Amazon Prime Video has shown a terrifying glimpse of its upcoming horror movie ‘Chhori’. Directed by Vishal Furia and produced by T-Series, Crypt TV and Abandancia Entertainment, this Amazon Original movie ‘Chhori’ is a remake of the acclaimed Marathi film ‘Lapachpi’. Nusrat Bharucha will be seen in the lead role in this film. Prime members present in India and 240 countries and territories can stream the much-awaited film exclusively on Amazon Prime Video from next November.
An attempt has been made by the OTT platform to show a glimpse of the inner world of the original horror movie Chhori. The film may not be as horrifying as Halloween, but its heart-wrenching first horror flick will surely leave a shiver in the spine. When the very first glimpse is giving you such a horrifying experience, you can only imagine how amazing the film is going to create in front of the audience.
motion poster is quite scary
After seeing the first glimpse of the film, the audience is eager to watch the Amazon Original Movie Chhori, which is all set to scare the audience in an unprecedented manner in the coming November. Horror film lovers are gearing up for an exciting journey and the makers of the film are sure that after seeing this motion poster, they will sleep with the lights on tonight.
Watch the first glimpse of the film Chori here
After seeing this motion poster of the film, the audience is excited to see it. Chhori is an upcoming horror film directed by Vishal Furia and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishnan Kumar, Vikram Malhotra, Jack Davis and Shikha Sharma. A remake of the superhit Marathi film ‘Lapchapi’, Nushrat Bharucha is going to be seen in the lead roles along with Mita Vashisht, Rajesh Jais, Saurabh Goyal and Yania Bhardwaj in this film.
Chhori marks the first collaboration between Abundance Entertainment’s Psych (a vertical focusing on the horror and paranormal genres) and Los Angeles-based Crypt TV. Crypt TV- The Look-see, The Birch, Sunny Family Cult and The Thing in the Apartment is known for introducing a new brand of fear with shows.
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