Amavas trailer: Sachiin Joshi, Nargis Fakhri's romance is cut short as evil forces threaten to destroy their lives
Sachiin Joshi and Nargis Fakhri fight the perils of a haunted house and a disturbed spirit in the trailer of Amavas.
Sachiin Joshi and Nargis Fakhri fight the age-old trope of a haunted house and a disturbed spirit in the trailer of Amavas. While Joshi and Fakhri try and fathom the inexplicable goings-on in the house, Bhushan Patel's narrative weaves deeper into a horrific thriller.
Joshi shared the trailer link on his social media account.
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This new year Amavas will be darker and more terrifying ...Check out the #amavastrailer (Link is in bio) Directed by @bhushanpatel co-starring @nargisfakhri @kingaliasgar @missdhillon @vivanbhathena_official @monajsingh @ViikingEntertainment @tseries.official @amavasmovie
With generous jump scares and low angles, the morbid atmosphere around their new abode is well established. Being a new couple in love, Sachiin and Nargis are initially seen romancing each other in typical Bollywood style (slow-motion running et al). However, the eerie proceedings in the house force a greater sense of doom over their newly found love for the other.
As the two start getting affected by the evil spirits around them, there are other external elements which warn them of the potency in the evil that had resided in the house.
Amavas is scheduled to hit theatres on 11 January, 2019.
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