Mumbai: Bipasha Basu’s movie ‘Raaz’ has clocked two-decades in Bollywood on Monday. The Bollywood actress went down the reminiscence lane and shared some fascinating anecdotes concerning the film.
Bipasha performed the function of a lady who’s haunted by the spirit of her husband’s lover, the glamorous diva set the tone for the remainder of her profession with this movie. The Vikram Bhatt directorial turned the second highest grossing movie of 2002.
She mentioned: “We had been taking pictures in Ooty for the movie and we had numerous evening sequences to shoot the place I might get up within the evening to sounds and stroll into the forest. Whereas the true location was a gorgeous bungalow, the atmosphere round was chilly, chilly, dimly lit and eerie.”
“This might make the environment within the evening so scary! And I needed to stroll alone into the wilderness within the chilly carrying a nighty!”
Speaking about some enjoyable pranks director Vikram Bhatt performed on her to get an on-camera response, she mentioned: “Vikram had this enormous gong that he would unexpectedly ring to get the proper response out of me. The primary time he used the gong, I used to be completely caught unaware whereas strolling in pin-drop silence and it was so scary that I shook and screamed loudly!”
“I believed my soul left my physique! After that, the gong turned my greatest villain! He would use that gong at any level to get a loopy response out of me!”
Talking about how the movie’s forged and crew would add extra spookiness to the shoot, she mentioned, “Within the evening, everybody, together with Saroj Khan, Ashutosh Rana and Vikram Bhatt, would narrate the scariest ghost tales that they’ve skilled.
“It was fairly loopy and made my job of getting scared just a little simpler. I undoubtedly had my share of spooks in the course of the filming of ‘Raaz’!”
Co-starring Dino Morea and Ashutosh Rana, the supernatural horror movie was co-produced by Vishesh Movies and Suggestions Industries.
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