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Horror flick GHAT first copy to be ready by Sept end
August 20, 2007 7:17:50 PM IST Bollywood Trade News Network
Negative cutting of the horror film GHAT- The Hill Station, took place at Filmlab. Presenter Harshad Vora, Producer Jignasha & Nitin Thakker, Director & Writer Wilson Louis, Editor Avinash Walzade, Cameraman Pushpank Gawade and Associate Director Douglas D'gama were present on this auspicious occasion. The film stars international and Indian actor's .Touted to be a Gen-next horror film in India the film GHAT-The Hill Station, is based on a true story and shot on actual haunted locations in Lonavala Khandala near Mumbai. The film is edited in two different versions for Indian and international markets. The Indian version will have two masala songs sung by Shaan and Baba Sehgal. The film’s first copy will be ready by the end of September 2007.
The film has been shot in five different formats for the very first time in India (80% on 35mm, rest on 16mm, DV, HDV and a still camera). There is also a one shot song shot on 35mm. GHAT- The Hill Station, targeted for the youth segment compiles of songs, comedy, thrills, deftly executed visual effects and edge of the seat scary sequences.
GHAT- The Hill Station, is directed by Wilson Louis who also specializes in visual effects direction.