The teaser of Anushka Sharma's Pari - not a fairytale is out now

The teaser of Anushka Sharma's Pari - not a fairytale is out now

Anushka Sharma's upcoming supernatural thriller may be titled "Pari" but rest assured, it is no fairytale. The background music, which an eminent part of any scary movie, is on- point in this flick too. The film is directed by Prosit Rai and is slated to hit the theatres on March 2. Just like the previous teaser and posters, this latest teaser will also give you a nightmare.

The new teaser of the movie is out to remind the viewers once again that Pari is not a fairy tale.

A few weeks ago, Anushka had shared another short video where she was seen sitting on a bed watching a cartoon movie with a odd expression on her face and the camera pans down to her feet which turns from an average human's feet to a devil's feet. Pari will be released worldwide by Pooja Films.

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Pari is co-produced by Anushka's banner Clean Slate Films and Prernaa Arora and Arjun N Kapoor's KriArj Entertainment. She will also be seen in Varun Dhawan for the first time on the big screen in SUI DHAAGA- Made in India.

The poster that was released on 6 February featured the male lead, Parambrata Chatterjee (who was previously seen in Kahaani).

Pari is the actor's third film as a producer. Pari is one of the most anticipated films of this year as since a very long time Bollywood has not come up with a good horror film n therefore, there are many expectations from Anushka Sharma's film.

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