Krishna Cottage (2004) (8/12)

Here’s what you need to know: A professor writes a book containing nine and a half stories (because what’s life without whimsy?) and only one copy of it has been kept safely at a college. One day, a group of friends discover this book and all hell breaks loose because the evil trapped in the book is now unleashed. 

If, like me, you’re also sick and tired of these crappy excuses for horror movies, here are some genuinely good Indian horror films that you should check out:

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Written by Abu Bakar

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