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Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship- Where Fear is the Key

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The national award-winning actor Vicky Kaushal has made quite a reputation in Hindi movies during his brief career just four years. He has enacted a variety of roles in films like Masaan, Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi and Raj Kumar Hirani’s Sanju. But he scaled new heights to become a household name in Aditya Dhar’s Uri: The Surgical Strike. Shifting gears, he is now into the uncharted territory of horror thriller, a new genre in his upcoming movie Bhoot- Part One: The Haunted Ship. A directorial venture of Bhanu Pratap Singh much is expected from the movie due to high production values associated with Karan Johar, who is producing Bhoot under his banner. 

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What to expect:

As a genre, horror films have always had a place in the movie industry across the world. Iconic films made in Hollywood with Hitchcock at the helm has always had a huge fan following. The Indian movie industry also has seen its share of horror movies. With Bhoot, the expectations are high for the involvement of big names with it. The story revolves around a couple on an abandoned static ship on the beach. Based on a true story in Mumbai, the upcoming movie is slated to be the first in a series. 


The excitement around Vicky Kaushal is palpable. The versatile actor, having dabbled in different genres appears in a new avatar in Bhoot.


  • Director: Bhanu Pratap Singh
  • Production: Dharma Productions and Zee Studios. 

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Release date: 

Bhoot was originally supposed to be released on 15 November. But the date has been pushed back, and the new date of release is 21 February 2020.

You can check out the poster of Bhoot, a much anticipated upcoming movie and sense the horror in the eyes of the protagonist. Await the release of the official trailer, which shall provide you with a peek into the haunted ship. Do not miss out on the range of offers at BookMyShow for your tryst with the Bhoot at a theatre near you. 

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