The thrilling teaser ft. Arbaaz Khan’s first look from Vishal Ranjan Mishra’s Rosie: The Saffron Chapter out

The film is one of the two collaborations between Prerna V Arora’s Mandiraa Entertainment and Vishal Mishra after Iti – Can You Solve Your Own Murder.

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Director Vishal Ranjan Mishra, known for ‘Coffee with D’ is all set to bring the horror thriller film Rosie – the Saffron Chapter. It is a very unique film, India’s first horror-thriller film based on real events in Gurugram.

On Wednesday (August 4), makers released the first look of Arbaaz Khan from the film celebrating his birthday. The makers teased the viewers with a short teaser on Twitter, promising a thrilling adventure.

Check out Vishal Ranjan Mishra’s post here:

The teaser held loyal to the film’s subject and maintained an ominous atmosphere until the final frame. In Rosie: The Saffron Chapter, Arbaaz Khan plays a cop. We see him facing something terrible in a house, but the makers stop there, not revealing anything more about the plot or his character.

The film is based on the true incident of Rosie, a lady who worked at a BPO company in Gurugram and mysteriously vanished. Palak Tiwari, the daughter of prominent television star Shweta Tiwari, makes her Bollywood debut in this film.

Earlier, while talking about the film, Palak had earlier said, “This film is very special to me. I had to do a lot of research to get into this character but I had the support of Vishal sir and Prerna Ma’am. I am very excited to start shooting for the last schedule of the film.”

Shivin Narang and Tanishaa Mukherji also star in the film alongside Arbaaz and Palak.

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The film is one of the two collaborations between Prerna V Arora’s Mandiraa Entertainment and Vishal Mishra after Iti – Can You Solve Your Own Murder. The release date of the film is yet to be disclosed.

 


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