Report by Santanu Ganguly, New Delhi: '2 nights in a soul valley', a horror film directed by Harish Sharma and presented by H.S.Communication (P) Ltd. is all set to release in the December this year.PRO turned film director said that the movie will redefine the concept of horror and suspense. The movie will frighten the audience without showing bloodshed and/or ghostly presence, which are a common substance of a supernatural suspense thriller.
Writer and director Harish Sharma has made the movie on a real incident occurred in Pithoragarh, a village located in Uttarakhand. According to Sharma, “Sometimes the real life incidents are more thrilling than reel ones. And the movie 2 Nights in soul valley will present one such incident.” The film will present a spine chilling story never before seen by the viewers.
Bareilly born Film Director, a graduate from Lucknow Sports College, who started his career as a PTI journalist, is very excited for his upcoming project. His passion for writing has been a main reason behind his turn towards the directorial field. And he is very happy that his film is ready for release.
Explaining the story line Sharma said, “This is a story of a group of five friends who go to the soul valley for their vacations. During their journey throughout the group encounters many undesirable incidents. The soul valley is infamously famous for such undesirable happenings and therefore my story is portrayal of an attempt the group makes to save their selves from the negative souls that haunt the soul valley.”
Besides, the viewers will also witness the scenic beauty of the Pithoragarh. The film has been partly shot in the beautiful mountainous area of Pithoragarh and partly shot in Morani Hills near Chandigarh
The 'office-office' and film ‘Krish’ fame Hemant Pandey will share the screen with the debutants Sumeet Sharma, Akshi, Gaurav Shah, Minakshi, Suumit Sharrma and England based singer Milli Moonstone.
The movie produced under the banner of Pinta and Dehal Production is written and directed by Harish Sharma. The screenplay and dialogues are written by Meenakshi Sharma and Suman Prasad. Music is given by the Varsha, the camera is handled by Prakash Chand and the film has songs sung by Milli Moonstone.