Best Bollywood Suspense Thriller Movies

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If you are a hardcore Bollywood fan, then these best Bollywood suspense thriller movies are best for you to watch and as per my perspective you must be 18+ as in this list, you will find many films that are indulged in the use of abusive languages. Use of foul languages in the recent Bollywood movies are getting common in trends but that is quite ok among the audiences. The suspense is mindboggling and may lead you to think twice what would come next.

So, check out the list of best Bollywood suspense thriller movies and you must prohibit watching with your parents, check this out:

 

Drishyam (2015)

Drishyam (2015)

The good thing about Vijay is that Kamat clearly doesn’t try too hard to shape his character: he’s simple, but sharp as a razor at the same time. Vijay holding forth on Habeas Corpus (relief from unlawful detention) to a group of villagers is a masterstroke of characterization — you laugh at him because you know that his worldly wisdom is courtesy the small TV in his office, but, at the same time, he leaves you mightily impressed with him. Read More

 

Gumnaam (1965)

Gumnaam (1965)

This film’s positives are the great songs by Shankar-Jaikishan, the choreography, the filmi noir set decoration, and the Helen-Pran chemistry. Gumnaam is familiar to western audiences because the film Ghost World used its first song (“Jaan Pehchaan Ho”) in a scene. This song kicks off the journey into a crazy world where bouffant hair meets men in dresses; giant Easter Island statues with glowing red eyes compete with Helen for your attention. Read More

 

Bees Saal Baad (1962)

Bees Saal Baad (1962)

We often ask how a particular stereotype gathers ground. Why horror films are established with the sound of anklets, a lady sings a haunting number in the wild in the dead of the night, suddenly the hand of the devil surfaces and shriek follows ?.The answer is when all this was tried for the first time, it was a novelty and the audience lapped it up. But over a period of time path-breaking becomes generic. “Bees Saal Baad” remains that benchmark in the horror/thriller genre in Indian cinema. Read More

 

Police Public (1990)

Police Public (1990)

Quite good suspense thriller film. I liked the film actually. Many known characters have been a part of this film. Artist like Raaj Kumar,Nasserudin Shah, Raj Kiran, Poonam Dhillon, Prem Chopra and etc. This film can be watch once as the suspense reveals at the end and the thrill ends up with the ‘The End’ title. As this kind of film are only one time watchable. Read More

Khoj (1989)

Ramsays should not have explored the non-horror territory. In fact, there’s a fight sequence in which Naseeruddin Shah enters with a swagger and a denim jacket slung over his shoulders, held by his right hand. And he keeps holding the jacket that way during almost the entire fight! It is ridiculous to see him receiving blows, falling, hitting the walls, and holding on to the jacket all the time. Stylebhai, anyone? Read More

 

Samay: When Time Strikes (2003)

Samay: When Time Strikes (2003)

If you are going to begin a thriller with frames from Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, you had better be sure that the rest of the film is at least a pale shadow of the master. But debutant director Robby Grewal’s Samay doesn’t manage even that. Read More

 

8 x 10 Tasveer (2009)

8 x 10 Tasveer (2009)

Some more supra-normal stuff after 13B and Aa Dekhen Zara? Why not, provided it gives you the believe-it-or-not feel and carries you beyond the realms of conventional imagination. So, does Nagesh Kukunoor’s dalliance with sci-fi meet this criterion? Not really. For though the film is based on an unusual premise and focuses on a new hero-type, the plot simply plods along, with undue repetition and the sci-fi biz is just a ploy to peddle a regular whodunit. Read More

 

Kahaani (2012)

Kahaani (2012)

Kahaani is a nifty thriller with an enjoyment quotient that is indirectly proportionate to how long you spend thinking about the plot. If you back-track and try to connect all the dots, the implausibility of the story amplifies – there’s even a piecing-together-the-puzzle moment that echoes The Usual Suspects but this riddle isn’t a patch on the intricate web of lies in the Bryan Singer film. However, if you’re willing to think less, there is some fun to be had here. Read More

 

Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997)

Gupt: The Hidden Truth (1997)

Bollywood heartthrob Bobby Deol stars in this musical drama as an innocent man charged with killing his father. Though he did not commit the crime, circumstantial evidence suggests he may have been involved, and the young man is found guilty. Unable to deal with the constraints of prison life, he escapes and sets out to prove his innocence by tracking down the actual murderer. Kajol and Manisha Koirala highlight the supporting cast. Read More

 

Dhund (1973)

Dhund (1973)

On a misty mountain road, a car meets with an accident and the driver, Shekhar (Navin Nischol), knocks on the door of the nearest house to get help. He finds the door unlocked and decides to walk in. Inside, he discovers the murdered master of the house – Ranjit Singh (Danny Denzongpa) – and the murderer holding the proverbial smoking gun. Read More

 

Kaun? (1999)

Kaun? (1999)

The story starts and ends in one stormy night. After her parents go out, the nameless character that Urmila plays is home alone, and the solitude apparently gives her the creeps. As she fiddles around trying to keep her mind occupied she hears news of a killer on the loose, one who murders women alone in their houses. Read More

 

Talaash (2012)

Talaash (2012)

If I sound like a woman cheated, it’s only because I was so invested in Reema Kagti’s suspense drama. The film has one of the most terrific first hours I’ve seen this year. It’s taut, twisty and absolutely thrilling. Reema creates a wonderfully textured and atmospheric portrait of Mumbai, where neon lights and garish make-up just barely disguise the hollowness within. Read More

 

Manorama Six Feet Under (2007)

Manorama Six Feet Under (2007)

It’s tremendously hard to discuss this film without constantly paralleling it with Chinatown. It’s all there: the double-crossing, the false identity, the nose-break (though I wish Singh had himself jumped onto screen to slash it, just like Polanski’s cameo) and the resultant bandage, the incest, the blackmail and surprisingly enough even the water issues, the original film being set around the California Water Wars. Read More

 

The Stoneman Murders (2009)

The Stoneman Murders (2009)

Sanjay Shelaar (Kay Kay Menon) is a hot-headed dead-against-crime kind of policeman. He does not get along with Kedaar (Arbaaz Khan), another police officer. Due to some events, Sanjay gets suspended leaving the pattar-maar case under Kedaar’s charge. But his senior Satam (Vikram Gokhale) unofficially lets Sanjay continue his investigation and try to save his job. Read More

Rahasya (2015)

Rahasya (2015)

A young 18-year-old girl Ayesha Mahajan daughter of two doctor parents Sachin (Ashish Vidyarthi) and Aarti Mahajan (Tisca Chopra) is found dead in her house. Right at the start is the most ridiculous interrogation ever. A rude Mumbai police inspector interrogates the two parents who have just lost their daughter almost as if they are dreaded criminals. But once Mumbai police is out of the picture and CBI officer Sunil Paraskar (Kay Kay Menon) takes charge the film suddenly picks up. Read More

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