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Sony MAX premieres horror flick 'Darr @ The Mall'

11-July-2014
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Sony MAX premieres horror flick 'Darr @ The Mall'

Sony MAX, the premium Hindi movies and special events channel brings the World Television Premiere of ‘Darr @ The Mall’ this Sunday, 13th July at 1 pm and 8pm.

Made on similar lines as Hollywood horror films, ‘Darr @ The Mall’, promises not to disappoint. Directed by Pawan Kripalani, the movie sees Jimmy Shergill in dazzling form along with Arif Zakaria and new comer Nushrat Bharucha.

The film is about an eerily emptied-out ‘Amity’ mall which has the management on a quest to dispel rumours about the mall being haunted.  After nine unnatural deaths at the mall, ex-Army officer Vishnu (Jimmy Shergill) is hired as the new security officer to help decode the mystery of a series of unexplainable paranormal activities. The film revolves around whether Vishnu can crack the code or succumbs to becoming the next victim.

Speaking about his experience on filming the thriller, Jimmy Shergill said, “It was physically challenging shooting for the film and I probably followed the most intense training program to get into shape for the film. However my efforts paid off and I am really happy that the film was well received.”

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