Neil: 3G has right amount of thrill and horror
Eros International and Next Gen Films' showcased the first trailer and song 'Kaise Bataoon' of their psychological thriller, 3G, at a popular suburban multiplex on the 15th February 2013 in the presence of producer Viki Rajani, directors Sheershak and Shantanu and leads Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan.
Based on the theme of "phantom calls", 3G takes audiences through the nightmarish story of a couple, Sam and Sheena, who become victims of a series of events when Sam buys a 3G enabled phone while holidaying in the Fiji Islands.
Talking about the film says producer Viki Rajani, "The film is unconventional in what it's trying to address - technology is a part of our lives, the film questions what happens when technology wants to take our lives. 3G is a story of the unknown and with the film audiences should get ready for the killer connection."
Add directors Sheershak and Shantanu, "3G embodies the horror of a recurring nightmare that draws inspiration from the insecurities of modern life. We shot at the picturesque Fiji Islands which lent itself as the ideal background to the film. We are lucky to be associated with Eros and NextGen and very excited to receive feedback on the trailer."
Talking about his role in the film says lead Neil Nitin Mukesh, "I think 3G is a very interesting concept. But I will also have to say it's not just technology driven and has the right amount of thrill and horror."
To add more flavor in the event Sonal and Neil enact on the interesting scene form the movie especially for media where Neil has rescued Sonal from the trapped behind a life size mobile.
Produced by Next Gen Films and Presented by Eros International, the psychological thriller starring Neil Nitin Mukesh and Sonal Chauhan is scheduled to release 15th March 2013.
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