Monday, March 21, 2011

All Time Best Hindi Movies(Horror & Mystery)


1. Raat(1992)

The Sharma family re-locate to a semi-urban locality in a house that has a "reputation". The Sharma family consists of Mr. Sharma (Akash Khurana), his wife Shalini Sharma (Rohini Hattangadi), only daughter Manisha Sharma (Revathi) or "Mini" as they affectionately call her; and their grandchild Bunty (Master Ateet), as his parents had been killed in an accident. Strange things start happening, with a return of a dead kitten, and the brutal murder of Manisha's friend, Reshmi (Jaya Mathur); an attempt to kill Mr. Sharma and Manisha's boyfriend, Deepak (Kushant). What is the force behind these brutalities? Is it natural or supernatural?

Cast

  Revathy  ...  Manisha Sharma 
  Rohini Hattangadi  ...  Shalini Sharma 
  Om Puri  ...  Sharji the Tantrik 
  Anant Nag  ...  Shrink 
  Sushant   
  Jaya Mathur  ...  Rashmi 
  Master Atit  ...  Bunty (as Master Ateet) 
  Tej Sapru  ...  Police Inspector 
  C.V.L.   
  Nirmalamma  ...  Sharma's neighbour 
  Sunanda  ...  Dead woman 
  Vijayachander   
  Monto   
  Thotta Yadhu   
  Desai 



2. Woh Kaun Thi? (1964)

Anand was a well-known, well-respected doctor. One dark and stormy night, he met a young woman at the side of the road. He gave her a ride. She asked to be dropped off at a graveyard. There, she disappeared singing a love song, "Naina Barse." Anand began to hear that song more and more often. His mother arranged a marriage for him. His bride was the very woman he dropped off at the graveyard! Woh kaun thi?

Cast

  Sadhana  ...  Sandhya 
  Manoj Kumar  ...  Dr. Anand 
  Parveen Choudhary  ...  Dr. Lata Singh (as Parvin Chaudhari) 
  K.N. Singh  ...  Dr. S.R. Singh 
  Raj Mehra  ...  S.P. 
  Dhumal  ...  Madhav 
  Mohan Choti  ...  Sher Singh 
  Ratnamala  ...  Anand's Mother 
  Helen  ...  Seema 
  Prem Chopra  ...  Ramesh 
  Paul Sharma   
  Satish   
  Anwaribai   
  Prakash   
  Indira Bansal 



3. Bhoot(2003)

Manjeet Khosla lives with her widowed mom in Bombay, India. She gets married, gives birth to a son, and separates from her spouse. She goes to live on the 12th floor of an apartment building. Thereafter, she has an affair with Sanjay Thakkar, who is the son of the building Secretary. Shortly thereafter, she and her son fall down from their balcony and die. The building watchman testifies that Manjeet was depressed and suicidal. The apartment remains vacant for sometime, and then eventually new tenants, Vishal and his wife, Swati, move in. Vishal finds out about Manjeet's untimely death but keeps this information from Swati. When Swati finds out she is displeased with Vishal, but her anger dissolves quickly. Then Swati starts sleep-walking, leading Vishal to have her medically examined. After she recovers, she claims to see Manjeet in her apartment, as well as behaves strangely. Then the building watchman gets killed by having his neck and head turned backwards. Police Inspector Liyaqat Quereshi is assigned this case and initially questions Thakkar and Vishal. He keeps vigil on the apartment and finds out about Swati's sleep-walking habits and starts to suspect her. He also finds out that Swati is suffering from multiple personality disorder. Then Vishal asks Sarita, a psychic, for help - to which she agrees - and it is through her assistance that Vishal will find out that Manjeet did not kill herself, but she and her young son were killed and then thrown from the 12th floor of the building. The question remains: Who killed Manjeet, and what is the dead woman's connection with Swati and her ailments

Cast

  Ajay Devgan  ...  Vishal 
  Urmila Matondkar  ...  Swati 
  Nana Patekar  ...  Inspector Liyaqat Qureshi 
  Rekha  ...  Sarita 
  Fardeen Khan  ...  Sanjay Thakkar 
  Victor Banerjee  ...  Dr. Rajan 
  Tanuja  ...  Mrs. Khosla 
  Seema Biswas  ...  Kamla Bai 
  Amar Talwar  ...  Thakker 
  Barkha Madan  ...  Manjeet Khosla 
  Sabir Masani  ...  Watchman 
  Rajendra Sethi  ...  Patil 
  Lalit Marathe  ...  Dr. Shyam 
  Peeya Rai Chowdhary  ...  Peeya 
  Rekha Kamat  ...  Vishal's neighbor - Old woman 



4. Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche (1972)

Do Gaz Zameen Ke Neeche is a 1972 Hindi horror film directed by Tulsi Ramsay. In this movie, a rich young scientist rescues a woman and marries her, only to have her and her uncle murder him for his money... but he returns as a zombie, because his experiments involved raising the dead.
Cast
  Surendra Kumar  ...  Rajvansh 
  Pooja  ...  Meena 
  Imtiaz  ...  Anand 
  Shobhna  ...  Anjili 
  Smita   
  Mayank   
  Habib  ...  Joseph - the gravedigger 
  Dhumal   
  Satyendra Kapoor  



5. Purana Mandir (1984)

Suman lives a wealthy lifestyle along with her widower dad, Thakur Ranvir Singh, and an unmarried aunt, Damyanti, in a palatial house in Bombay. They are direct descendants of Raja Hariman Singh of Bijapur. When Ranvir finds out that Suman is in love with a middle-classed male, Sanjay, he expresses displeasure and forbids her to ever see him again. When she persists, he tells her that there is a curse on the entire family - a curse that was inflicted 200 years ago by a blood-thirsty, flesh-eating demon named Samri. This curse impacts only women in their family, who are hideously transformed after giving birth to their firstborn, and die a painful death. Treating this as mere superstitious, Suman and Sanjay, along with Sanjay's friend, Anand and his wife, Sapna, set out to Bijapur to unearth and put an end to this rumor - not knowing that soon they will resurrect a virtually indestructible Samri - who is out to kill the remainder of the Singh family before wrecking havoc on the region and it's inhabitants.

Cast

  Mohnish Bahl  ...  Sanjay 
  Arti Gupta  ...  Suman R. Singh (as Aarti Gupta) 
  Puneet Issar  ...  Anand 
  Sadashiv Amrapurkar  ...  Durjan - Chowkidar 
  Ajay Agarwal  ...  Samri 
  Sadhana Khote  ...  Sapna - Anand's wife (as Sadhna Khote) 
  Satish Shah  ...  Sanga (the woodcutter) 
  Trilok Kapoor  ...  Raja Hariman Singh 
  Dr. Satish Chopra   
  Rajendra Nath  ...  Sardar Murdhar Singh (as Rajinder Nath) 
  Vishakha Chotu  ...  Rupali H. Singh (as Visakha) 
  Alka Noopur  ...  Bijli - Raka's sister 
  Binny Rai   
  Pradeep Kumar  ...  Thakur Ranvir Ajit Singh 
  Dheeraj Kumar  ...  Raka - Gypsy 



6. Veerana (1988)

After the sudden death of her dad, Sameer, and mom, Preeti, Sahila goes to live with her grandmother and cousin in Bombay. Years later, now fully matured, she returns home to Chandanagar to live with her uncle, Mahendra Pratap, and cousin, Jasmin. This is where she will be exposed to a resurrected evil witch, Nikita, who has manifested herself in the body of Jasmin. Aided by a priest named Baba, she is determined to kill each and everyone of the remainder of the Pratap family members. And there is no known power on Earth that can stop Nikita.

Cast

  Hemant Birje  ...  Hemant 
  Jasmin  ...  Jasmin M. Pratap 
  Sahila Chaddha  ...  Sahila S. Pratap (as Sahila Chadha) 
  Kulbhushan Kharbanda  ...  Thakur Mahendra Pratap 
  Satish Shah  ...  Hitchcock 
  Vijayendra Ghatge  ...  Sameer Pratap (as Vijendra) 
  Gulshan Grover  ...  Raghu 
  Rama Vij  ...  Preeti S. Pratap 
  Rajesh Vivek  ...  Baba 
  Vijay Arora  ...  Employee at Petrol Pump 
  Ajay Chadha   
  Pradeep Chaudhry   
  Tina Ghai  ...  Governess 
  Gorilla  ...  Zimbera 
  Leela Mishra  ...  Mahendra's mom 



7. Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007)

When U.S.-based Siddharth visits his Indian home town with his new wife, he insists they stay at the ancestral home, laughing off family members' warnings of ghostly goings-on in the mansion. But events soon make him reconsider his beliefs. As unexplained and terrifying occurrences arise, Siddharth calls on his doctor friend to help solve the mystery. What will be the outcome? Will Siddharth's friend be able to solve this riddle?

Cast

 Akshay Kumar ...  Dr. Aditya Shrivastav
 Vidya Balan ...  Avni Chaturvedi
 Ameesha Patel ...  Radha
 Shiney Ahuja ...  Siddharth Chaturvedi
 Paresh Rawal ...  Batukshankar Upadhyay
 Rajpal Yadav ...  Chhote Pandit / Lal Hanuman
 Asrani ...  Murari
 Vikram Gokhale ...  Acharya Yagyaprakash Bharti
 Manoj Joshi ...  Badrinarayan 'Badri' Chaturvedi
 Rasika Joshi ...  Janki Upadhyay
 Tarina Patel ...  Nandini Upadhyay
 Vineeth ...  Professor Sharad Prahlad / Shashidhar
 Kaveri Jha ...  Girja Upadhyay (uncredited)
 Hema Malini ...  Woman in the picture of Manjulika (uncredited)



8. 13B: Fear Has a New Address (2009)

In today's world, the major source of relief, information and entertainment is the TV. So much so, that it has moved up from its modest position of being just another 'household appliance' to actually determining the power equation in a family. It is easy to identify the hierarchy in the family depending on who controls the remote control. So what happens when the TV realizes this power and begins to take control? What happens when instead of showing you the facts, the TV, begins to show you what it wants you to see? What happens when Manohar, to his great horror, realizes that this is exactly what is happening with his wonderful family, who has just moved into their sweet new home at 13B.

Cast

  Madhavan  ...  Manohar 'Manu' (as R. Madhavan) 
  Neetu Chandra  ...  Priya 
  Poonam Dhillon  ...  Sushma - Manohar's mom 
  Sachin Khedekar  ...  Dr. Shinde 
  Dhritiman Chatterjee  ...  Kamdar (as Dhrithiman Chaterjee) 
  Deepak Dobriyal  ...  Ashok 
  Murli Sharma  ...  Inspector Shiva (as Murali Sharma) 
  Amar Upadhyaya   
  Vinan Jain   
  Suhasini Mulay  ...  Sheila's grandma 
  Meera Vasudevan   
  Sampath Raj  ...  Advocate Ram Charan (as Sampath) 
  Sanjaih Bokaria  ...  R. Manoj (as Sanjaih) 



9. Mahal (1949)

Hari Shankar (Ashok Kumar) comes to claim his inheritance - a palatial building known as Shabnam Mahal. He does not see anything out of the normal, until he sees his portrait on the wall. The housekeeper tells him the background of the portrait and the tragic ending of two lovers. Later, Hari Shankar sees a woman singing and swinging in the garden swing, when he approaches, she disappears. Both the housekeeper and his lawyer friend, Shrinath, warn Hari Shankar, and ask him to stay away from this house, he does so, only to be drawn back. No one can help Hari Shankar now as he continues to be drawn deeper and deeper into the dark world of the ghostly apparition. "Ayega.. ayega... aanewala, aayega...." is still popular on radio and tapes/cd.

Cast

  Ashok Kumar  ...  Hari Shankar 
  Madhubala  ...  Kamini 
  M. Kumar  ...  Hari Shankar's Father (as Kumar) 
  Vijayalaxmi  ...  Ranjana 
  Kanu Roy  ...  Shrinath 
  S. Nazir   
  Eruch Tarapore   
  Sheela Naik   
  Leela Pandey   
  Neelam   
  Kaneez   
  Jagannath   
  Mohsin   
  Laxman Rao   
  S.A. Baker 



10. Bees Saal Baad (1962)


After a lusty Thakur rapes a young girl, she kills herself. Thereafter, the Thakur is killed by what the local people call the girl's vengeful spirit. Then the Thakur's son is also killed in a similar way. Thereafter the brother of the Thakur is also killed. The grandson of the Thakur, Kumar Vijay Singh (Biswajeet) returns from abroad to claim his ill-fated legacy. He is warned to stay away from the grounds that have killed his ancestors, but he intends to find out who or what is behind the killings, and hires a private detective, Gopichand Jasoos (Asit Sen). Kumar meets with Radha (Waheeda Rehman), the daughter of the local doctor, Ramlal Vaid (Manmohan Krishan), and both eventually fall in love. Then a man is found dead wearing the clothes of Kumar Vijay. In the meanwhile, Gopichand sees and follows a servant Laxman to the terrace, where he is seen flashing a lantern. Gopichand tells Kumar

  Biswajeet  ...  Kumar Vijay Singh 
  Waheeda Rehman  ...  Radha 
  Manmohan Krishna  ...  Ramlal / Radheshyam 
  Madan Puri  ...  Dr. Pandey 
  Sajjan  ...  Detective Mohan Tripathi 
  Asit Sen  ...  Gopichand Jasoos 
  Lata Sinha   
  Dev Kishan  ...  Laxman 
  Mira Mukherjee   
  Ranu   
  Manohar Gir   
  Maqbool   
  Singh   
  Prakash   
  Prem Kumar 



12 comments:

  1. Awesome Collection
    My Favorite Movie 13B also in the list
    Love it

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  2. not sufficient
    where is raaz and darna zaroori hai which were actually horror movies

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    1. Yup..Raaz is very scary movie for me...Haunted 3D also should be in the list

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    2. u guys never seen any quality horror movies, have u?
      Raaz and haunted 3d (!)
      saala!

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  3. and there must be Gumnaam (1965) among the list...

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  4. good effort and collaction

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  5. 100 days ... red rose!

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    1. how is 100 days horror? red rose? do u even understand the diff between hoorror and mystery/thriller?

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  6. I have made my list of best bollywood horror movies here..
    http://www.kuchkhaashai.com/2012/11/best-horror-movies-bollywood.html

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  7. Please visit my youtube channel to see 3 more movies not covered here
    https://www.youtube.com/user/surendrasharma76/playlists

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  8. Bhool Bhlaiya was horror and comedy movie also. Great acting of Akshay kumar made me happy many times.

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