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Bollywood horror movies are some of the most scariest movies you'll ever see. Pixabay

Horror movies are thrilling and can give you an adrenaline rush like never before. No matter how much one denies but everyone loves a good horror flick at night to get scared out of their wits.

Bollywood is versatile, it experiments with all types of genres. one genre Bollywood loves to experiment with is, horror. Though many believe that Bollywood can’t make good horror movies, it is absolutely not true. There are many horror movies which are so scary, they can give you a sleepless night or two.


Here is the list of 10 such horror movies which will give you the scare of your life:

1920 (2008)

A royal deserted mansion, one strange caretaker and a newly wedded couple. This may sound like the most cliche of all the horror stories plot but the sheer artistic finesse with which Vikram Bhatt has directed the movie, easily makes it one of the most scary Bollywood movie.

Raaz (2002)

Inspired by the Michelle Pfeiffer starrer ‘What Lies Beneath’and directed by Mukesh Bhatt, Raaz was and still one of the scariest movies made in Bollywood. It has some spine chilling scene which can rob your night’s sleep.

Mahal (1949)

Darna Mana Hai (2003)

Who can make apples look scary? Trust director, Ram Gopal Verma to pull it off with precision. This horror flick by RGV may not exactly be overly scary but its innovative script definitely makes it stand out among other horror films of the Bollywood. There are 6 creative short stories in one movie, each with outrageous twists. It is definitely one very scary Bollywood movie.

13 B (2009)

13 B doesn’t need a spooky background score or weird camera angles to scare you. The strong script already comes packed with spine-tingling chills and scares. The ensemble cast that does its job to perfection, makes 13 B a movie you shouldn’t really miss.

Horror Story (2013)

The story line is rather unoriginal, a group of youngsters decide to spend the night at a haunted hotel where things get out of hand. However, there are some genuinely frightening scenes that maes it a complete scare fest. Those looking for chills won’t be disappointed at all.

Ek Thi Daayan (2013)

Ek Thi Daayan was certainly something new in the field of horror. It is a cross between a horror film and a paranormal thriller. The supernatural drama may seem unrealistic but the spine tingling scenes and the well developed story line makes up for it And not to mention Konkona Sen’s portrayal of a ‘daayan’ which is eerie in all sense. This movie is spooky enough to give you a paranoia.


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