Vicky Kaushal Is Scared Of Horror Movie, But Is Playing In One!
Aesha|Oct 09, 2019, 13:00
Vicky Kaushal who said to have a fear of horror movies couldn't help signing to act in the spooky flick "Bhoot Part One- The Haunted Ship".
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Vicky Kaushal, National Film Award winner, is busy preparing for his new horror flick Bhoot Part One- The Haunted Ship. The actor unveiled in an IANS interview that he himself is, in fact, "scared to watch horror films." If that’s so, for what reason that he agreed to take on the forthcoming horror movie?
Well, Vicky Kaushal explained that on reading the movie’s script, the actor got so absorbed in the story. Hence, he then just decided to follow what his heart said.
Speaking of signing for Bhoot Part One- The Haunted Ship, the 31-year-old star shared with IANS as saying, "I was contemplating before I read the script not after I read the script. So, before I read the script I was like 'Horror? pata nahi kaise hoga, kya hoga' because I myself I am very scared to watch horror films. So, I didn't know."
"When I read the script, it really spooked me out and I thought it never tried to make me feel scared, it was just happening while I was reading and I really got sucked into that story. So, once that happens then it's about following your heart... It is a Dharma Productions so you know it's a good production house... Then I met Bhanu Pratap Singh (director), he was really excited for his horror film... Horror is something that comes naturally to him... I knew I would be in safe hands."
This movie Vicky takes part in also features actress Bhumi Pednekar. Its story is about a journey of a couple that was at a standstill on the abandoned ship. For the unversed, the film is made based on a true story which happened in Mumbai.
Previously, Bhoot Part One- The Haunted Ship was set to hit the screens on 15th November. However, the released date was then changed to settle in 2020.