MUMBAI: Vikram Bhatt, known for his films like Raaz, 1920, Shaapit, Fear and Life Mein Kabhie Kabhie, is ready with his latest film Haunted, the country‘s first next generation stereoscopic 3D film.
The film is slated for release on 15 April.
Avers Bhatt, “Haunted is my most challenging and fulfilling film. The challenge began from the scripting stage itself for we had to visualise the country‘s film of this genre. The style was new and the technology was new too.”
Haunted is the story of a man (Mahakshay Chakraborty) who has been given the responsibility of selling a mansion in the hills. When he goes to the house, he realises that it is haunted. He cannot do anything with the property till he gets to the bottom of this issue. The rest of the film seeks to unravel the mystery.
Talking of how he adapted the film in 3D technology, Bhatt observed, “We had to acquaint ourselves with the technology, learn to adapt it. This part was a major feat and I must thank the entire technical team for coming up with the end-result. I would never have been able to achieve this milestone without them.”
The technical crew of Haunted comprises Hollywood technicians like Brent Robinson, Christan Jeams, Cassidey and Michael Reuben Flax.