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5 Bollywood movies that you cannot watch alone

The B Town is known to make different genre movies, which certainly include the creepy and horror ones. There are films that are known for their creepy stories and many nail-biting moments along with giving you the spooky kind of background score thus giving B Town a very different one on track. Well, it would be interesting to catch such films that have these elements, which you cannot watch alone. So, while catching up these films, make sure you have someone to give you the company so that you remain comfortable while enjoying the films particularly during the nights, have a look:

1). ‘Mahal’ (1949)

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The film Mahal is popularly called the first horror film to be made in B Town. Thus the first horror genre movie that came in your life could be called as Mahal. The film deals with the theme of reincarnation, while it was seen scaring till date with its horror content, make sure you do not watch this film alone.

2). Bees Saal Baad’ (1962)

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This B Town film is loosely based on the English movie called “The Hound Of Baskerville” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, which happens to be the horror movie. It was among the high grosser in 1962.

3). Kohraa’ (1964)


The other film happens to be the adaptation of the novel called “Rebecca”, written by Daphne du Maurier in 1938. The film “Kohraa” has several chilling moments to enjoy, while the climax of the movie happens to be the most interesting one to check.

4). Raat’ (1992)


Another film that is scary enough to avoid watching in loneliness is Raat, which is directed by Ram Gopal Verma. It happens to be a supernatural thriller, which happens to be a cult classic film. In this movie, the lady in the lead role is known to have a spirit of dead kitten.

5). Raaz’ (2002)


The other film that happens to be scary is the one called Raaz, which was released in the year 2002. The film is loosely based on the Michelle Pfeiffer called What Lies Beneath and it has Dino Morea, Bipasha Basu and Ashutosh Rana in the lead roles.

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