Raaz Reboot Review, Critics Ratings By Taran Adarsh, Rajiv Masand And Komal Nahta

The fourth installment of horror series Raaz Reboot finally released at box office with mixed word of mouth. The much awaited horror flick take good start at box office compare with Pink. The film fails to impress critics as well audience. After Azhar, Emraan Hashmi came with his latest film Raaz Reboot i.e. the 4th installment of Raaz film series. Raaz Reboot is a horror thriller genre film written and directed by Vikram Bhatt. Mahesh Bhatt produced this film under Vishesh Films banner. Raaz Reboot Star Cast includes Gaurav Arora and Kriti Kharbanda along with Emraan. The story of Raaz 4 is revolves around Emraan Hashmi playing as Aditya, Kriti Kharbanda is playing as Shaina and Gaurav Arora as Rehaan. The plot of film is quite similar to ‘1920’ as Rehaan Moves to a news house in Romania but an evil spirit already lives in that house. Rehaan started doing some weird things, and then Shaina decided to take help of her ex Aditya.


Raaz Reboot Critics Review 

Ratings: 0.5/5 Review By: Tatsam Site: India today

Raaz Reboot might still go on to make money, like its predecessors in the franchise. But do we as the Indian audience needs to assault with such banal, comical horror every single time the Bhatts have some money to make a film? Nope. So if you still go ahead and spend money on a movie like this, you DESERVE more movies like these. And thou shalt not complain about the poor state of horror movies in India. Thou absolutely shalt not.

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Ratings: 1/5 Review By: Sarit Ray Site: Hindustan Times

If you’ve already started with the slow claps, wait. There’s so much more. Raaz, director Vikram Bhatt’s genre-bending series — masquerading as horror, but providing laughs since 2002 — does not disappoint in its so-called Reboot.

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Ratings: 3.5/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama

While the film’s first half is slow, the second half picks up with the horror and mystery elements kicking in. However, the film misses the presence of sex element, which is the forte of the Bhatts and movies belonging to this genre.On the whole, RAAZ REBOOT offers an unconventional horror story that will leave you haunted and scared. If you are an enthusiast of supernatural thriller/horror movies, get ready to be shocked and surprised with this one.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Review By: Shubhra GuptaSite: Indian Express

 Suck on that, all ye who propagate the use of garlic buds and crosses to defeat blood-sucking vampires. Whether is ‘des’ or ‘vides’, no ‘buri aatmaa’ or plain vanilla ‘bhoots’ can stand up against the might of the ‘mangalsutra’. Or, we must hasten to add, a plaintive ‘sufi’ song. One is enough. Both together can chase anything away from anywhere, including the poor chumps who have paid to be scared.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Review By: Surabhi Site: Koimoi

Raaz Reboot quite literally is a deja vu of most horror films from Bollywood.Raaz Reboot may be named as a Reboot but there is nothing different in it. Watch it only if you are a fan of Bollywood horror films! Raaz Reboot is a classic fail at coming even little close to scaring you. I need to reboot my memory to have watched this! A 1.5/5 for this one!

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Ratings:– Review By: Nandini Site: Scroll

Vikram Bhatt has landed the final nail in the coffin of the Raaz franchise, and that is a massive relief. Why build a 127-minute narrative around false hopes, non-existent sexual frisson, non-scary horror scenes, songs that escape memory, and a plot that relies on the power of the mangal sutra to set things right? Even the Ramsay brothers are more fun than this toothless romp in vampire country.

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Ratings: 1.5/5 Review By: Sreeju Site: BollywoodLife

Raaz is a series that definitely needs a reboot, but this film is not an answer for that, at least till the interval. Vikram Bhatt uses the same tropes to scare us that we have seen in all the films till now, to the point that we can guess when the paranormal entity makes his/her appearance next. It also doesn’t help matters that. The romantic songs feel forcibly interspersed in the narrative, because, you know, that’s the tradition when it comes to Bollywood horror flicks. Some of the scenes, which were supposed to scare us, look laughable.

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