Film Songs
घोस्ट स्टोरीस
Ghost Stories
भूतों की कहानियां

  • Mis Spell Name

  • Ghost Stories
  • Genre

  • Drama, Horror,
  • Production House

  • RSVP Movies, Flying Unicorn Entertainment, Netflix
  • Producer

  • Ronnie Screwvala
  • Director

  • Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap
  • Composer

  • -
  • Censor Date

  • 27/12/2019
  • Censor Year

  • 2020
  • Released date

  • 01/01/2020
  • Released Year

  • 2020



Censor Board Details (Central Board of Film Certification)

  • Certificate No :

  • U/A 000 -MUM
  • Certificate Date :

  • 27/12/2019
  • Office :

  • Mumbai
  • Guage :

  • -
  • Length :

  • 12705 Feet 4235 Meters
  • Duration :

  • 144 Minutes
  • Reels :

  • 14
  • Color :

  • Coloured
  • Native Language :

  • Hindi
  • Dubbed Languages:

  • Another Language



Cast Details Story Songs
  • Producer : Ronnie Screwvala
  • Director : Karan Johar , Dibakar Banerjee , Zoya Akhtar , Anurag Kashyap
  • Writer : Karan Johar , Dibakar Banerjee , Zoya Akhtar , Avinash Sampath
  • Screenwriter- screenplay : Karan Johar
  • Dialog Writer : Karan Johar
  • Story : Karan Johar
  • Actress : Sobhita Dhulipala , Mrunal Thakur , Jaanvi Kapoor , Surekha Sikri , Jyoti Subhash , Kitu Gidwani
  • Actor : Avinash Tiwari , Raghuvir Yadav , Gulshan Devaiya , Vijay Verma , Shamit Tandon
Story 1-directed by Zoya Akhtar-Sameera (Janhvi Kapoor), a young nurse, arrives to take care of an ailing bedridden old lady, Mrs. Malik (Surekha Sikri) in a desolate house. The former is needy, clutching at a reluctant lover Guddu (Vijay Varma); the latter, a stunner in her time.[7] The son is supposed to be taking care of the old mother for the duration between the change of nurses, but he is not around. Mrs. Malik tells Sameera that her son is sleeping in the next room, but no one is there. Later, it is found out that the son never turned up and she died due to starvation three days back. As the camera moves away from Sameera, she stares blankly into the distance with a knowing look in her eyes. The viewers are left wondering if the ghost of Mrs Malik has inhibited Sameera’s body./Story 2 - directed by Anurag Kashyap-Set in what feels like 90's Britain with a heavily desaturated look that borders on monochrome, the story revolves around a paranoid, pregnant woman Neha (Sobhita Dhulipala) who babysits her late sister's kid, Ansh (Zachary Braz).[8] The obsessive affection of a kid and paranoia of a childless young woman assumes terrifying proportions. Neha at one point loses sight of what is real and what is her nightmare. A curse of the past triggers her into meltdown and another miscarriage. What we don't know is whether the child- Ansh was involved in making that happen./Story 3 - directed by Dibakar Banerjee -A man (Sukant Goel) arrives in a small town, Bees-ghara to find it empty, except for a boy and girl. He's told that everyone has been eaten[8] by the girl's father, who is the councilman of Sau-ghara, the big town. At first, the man refuses to believe the person, and when he tries to go out, is met with a zombie woman who attacks him. The boy rescues him, and back in the safe house, he decides to save the children and alert the local authorities. When he gets out and enters a school, he sees the principal behaving strangely. The principal suddenly runs away. The children explain that some people, in order to save themselves from getting eaten, started eating others too as the creatures do not eat those who also eat human flesh. As the man watches, the school principal screams and convulses on the ground. The girl's father, who resembles a hairy bear-like creature enters their room. The creature, who has poor vision, is unable to detect the presence of the man and the children until the girl, overcome with love for her father, goes near him, only to be killed and eaten by him. The other two, stunned, don't move for a day, and the monster leaves. The boy has an idea that they take the blood from the girl's remains and cover their faces with it so that the zombies will believe that they too are zombies and let them go. The entire place is under surveillance by the girl's father and upon seeing the pair, he checks them personally. He grows suspicious of the boy, who in reaction, eats some of the flesh of the girl. The monster turns to the man, who holds himself, but gets scared and starts running, resulting in him being chased by the zombies. On the way, he falls into a trap. He is thrown the girl's hand, so that he can demonstrate he is one of them. The man refuses to do so, and screams as the girl's father pounces on him, only to wake up from what is supposedly a dream. The man is then confused as he wakes up in the same trap he fell into, and runs towards Bees-ghara. Finding the place deserted and burning, he assumes the worst and cries that he failed to save the children. At the same time, a car comes, full of people who resembled the earlier zombies. The man is taken by them and they tell him that they are people of Sau-ghara and that nobody lives in Bees-ghara after they burned it down because it was a very inferior place. / Story 4 - directed by Karan Johar-Ira (Mrunal Thakur) agrees to have an arranged marriage with the handsome and wealthy Dhruv (Avinash Tiwary) who dwells in a house his grandmother built. On the first night after her wedding, she sees her husband seemingly talking to the grandmother who died 20 years ago. Each night after that, the grandmother comes to bid good night to Dhruv, who seems to be the only one who can see her. In spite of being an adult, he enjoys playing peek-a-boo with the dead grandmother. Ira questions the maid Shanti (Heeba Shah), and learns that when Dhruv was playing peek-a-boo with her, he accidentally pushed her down the stairs. The grandmother was severely incapacitated and in terrible pain. Despite this, she would make it a point to visit Dhruv each night to wish him a good night. The conversation ends before Ira can learn the circumstances of the grandmother's passing. One night Ira gets tired of Dhruv's attachment to his dead grandmother and storms into her room, still preserved as a shrine her, and screams at the grandmother to leave them alone. The next day, at breakfast, Shanti helps Ira stir her oatmeal. Midway through breakfast, Ira starts ha