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Aatma review by Hindustan Times
Aatma critic rating (Hindustan Times): 2
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Aatma critic rating (ibnlive.com): 1.5
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Aatma critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 2
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Aatma critic rating (The Telegraph): 2
Aatma review by Times of India
Aatma critic rating (Times of India): 3
 
 

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Aatma  (2013 - Hindi)

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  • Faisal Saif

    Aatma is a waste of your Time and Energy

    Aatma rating: 3 out of 10

    By Faisal Saif (22 Mar 2013)

    Aatma is a (Wannabe) Horror Film directed by Suparn Verma. Suparn Verma is the same director who made 'Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena' with Fardeen Khan, Koena Mitra and Feroz Khan. The film was a Copy/Rip-Off/Inspiration from Hollywood Movie 'Con-Fidence' which had Dustin Hoffman. He later made 'Acid Factory' with Fardeen Khan, Irrfan, Danny Dengzongpa and other big star-cast. Acid Factory was again a Copy/Rip-Off/Inspiration of Jason Statham's 'The Unknown'. Aatma is his third film as a Director.

    Suparn Verma also spread a News through his PR Machinery (While shooting ... » read more

  • kareena lamba

    fail to scare us

    Aatma rating: 3 out of 10

    By kareena lamba(11 Apr 2013)

    i saw the movie on wave cinema and to my disappointment, the movie failed to scare us. Bipasha was bad and the storyline was baseless and not a horror movie at all . » read more

  • Naina Chatterjee

    A good horror ride

    Aatma rating: 0 out of 10

    By Naina Chatterjee(20 Mar 2013)

    The film has a plot that is quite new to Indian cinema. A doting father, who when dead, wants to take his daughter with him. And fighting for the daughter's survival is the lone mother of the child.

    The actors, including the young Doyel, are very good, and justify their characters perfectly. Direction is also good. There are no scary moments as such. But overall, you do connect with the trauma of the mother. » read more

Film: Aatma; Actors: Bipasha Basu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Doyel Dhawan and Shernaz Patel; Writer-Director: Suparn Verma; Rating: ***

All of us - men and women, husband and wives, adults and children, have to live with our fears. Sometimes we have to die with them. That's where trouble starts in Suparn Verma's smartly-written, nimbly-executed shiver-giver which, blessedly, doesn't lapse into a gore fest... At least not until the last few reels when the body count begins to pile up faster than we can say, Aatma.

By the end of this short-and-slick and eerie-isistible horror drama, I did begin to get the feeling that the script, which had so far moved at a symmetrical even and smooth pace, kills too many people. Life is short. Shorter if you have a dead spouse determined to wrangle your only child's security by» Read full review

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