WATCH: ‘Saansein — The Last Breath’ trailer will give you goose bumps

| Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 15:21
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Trailer of ‘Saansein' released

New Delhi: Claiming to be the scariest movie of the year the makers of ‘Saansein — The Last Breath', on Wednesday released the trailer of the movie. The movie features Sonarika Bhadoria, Rajniesh Duggall and Hiten Tejwani and is shot in the exotic island Mauritius. 
The 2 minutes 49 seconds long trailer of the romantic horror movie begins with the tag line," Some things are meant to be hidden forever” and some scary scenes.
The story of ‘Saasein’ revolves around the life of Shirin (Sonarika) a singer at one of Mauritius’s best known clubs. Her beauty undoubtedly attracts a lot of visitors of the club but Shirin meets no one.  She disappears mysteriously every night as soon as her performance is over. During an attempt to follow her one of her stalkers even meets with a horrible fate.
Soon after this incident Abhay (Rajniesh) enters the story. Abhay reaches Mauritius for a business trip and when he visits the club he falls for Shirin instantly. Although Shirin ignores him, Abhay refuses to give up. He makes up his mind to find out what is actually keeping Shirin away from him and he comes across a secret that only Shirin and her best friend knows. 
WATCH the trailer here:
Abhay's love for Shirin makes him find a way for them to be together and in order to be together Abhay has to go through many ordeals. What is the secret that Shirin hides? And does Abhay manage to bring peace? Or does he succumb to the fears that have no boundaries? 
To know the answer to these questions you will have to visit a theatre near you on November 11.
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