Divya Solgamawrote on Apr 18 2008 7:45PM
Story 6 Actors : Randeep Hooda, Zakir Hussain and Rasika Joshi, Director: J. D. Chakravarthy On a rainy night, Ajay Doshi (Randeep Hooda) accidently bumps into a woman. He is petrified. The next morning, when he opens his eyes, he finds himself in the police lock-up. He is accused of murdering a man. He claims that he is innocent. The cop (Zakir Hussain) refuses to buy the story. The mother of the victim (Rasika Joshi) arrives at the police station. Ajay Doshi suddenly is possessed by the spirit of the woman whom he had bumped into earlier. The cop still refuses to beleive the fact that Ajay Doshi is possessed. In the turn of events, the sprit enters the cop and now he is possessed by the sprit of the woman. He draws a gun and kills the mother of the victim (Rasika Joshi). Finally the cop realises that it is actually a spirit and they bury the body of the mother of the victim (Rasika Joshi) and Ajay Doshi heads back to where he is going (the woman actually murdered by the mother, father and her husband). Ajay Doshi had actually commited the murder when he was possessed. Story 7 The old lady and five children Director : Manish Gupta The seventh story is the overarching story that contains the other six stories. While the old lady narrates the stories, the children make excuses to go to the bathroom or have a drink of water. When they return to the group they seem strange and aloof. The last boy doesn't seem scared and tells the old lady that there was nothin really scary about her stories. The old lady smiles eerily and tells him that the last story is more scary, the one in which the lady is the ghost. The boy tries to run at the end when he discovers that he had been sitting alone all the time and all his friends are dead. He tries to open the main door but the handle comes off and eventually is killed by the old lady who is perhaps a witch or ghost.