Film maker Ram Gopal Varma is ready with his AGYAAT. However, he wishes to set the records straight by stating that his ensemble cast film isn't really a horror show or a supernatural flick.
''In general parlance, supernatural is more in context of ghosts, spirits, black magic etc. That's not quite the point though in AGYAAT'', says Ramu, ''Even otherwise, it is very easy to label something as supernatural. Whenever there is anything which is not natural or not understandable or known to science, it can be termed as supernatural. AGYAAT doesn't fit in that category.''
''I would say that for a lack of a better word, AGYAAT is more of adventure thriller. The film is based on the experience of what some people feel when they entered a jungle together and are witness to something strange and unexplainable'', he says.
He is ready to jolt the audiences though and knows that any comparison whatsoever with any other film would be futile. ''That's because there is no benchmark against which the audiences can map AGYAAT with'', he signs off.
And would audiences eventually get to see the real identity of 'agyaat'?
''No'', pat comes the response from Ramu, ''Let me prepare my audiences for this. So no, the creature is not going to be seen at all in the film.''