Pizza: Promises double the thrill than the Tamil version

Karthik Subbaraj and Vijay Sethupathy had been unfamiliar names, before release of their horror film. A film made on a shoe-string budget, featured a lesser known actor, as the lead and went on to become a sleeper hit in Tamil cinema. The film that is merited with such popularity is, Pizza. A Horror-Thriller-of-sorts, this film highlighted the story of a pizza delivery boy having a paranormal experiences at a haunted house. And its release in 2012 took everyone by surprise, creating a solid impact among the audience. Staying faithful to its genre, it evoked a sense of fear among the viewers. This came as a huge win for the film, especially since it was entirely shot on digital camera.

After winning accolades with his short films, Karthik Subbaraj, turned filmmaker with Pizza. Not only did he deliver an impressive film but he also proved his mettle by giving us some original fright scenes, that had us at the edge-of-the-seat. If you’ve seen this film, the well choreographed thrill-sequence taking place at the horror home, might have intrigued you. Especially since no graphics or VFX were used. The shots entirely relied on the cinematography. Considering the Tamil audiences’ unfamiliarity to open-endings, the director took a huge gamble by fabricating a climax. And the risk paid-off, as it caught the audience completely off-guard.
 
The experimental sprit of the filmmaker worked in his favour, and much credit also goes to the lead actor – Vijay Sethupathi. Although the actor previously appeared in the National-Award winning – Thenmerku Parava Kaatru and a few short films; he became a household name only with Pizza. And ever since, the actor has been defining himself, by choosing unconventional roles in which the story is the hero. With no grand sets, no big star cast and hardly any promotions, Pizza gained attention only for its content.
 
 
After gaining appreciation from audience and critics alike, the film gained much attention from filmmakers all over the country. So much so, that there have been multiple adaptations and remakes of the film, within a short period. The film was initially dubbed in Telugu, remade in Kannada as Whistle and in Bengali as Golpo Holeo Shotti. And now the Hindi version of the film is set to have a worldwide release this week.
 
Directed by debutant Akshay Akkineni and starring Akshay Oberoi, this supernatural thriller promises to offer more thrills than the Tamil version, with its very own twist. Shot entirely in 3D, the film is said to elevate the movie watching experience for the audience. Keeping in mind how well the Tamil version worked in favour of the film’s director and its lead, we might expect this to repeat itself in the Hindi version. Meanwhile, Salman Khan’s biggie, Kick will release exactly a week after Pizza, let’s wait and see if this film is likely to be unfazed by the competition.
 

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