Bhool Bhulaiyaa

Synopsis: When U.S.-based Siddharth visits his Indian home town with his new wife, he insists they stay at the ancestral home, laughing off family members' warnings of ghostly goings-on in the mansion. But events soon make him reconsider his beliefs. As unexplained and terrifying occurrences arise, Siddharth calls on his doctor friend to help solve the mystery. What will be the outcome? Will Siddharth's friend be able to solve this riddle?
Director(s): Priyadarshan
Production: Eros Entertainment
  11 nominations.
159 min


Where is he?

Where are you wood stealer?

- Yes brother.

Until I don't abuse you,

you don't listen.

I thought that of the witch

palace, gobbled you up.

Did you finish the work?

It will be over tomorrow, brother.

He is going to arrive

today from America.

A bit of colour, a bit

of polish that's all.

But no, you have been working

on it for past one month... there is no end to it.

What can I do, no one is ready

to work in this haunted palace.

I have gathered 4-5 artists.

But everyone runs away after...

...the sunset out of fear.

Tell me what to do?

Okay, okay.

When the cot is polished,

keep it there.

Does it look like a cot to you,

it is a bed, a royal bed.

When 5-6 strong men will use

their complete strength...

...only then will it budge.

Give me some money, I will call...

...some people and take

care of it right now.

Did you water the garden

yesterday or not?

No, it was raining yesterday.

Then you could have held a

umbrella and watered it.

One is a wood thief and

the other, useless.

And don't make excuses, that

if you take more days...

...then you will earn more.

It is a royal family,

we will plunder it.


Did you sell the carpet here?

The rein is gone, so are the kings.

Now even the honour

is disintegrating.

Seems like I will have to get the

curtains that I gave for stitching.

They are not what they seem.

How much do I have to pay you Raghu?

How much?







He goes after that one and...

Mr. Nath! Mr. Nath!

Have you seen my Murari uncle?


When he comes, ask him to come home.

The bucket has fallen in the well,

it has to be taken out.

Okay, I will tell him.

Don't forget it.

- I won't.

Sir, sir. You have arrived

at the right moment.

It was a good game going on...

...when the English men

started mumbling again.

Please tell us what the score is?

We should ban this

English language...

...nothing can be understood.

Do you know, unknowingly how

much English you speak.

You don't even know the Hindi

meaning of some English words.

Tell me, what do you call

cricket in Hindi?

Cricket is called...

So son-in-law, what's going on?

The same old argument between

Hindi and English.

Hind, Hindi is the best.

How do you write cat in English.

- How?

C A T. How do you pronounce it?

Cat. What does it mean?


Now in Hindi, they read, write

and mean it in the same way.

Good, good.

But Sanskrit is the mother

of all languages.

Now tell me this... Mood

talam kunchika kim.

What will it mean in Hindi?

Think, I will go to the college.

The question is wrong itself.

Mood talam. That means

a foolish lock.

A lock cannot be either

foolish or smart.

A lock is a lock.

A key is a key.

Like the key to the

manor that I have.


The manor keys.

"Hail Rama! Hail Rama!

"Rama Rama Hail Hail!"

"Hail Krishna! Hail Krishna!"

"Krishna Krishna Hail Hail!"

Murari, why are you

dancing off-beat?

What happened?

Nandini has been searching for

you, do you know. - Why?

The bucket has to be taken out

of the well. Go! Hurry up!

Then I will have to go.

Or else sister-in-laws rituals

will be left incomplete.

Okay, bye.

"Hail Rama! Hail Rama!

"Rama Rama Hail Hail!"

Mr. Batuk, what are you

doing sitting here?

Where are you going?

- Mr. Batuk, I was coming to you.

What happened, did you retrieve it?

I was thinking should I go now

and retrieve it, or not.

How did you know?

Me. How wouldn't I know!

Your daughter told me.

My daughter.

- Yes.

How did she know?

Sister-in-law must have told her.

She knows it too, now

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Neeraj Vora

Neeraj Vora (22 January 1963 – 14 December 2017) was an Indian film director, writer, actor and composer from Gujarat. He made a mark in Bollywood with his work as a writer for Aamir Khan's film Rangeela. His directorial debut was Khiladi 420 in 2000. Later in 2006, he wrote and directed Phir Hera Pheri. He suffered a stroke in October 2016, putting him in coma. He was working on Hera Pheri 3 before he went into coma and died on 14 December 2017 at 3 a.m. in Criti Care hospital, Mumbai. more…

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