Remo D'Souza unveils first look of supernatural thriller Lupt starring Jaaved Jaaferi, Meenakshi Dixit
Set to hit the theatres in September, Lupt is a supernatural thriller written and directed by Prabhuraj.
After tasting success at the box office with Race 3, choreographer-turned-director, Remo D'Souza unveiled the first look of Lupt in the form of a poster via a Tweet on Monday.
— Remo D'souza (@remodsouza) July 9, 2018
Meenakshi Dixit's diabolic face takes the center stage on the poster and features as a possessed soul with a gash on her forehead and the eyes without pupils. There's a secluded house in the frame with a pram parked a few yards in the front. The tagline of the movie produced by Hanwant Khatri and Lalit Kiri says ‘Every family has a story.’
Set to hit the theatres in September, Lupt is a supernatural thriller written and directed by Prabhuraj. The poster doesn't explicitly mention the star cast. However, according to a post made by their Facebook page, Jaaved Jaaferi, Vijay Raaz, Karan Aanand, Niki Walia, Meenakshi Dixit along with Rishab Chadha are a part of this project.
Back in 2017, Jaaved Jaaferi had revealed his association with Lupt and his 'never seen before' role on Twitter.
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