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Think of a Bollywood horror movie and what comes to mind is a Ramsay movie with an old mansion, Ramu Kaka, a door maker and an ugly-hell creature. The graphics and costumes are so bad that they're funny and not scary. But while some films have ruined Bollywood's scary rituals, it does not mean that Bollywood has never made a gem. Here is a list of 14 Bollywood films that are so scary that you can't watch them alone.

1. Raat (1992)

Raat is considered to be one of the best movies made by RGV. It's a supernatural thriller that doesn't go over the top with the subtlety of a horror movie. The plot is set in motion when a kitten is killed and the leading lady joins her soul. After watching this cult classic, you will never see cats the same way.


2. 1920 (2008)

A royal desert check. A mysterious caregiver. Check. A new married couple. Check. The film is high on every click of a horror movie's hopes, but what sets it apart from others is the artistic payoff that frames it. Oh Is guaranteed.

3. Raaz (2002)

Inspired by the Michelle Pfeiffer starrer 'What Lies Beneath', Raaz was just the the beginning of a slew of horror films that Bipasha Basu was to sign later. Pfeiffer did a commendable job in the original. But our Bips matched her in every way.


4. Ragini MMS (2011)

The Ragini MMS is inspired by the American paranormal horror 'Paranormal Activity' and is partially based on a real story. Unlike this sequel, it didn't have Sunny Leone, but still managed to draw the crowd to theaters, thanks to its edge-of-the-wall thrill. This sleeper hit can give you some sleepy hours when you hit the bed at night.


5. 13 B (2009)

13 B comes packed to the rafters with spine-tingling chills and scares. It doesn't completely depend on a spooky background score or weird camera angles to deliver the chills. With a strong script and an ensemble cast that does its job to perfection, 13 B is definitely one movie you shouldn't miss.


6. Mahal (1949)

Considered as the first horror movie of Bollywood, Mahal deals with the subject of reincarnation. This one probably scared the shit out of your daddy as well your dada . Even with minimalistic effects this film has continued to haunt audiences for decades.

7. Bees Saal Baad (1962)

A mysterious woman walking around at midnight through a field crooning Kahin deep jale kahin dil spooked the nation so much that the film turned out to be the highest grosser in 1962. Loosely based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Hound Of Baskerville', Bees Saal Baad remains every bit haunting even after pachaas saal baad of its release.

8. Horror Story (2013)

A group of youngsters decide to spend the night at a haunted hotel. Things get convoluted and it's a scare fest thereon. There are some genuinely frightening scenes that will make you jump off your seat. Those looking for chills won't be disappointed at all.

9. Shaapit (2010)

The third installment in the Raaz trilogy, Shaapit is good enough to raise the hair on the back of your neck. Like every Vikram Bhatt film, the USP of this film lies in its treatment, keeping it stylishly eerie. By the end of it all, you might want to believe in curses and evil spirits.

10. Ek Thi Daayan (2013)

The thought of daayans existing in society is spooky in itself. Ek Thi Daayan is a brave attempt at trying something new. It is a cross between an out-and-out horror film and a creepy, paranormal thriller. The supernatural drama may seem unrealistic but the stylised treatment and the taut storyline makes up for it, not to mention Konkona Sen's eerie portrayal of a daayan. Spooky indeed!
11. Bhoot (2003)
The scare element in Bhoot is kept brewing through most parts of the film and is frequently intercepted with scream-out-loud moments. Bhoot was one of the last gripping films churned out by Ram Gopal Varma before he switched to making films like Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag.

12. Darna Mana Hai (2003)

Only Ramu can make apples look scary. This flick by RGV features in this list not because it is scary but because of its innovative script. Ramu packs in 6 of the most creative short stories in one movie, each with outrageous twists. No wonder they call him a maverick!

13. Kohraa (1964)

This horror movie was an adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s 1938 novel Rebecca and was later adapted on screen by Alfred Hitchcock’s Academy Award-winning film with the same name. Many believe that the the Indian adaptation was way better than Hitchcock's. Watch this movie for its famous climax scene.

14. Phoonk (2008)

Another creepy film churned out by Ram Gopal Varma's Factory, Phoonk deals with the practice of black magic. RGV had so much faith in his film that he promised to offer Rs 5 lakhs to anyone who would watch the film alone in the theatre and not run out scared. Some challenge that!

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