Lupt Reviews (Top Critics)

By Kunal Guha (1.5/5)

Hindi films featuring aatmas and pretaatmas have forever stuck to a clichd construct - creaky chairs, flickering bulbs, plastic dolls that bleed from their frozen eyes and a symphonic crescendo that culminates in a chalk-faced apparition appearing with a jolt. Lupt is hardly any different and opens with a spooky item number. A woman in Halloween eye makeup preens on a disco floor, repeating the film's title in a jarring track. Let's just say, there's something for everyone here.

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By Reza Noorani (2/5)

Harsh Tandon (Javed Jaffrey) is a highly ambitious businessman who suffers from insomnia. Possibly, owing to his sleep disorder, he starts seeing things and is advised by his psychiatrist to take a break from work. He packs his model daughter (Meenakshi Dixit) and her photographer boyfriend (Karan Anand), his prankster son (Rishabh Chadha) and his dutiful wife (Niki Walia) and heads for Nainital to take a much needed break.

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By Nandini Ramnath (2/5)

Lupt is the latest in a series of karmic horror films, with the kind of plot you can predict from the first frame but hang around for anyway just to see how the corpses pile up. Successful businessman Harsh Tandon (Jaaved Jaaferi) is bulldozed by his family into taking a vacation for which he does not have the time or the inclination.

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