Post the death of Sunny’s (Rannvijay Singh) girlfriend, Sarah (Anindita Nayar), Sunny who is a reality television host decides to venture into the forbidden land to determine whether ghosts exist along with his friends Cyrus (Salil Acharya) and Raj (Kavin Dave).
Sarah’s mysterious death at the haunted Rudra Mills, is where 3 A.M. begins. Sunny and his friends on the pretext to film a reality show land up in the same Rudra Mills to gather proof and end up filming the supposed paranormal activities on camera.
They begin at 09:00 A.M.; are challenged at 11:00 P.M.; get possessed at 01:00 A.M.; terrified at 02:00 A.M. and finally hunted by 03:00 A.M. Oops!! this one hurts.
Going by the title, 3 A.M. is supposed to be the devil hour, where ghosts are thought to be at their most powerful. Now can Sunny and his friends manage to decode the mystery surrounding the mills during this ungodly hour. Well that’s what the film is all about.
As usual, 3 A.M. shamelessly borrows from all the possible horror movies and thus lacks originality. 3 A.M. falls flat when it comes to the scares and chills provided by its Hollywood predecessors, that makes you go numb with fear. The movie lacks depth and a strong premise, which makes 3 A.M. a torture to watch.
What’s striking about the film is the fact that its very verbose something that is a give in for any horror film. During the film most of the time you want to tell the to stop talking as they are constantly engage in silly banter chatting or debating on trivial issues. Gosh!! Give us a break!!
As far as performances go, Rannvijay Singh only manages to look good whereas Salil Acharya and Kavin Dave are decent in supporting roles.
The only good thing about 3 A.M. is its background score as it stands out, thus keeping to hooked. Otherwise the movie is just a waste of all the effort that has gone in to make the film
3 A.M. is all about a television reality show, paranormal activities and last but not the least a failed love story. Post the death of Sunny's (Ran...1.0