Darr @ The Mall
Darr @ The Mall is an upcoming horror Film directed by Pavan Kripalani, starring Jimmy Sheirgill and Nushrat Bharucha. Sheirgill plays the role of a ‘security head’ of a mall in the film.
The first poster of the film has an amputated hand lying on the floor outside an elevator, the entrance of which is dripping in blood.
Asia's largest mall is ready for inauguration, although there's a myth surrounding the mall. Over the period of its construction people have started labelling it as Haunted Mall. The legend has it that the mall is haunted with the presence of a 'chudail'. Some say its a typical white saree white hair ghost, others say it's a woman with overturned feet. The fact is no one has seen the presence. Yet the fear is unquestionable. On the opening eve the owner of the mall, Mr. Manchanda calls a press conference and to dispel the fears announces that he would spend a night at the Mall with the board of directors. The news is flashed around town. Manchanda and his cronies step into the Mall to spend a night and this to Manchanda is a big business strategy. Manchanda and group are not the only ones to be inside the Mall this night. Manchanda’s daughter Ahana & her junky friends make their way inside, as does 24 year old Vishnu, the chief of security at the Mall who has a past that haunts him. Facts come clear only by the end when circumstances throw Vishnu, Manchanda and Ahana together. Their stories connect and lead to a mysterious past. The Mall is a spine chilling tale of one night and an encounter with the past.
|Cast||Jimmy Sheirgill, Nushrat Bharucha, Arif Zakaria, Asif Basra, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Shradha Kaul, Neeraj Sood|
|Release Date||February 21, 2014|
|Producer||Multi Screen Media Motion Pictures, Contiloe Entertainment|
|Distributor||SPE Films India Pvt Ltd|
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Darr @ The Mall is one of the more polished products of the much-abused horror genre.This one tends to hold itself back from the excesses associated with the genre. No over-saturated soundtrack, no creaking doors, and –most surprising of all—no busty women running down long dark corridors.