When B-grade horror film director Hariman finds himself in debt with notorious gangster Ponty Khurana, he decides that the only way to repay the money would be to shoot another one of his legendary, low-budget, so-bad- that-they- are bad horror movies. For his magnum flopus, Hariman puts together an eccentric cast and crew. In the lead is the gangster's son and protein shake enthusiast, Monty; his love interest, TV star and tantrum-throwing expert, Prarthana; token white person, Julia and side-hero, struggling actor Rahul Thakur. Together they embark on a journey to shoot Shaitaan Haveli, which turns out to be both the name of the film and the location of the shoot. As shooting commences eerie happenings begin to plague the set. Little by little they realize that the Haveli they are shooting in has a long and terrifying past and their presence has rekindled all of it. All the horrors in their poorly written script pale in comparison to the terrors they face in real life.