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IMDB Ratings: 5.9/10
Genres: Horror
Language: Hindi
Quality: 480p 720p WEB-DL
Size: 400MB & 1GB
Director: Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee
Writers: Isha Luthra, Ensia Mirza
Stars: Sobhita Dhulipala, Mrunal Thakur, Janhvi Kapoor

Movie Plot: The winning team of LUST STORIES unites to tell some spine – chilling tales. Ghost Stories is an upcoming 2020 Indian anthology horror film, consisting of four short film segments directed by Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar, and Anurag Kashyap. It serves a sequel to the 2013 and 2018 films – Bombay Talkies and Lust Stories respectively.

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Ghost Stories begins rather promisingly, though, with Akhtar’s technically impeccable short. Janhvi Kapoor plays Sameera, a nurse who’s assigned to look after a senile old woman, played by Surekha Sikri. For a filmmaker who’s expressed her apathy for horror, Akhtar does a splendid job of appropriating some of the genre’s most recognizable tropes — visually and tonally. Think of her film as an elaborate Halloween costume; you can’t deny the effort and skill that must have gone into making it, but in the end, it can’t help but feel slightly superficial.

The film is wonderful to look at — the creaky old Mumbai apartment, set against the backdrop of incessant rains, is intricately designed — and Akhtar does an excellent job of laying out the geography of the place. So when a noise wakes Sameera up in the middle of the night, we’re subconsciously aware of where it might have come from. Akhtar puts us in her protagonist’s shoes, allowing us to feel what she’s feeling, successfully sustaining dread in this age of jump-scare filmmaking.

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