Horror movies usually come in two varieties - horrifying and horrible. Shaitani Hawas scrapes the bottom of the latter barrel too - it's a horribly made horrible film. These movies are made using extras in the lead roles as well (that is, if you do wish to glorify some of the roles as lead). And it takes a lot of extra effort to sit through them.
It all starts off when a rich girl, Noorie, bumps (literally) into a guy called Shyam. Since he's an educated and unemployed guy, she decides to give him a job as a servant in the house. That makes her sound like a nice girl, right? I thought so, too. Well, what do you know.
One fine day Noorie and her friends are having a kitty party, and they decide to rape Shyam - and they do it all together. Now I know that that's the secret fantasy of many of us, but Shyam, being under the influence of the director of the film, who is in turn under the compulsion to lend the horror touch, decides not to let the situation last in perpetuity, and instead, threatens to expose them. And when he does so (threatens, that is), the girls kill him.
What follows is pretty logical. Shyam's spirit (it's a horror film, silly!), out for revenge, rapes and kills the girls one by one. Do ghosts rape? Well, I'm hardly an authority on that, but I guess when you are a ghost, you have more privileges. And considering that it's a Hindi horror film, anyone can do whatever he or she likes, like it or not.
This amateurish attempt to create a movie is filled with stupidities that make no sense - like Noorie's fiancée having no sensible role except dancing around trees and singing songs with her, and most of the girls (in fact all of them) bathing with their clothes on, and wearing night-suits that could put all the great designers to shame.
At this stage of the review, our template warrants an editorial on the performances, direction, music, cinematography and such other minor considerations of movie-making, but I'll spare you all that. If you are reading this part, you have been through enough already. If you are still expecting that final word on whether to watch the movie or not, then you've REALLY been through enough.