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Movie: AatmaDirector: Suparn VermaCast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bipasha Basu, Doyel DhawanAction *** Direction **Script ** Verdict ***IF imagination were the criterion, then director Suparn Verman of a-few-films-old would, unquestionably, qualify as ...The Statesman, 1 month ago Hindi Movie Review: 'Aatma' Daijiworldcom, 1 month ago 'Aatma' - an 'eerie'-isistible horror drama (IANS Movie Review) News Track India, 1 month ago Anupama Chopra's review: Aatma Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Suparn Verma's upcoming venture Aatma blends elements of domestic violence with horror and the director says lead actress Bipasha Basu went through hell emotionally while shooting the film....Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago Bishapa Basu faces hell like situation in AATMA International Reporter, 1 month ago Aatma has traumatised Bipas... Siasat Daily, 2 months ago Bipasha Basu traumatised? Aatma director speaks out Daily Bhaskar, 2 months ago
Suparn Verma who's recently returned from a mini-vacation to Thailand post the release of his horror flick Aatma is now packing his bags for New York, for a special screening of his Bipasha Basu-starrer. Suparn shares, Aatma is the official ...DNA India, 1 month ago Horror genre now respected,... Siasat Daily, 1 month ago Bips makes horror films respectable: director Gulf News, 1 month ago `Horror films are now respected, thanks to Bipasha` Santabanta, 1 month ago
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Thanks to Aatma - the brainchild of director, screenplay and story writer Suparn Verma, Hindi cinema can now heave a sigh of relief after years of being pulled up for its stereotypical scary films belonging to the supernatural genre. After going ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Aatma review: Finally, a horror film free of stereotypes! ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Aatma review: A horror film free of stereotypes The New Nation, 1 month ago
Aatma is journalist-turned-filmmaker Suparn Verma's third film, and his first tryst with the horror genre. The film stars the superhot Bipasha Basu and the super-talented National Award winning actor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, in his first lead role. The film, says Suparn, will play with your mind, instead of using 'scare' tactics typical with the horror genre. Aatma has already generated a huge buzz ahead of its March 22 release. Suparn's earlier films were Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena and ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Aatma director Suparn Verma: I was sick of horror being abused Rediff.com, 1 month ago 'Aatma' will redefine horror genre: Suparn Verma IBN Live, 2 months ago Aatma will redefine horror genre: Suparn Verma One India, 2 months ago
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After making thrillers like ‘Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena’ and ‘Acid Factory’, writer-director Suparn Verma has moved on to the horror genre with ‘Aatma’. One thing that he was sure of before stepping into this new world, he had ...India Glitz, 1 month ago Suparn Verma's Bipasha Basu-Nawazuddin starrer AATMA was supposed to be made in 3D Glamsham, 1 month ago 'I have compromised a lot with my stories' Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Suparn Varma's AATMA is the first Indian movie to have used Dolby Atmos surround sound. For those uninitiated, Dolby Atmos, a new technology introduced by Dolby Laboratories in April last year was first used in Pixar's BRAVE. The first installation was in the ...Glamsham, 2 months ago Aatma makes a Brave move Mumbai Mirror, 2 months ago
After the success of 'Raaz 3', Bipasha Basu is again seen in another horror film titled 'Aatma'. Directed by Suparn Varma, the film stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui opposite her. he film even had paid previews in many cities and it opened with a collection of Rs 2.8 ...IBN Live, 1 month ago
Aatma has a story flimsier than Bipasha Basu's negligees in the film. And no, there isn't even enough skin show in this Suparn Verma film to compensate for the lack of genuine chills and thrills.The Telegraph, 1 month ago
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