If you've watched the Tumbbad trailer, you would also be intrigued and caught on with the inquisitive bug that wants you to check out what the film is about. Much like the villagers of Tumbbad, who want to search for the gold shillings that are hidden deep in a rundown mansion. The tale of ultimate greed and the horrors behind it has not only made fans out of cinemagoers but also of industry folks. Take Tiger Shroff here, who is pretty spooked but intrigued by the trailer of Tumbbad. The Baaghi 2 actor took to his Facebook account to review the trailer, live and he seemed both, spooked and amused!
Set during colonial India, the film is a mix of fantasy, horror and folklore. While during the live review, Tiger didn't flinch as much, you could see how the trailer got him super interested and even sent a shiver down his spine in one or more scenes. Once the trailer was done, the actor praised the VFX and brilliance of every scene shot by directors Rahi Anil Barve and Adesh Prasad. He also mentioned how he was thrilled by the good special effects that look super real! You can check out Tiger Shroff's Tumbbad trailer review right here. Oh and also, he wants you, folks, to go check out the film when it releases!
Produced by Aanand L Rai, the film stars Sohum Shah chilling our spine with his Tumbbad tale. After six years of work on this project, Aanand L Rai and Sohum Shah have finally been able to get a clearing with respect to releasing the film.
The story basically revolves around a young boy Vinayak, who declares that the old rundown mansion in the village of Tumbbad has treasure burieed under its soil and that he, the rightful heir would be the rightful heir to the goodies after the owner dies. The unlocked gates of the mansion only call out to chaos and mythical encounters. Oh yes, there is an evil spirit too, because without it the story would be incomplete!
Tumbbad is set to release on October 12 in four languages, Hindi, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu. The film is co-produced by Film i Vst and Filmgate Films and jointly bankrolled by Little Town Films production in association with Colour Yellow productions.