Shaapit (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 22 mins Horror, Fantasy
37 %
Total Reviews: 11
Sahi: 4 Nahi: 7

Review Summary: SHAAPIT is truly a scary movie which comes across as a worthy follow up to RAAZ and 1920.

Average Critic Rating: (2.50)
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Plot: The film opens with Aman, seemingly lifeless, narrating how he and his sweetheart Kaya are doomed to perish together. He remembers happier times, when he met and courted and finally proposed to Kaya. No sooner than he had proposed, they had met with a sudden car accident. They are miraculously... Read more

Shaapit - Movie Reviews

Aman (Aditya Narain) falls in love with Kaya (Shweta Agarwal) and proposes to her. The girl accepts and ends up in the hospital bed after a life-threatening accident. Time for the family secrets to pour out...The hapless boy learns the girl is cursed due
Times of India
Post Raaz and 1920, you expect an enthralling horror film, with chills aplenty from Vikram Bhatt.
SIFY
What happened? After the genuinely scary 1920, producer-writer-director Vikram Bhatt is back to making below-par pictures.
SIFY
SHAAPIT is truly a scary movie which comes across as a worthy follow up to RAAZ and 1920.
Bollywood Hungama
Overall, this is certainly not going to be a Hat trick for Vikram Bhatt and it’s time RGV and him get out of horror genre and try something else as this is its getting repetitive.
Bolly Spice
Shaapit is certainly worth a watch. Vikram Bhatt's third horror outing is one of his best.
Now Running
Vikram’s ways of dealing with thriller subject is very promising and this time too he has dealt with some sensitive parts with perfectionTo make people laugh or to scare them are both very tough but it a credit for Vikram Bhatt being able to make people g
Bollywood Mantra
Post 1920 Vikram Bhat comes with a teen soap opera titled 'Shaapit', no thrill, not a single scary scene, and wooden acting with two new pretty faces.
India Glitz
There are some genuinely frightening scenes that will make you jump off your seat. Those looking for chills won't be disappointed.
Rediff 
The recent spook-fest in Bollywood proves that the genre is back in business. Vikram Bhatt is slowly but surely moving in to own this genre.
Mid-Day
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Vikram Bhatt  Chirantan Bhatt, Nazam Sheraz and Aditya Narayan  Sameer, Nazam Sheraz and Aditya Narayan  Aditya Narayan, Shweta Agarwal, Rahul Dev and Shubh JoshiShaapit Movie Review March 20, 2010 03:28:24 PM ISTBy M
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