has once again become popular in Bollywood. Should the new found interest in spooky movies be credited to Vikram Bhatt’s Haunted and 13B or Hollywood’s Twilight series? Recently Ekta Kapoor announced a vampire flick called Bloody Vir, while Abhay Deol and Kunal Khemu have signed on to do zombie movies. But serious is rarely successful in B-town; comedy with a ghost or two generally works much better. We look at some genuinely horrific or funnily scary scenes from the past. Back then you watched them with fingers covering your face, but today you can laugh at most of it. Click here to read more