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‘Bhoot’ sequel was shot in haunted house

The horror film, shot in 3D, will mark the return of Manisha Koirala

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Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma scared the wits out of people with 2003 film ‘Bhoot’ and he’s set to repeat the feat with ‘Bhoot Returns.’ He reveals he has shot the 3D movie in a haunted house.

Varma chose a house in Mumbai for the shoot. The first owner of the house committed suicide in the premises. The current owner willingly gave the house to Varma for the shoot with a promise of not giving out the address of the house in the movie or the media.

The cast of the movie became quite spooked after Varma told them that it was a haunted house. They used to try and stay together for night shoots.

“We got to know the house has a history after we started shooting for the movie. The cast and crew did get a little spooked and scared when they came to know that someone had committed suicide in that house. I, for myself, was too busy trying to scare so never got time to get scared myself,” Varma said in a statement.

‘Bhoot Returns’ marks the comeback of actress Manisha Koirala in Bollywood. The film also features J.D. Chakravarthy, Madhu Shalini, and Alayana Sharma. It is due to release October 12.