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Watch teaser no.3 of Pari: Anushka Sharma as a blood thirsty witch will scare the hell out of you!
Pari is an upcoming supernatural horror film starring Anushka Sharma. The movie is set to release on March 2, 2018. The film also stars Parambrata Chatterjee and Rajat Kapoor.

Anushka took to Twitter on Wednesday and shared yet another teaser (the third so far) from the film. This is Anushka Sharma's third home production. Her production house named Clean Slate Films in collaboration with KriArj Entertainment has jointly produced this horror flick. Prosit Roy is the debutant director and music director is Anupan Roy who had shot to fame with his music in the film Piku.

The teaser starts by warning the viewers "This Holi. Be Safe. The Devil's Out To Play". The 30 second teaser is enough to send shivers down the spine.

Anuskha Sharma has shown her immense talent in many films in the past experimenting with different genres including playing a ghost in her last home production Phillauri. From NH10 to Pk, she has effortlessly put in a different stroke with each movie.

That names can be misleading, was suggested by Anushka, as while sharing the teaser on Twitter she wrote the caption, "Here's a REMINDER. This is not a fairytale. #PariTeaser".

In the teaser, Anushka is seen behaving like a witch possessed by an evil spirit. She lifts her husband by his neck seamlessly, and leaps like a lioness. The expression on her face adds to the horror quotient.

In the end, she is seen following trails of blood, after which she encounters a bloodied version of herself who is seen sipping blood from a baby's feeding bottle. The scene will scare the hell out of you.

In August last year, the film had got surrounded in controversy after a technician had died of electrocution on the sets of Pari in West Bengal's 24 Parganas district. The shooting of the film was immediately stopped at the site post the incident.

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