Claps for: Trying really hard to scare us
Slaps for: Making us laugh instead
Popcorn-refill: If you don't leave before the interval..
Story: This is a story of Sunny (Rannvijay) who along with his two friends, sets out on a deadly adventure. As the night unfolds at Rudra Mills, they get to know the truth about its past and realize that spirits do exist.
Performances: Rannvijay Singh gave a decent performance and managed to deliver out-dated dialogues with full confidence. You couldn't really expect an outstanding performance from any actor in a film like this. Salil Acharya fit in well and didn't give us a chance to complain, as far as his performance was concerned. Anindita Nayar looked a little uncomfortable in her role and doesn't manage to stand out in the film. Kavin Dave deserves a special mention for bringing many light moments to this film with his on-screen presence.
Direction: Vishal Mahadkar fared poorly as far as direction is concerned. He failed to bring about the spook element in this film and left the plot looking dull and uninteresting. Though he did try to play along with many twists in the film, they came across as amateurish and didn't impress.
Combo on offer: Following is the combo that this film has to offer-
A very spooky title+ Unintended laughs= Save your time/money, watch one of those ghost hunt television shows if you must.
Final verdict: We give this film slaps for ruining whatever fear people may have connected to '3 A.M' in real life.
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