The Teaser is Out:
If Anushka Sharma’s Pari hasn’t scared you yet, this spine chilling teaser must do the trick. It takes us into the cold world of Pari. The teaser establishes one thing extremely well – it is definitely not a fairytale.
Here’s what we saw:
Anushka’s character is possessed for much of the 52-second teaser. We get a glimpse of the stellar cast which includes Parambrata Chatterjee, Ritabhari Chakraborty and Rajat Kapoor. Parambrata’s character wants to get rid of Anushka and force her out of his house – but things don’t go as planned. The twist comes in the end, which scared the bejesus out of us!
Anushka wakes up startled and goes to investigate the noise. She drags her chains as she encounters a bloodied version of herself who is sipping blood from a feeding bottle while cradling a baby. Sharma lets out a scream as the door slams behind her as the Anushka covered in blood laughs hysterically.
More on Pari:
Pari is the third film from Anushka Sharma as producer, which is a follow-up after the critically acclaimed NH10 and Phillauri, in which the actor plays the role of an adorable ghost.
Pari is the directorial debut of Prosit Roy. Parambrata Chatterjee shall play the male lead. He has starred in several Bengali films and majorly broke in Bollywood playing the role of a police inspector in Vidya Balan’s critically-acclaimed Kahaani.
Pari is slated to hit the screens on March 2 this year. The original release date of Pari was initially February 9 but was postponed to make way for Akshay Kumar’s Padman. Both the movies are co-produced by KriArj Entertainment.
Here’s what the bone-chilling Pari poster looks like. Anushka can be seen icily glancing towards the viewer as blood from her rotten fingernails stain the shirt of Parambrata’s character.
More on Anushka:
Later this year, Anushka will be seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero, co-starring Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif. She has also signed up for Sui Dhaaga, which is co-starring Varun Dhawan. Sui Dhaaga is produced by Yash Raj Films and will be directed by Sharat Katariya.