The story of the film revolves around Harsh Tandon (Javed Jaffrey), a big businessman, who values his business more than his family. All of a sudden, Harsha starts seeing souls and ghosts. When he consults his doctor, it is told that he possibly has chronic insomnia. To avoid this, the doctor advises him to take a break from work and go on a vacation. Harsh heads off to Shimla with his family by car. During the journey, the scary game starts and their night turns out to be a nightmare.
The most notable part of the film is its length which is about 2 hours and the movie wraps up quickly. Sometimes, horror films are stretched to an unnecessary length; therefore, after a certain moment, it becomes difficult to tolerate such a flick. The screenplay is fresh and tidy while the dialogues bring out fear and other emotions brilliantly. They are written keeping the whole set up and backdrop in mind.
This film may not be a great horror, but it terrifies and that too diversely. I think that is all you expect from a horror film.