In 1920, Vikram had attempted some innovative shot taking techniques with at least a couple of scenes standing out as 'never seen before', at least in Bollywood. Going by the subject and setting, Vikram insists that SHAAPIT will have a little more razzmatazz to it.
"One has to go by the setting of the film", reasons Vikram who has tasted success in horror genre earlier with RAAZ hitting the bull's eye, "1920 was shot more in a classic format and the feel remained throughout since we didn't want people to come out of that period. In SHAAPIT though, there is a little more razzmatazz since there is lot more that happens in the proceedings."
He doesn't forget to add about the modern day technique that has been put to use in shooting SHAAPIT. "Whether it is sound, frame cutting, lens placement or camera movement, I have thoroughly worked on each of these factors to give a unique look and feel to SHAAPIT", says Vikram who is launching Aditya Narayan (singer Udit Narayan's son) along with Shweta Agarwal in this horror thriller.
Also starring Rahul Dev in a principle role, SHAAPIT releases all over on 19th March.