Percept Pictures releases world's first film without title

NEW DELHI: Percept Pictures has released a film ‘?‘. Perhaps this is for the first time that a film has been released without a title and since no suitable title could be given, it has been simply marketed as ‘?‘.

Percept Pictures has picked up the work of two youngsters, Yash Dave and Allison Patel, who have come to them with "found footage", in its bid to promote young differential talent.

The film released as ‘?‘ since the visual is unusual in format, making one wonder if this footage is real or reel.

According to Percept Picture Company distribution, acquisition and IPR head Yusuf Shaikh, the film is "an enigma... it is for us, footage found. Hence, we decided to simply let it be what it is... a Question Mark!"

The first look of the film will be unveiled at Simpuls, the popular Symbiosis College fest, thereby having a direct connect with the target youth segment.

Interestingly, a part of ‘?‘footage, a YouTube video on a young girl ‘Simran Possessed‘, has already become quite popular in just 14 days: it has over 1,66,716 hits so far.

The video that has been posted from India even has Chinese followers. There are others who run a parallel video to this stating Jesus will save Simran possessed.

"A violent manifestation, a terrifying tape," says a blogger who wants to find out who Simran really is. But the blogger also wants to know what happens when someone takes over your mind, body and soul.

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