Mumbai: Anushka Sharma unveiled the third screamer of her upcoming home production Pari on the eve of Valentine’s Day.
In the teaser, we can see Anushka and Parambrata Chatterjee watching TV when the former utters the most special three letter sentence – I Love You. But we bet you wouldn’t have ever seen something as eerie as this.
Watch screamer 3 here:
The moment Anushka says ‘I love You’, Parambrata, who is surprised, looks at her and smile. But we can hear I love You resonating in the background. And that’s when we see Anushka Sharma again sitting on the other side smiling at her with bloody scars on her face and a stream of blood flowing down her eye.
Well, it is apparent that Anushka may have a double role in the film!
Set in the backdrop of Kolkata, Pari is a horror film with a mysterious back-story. It is extremely difficult to comprehend what is in store for us but going by the teaser, it looks quite terrifying. Those who love the horror genre will certainly have something promising to look forward to.
Anushka keeps reminding us that it’s not a “fairytale”.
Also starring Rajat Kapoor & Ritabhari Chakraborty in pivotal roles, Pari is Anushka’s third production venture.
She made her debut as a producer with NH 10 starring Neil Bhoopalam followed by Phillauri featuring Diljit Dosanjh.
For the unversed, Anushka has already played a ghost! The actor-producer played a cute ghost in Phillauri who eagerly waits to reunite with her lover.
NH 10 showed Anushka as a modern day urban women who lands in trouble on the highway while Phillauri, set in the backdrop of India in the 1920s, presented the actress as a village belle who turns into a ghost after ending her life following heartbreak.
Her ghost-like avatar in Pari is spooky enough to give you the chills.
Produced by Clean Slate Films & KriArj Entertainment, Pari will be released worldwide by Pooja Films on March 2.
Pari will be Anushka’s first film to release after her marriage. The actor-producer tied the nuptial knot with Indian cricket team’s captain Virat Kohli in a hush-hush ceremony in Tuscany, Italy on December 11 last year.