Following the success of James Cameron’s Avatar in 2009, Hollywood was flooded with 3D movie, and we saw a swarm of them, including all of the Marvel movies, from Captain America to Avengers, as well as other animated films like Toy Story. Read on to learn about the second 3D film to be released in India’s Bollywood industry. Surprisingly, the basic technique for making 3D movies has been known for nearly a century. After 1984’s My Dear Kuttichathan, India only recently released its second 3D movie in 2011.
Haunted is India’s first and only 3D film. This film is a 2011 Indian Hindi-language paranormal action horror movie directed by Vikram Bhatt and starring Mahaakshay Chakraborty, Tia Bajpai, Achint Kaur, and Arif Zakaria. It is the first stereoscopic 3D Horror film made in India. Seeing horror in 3D is a unique experience for the spectator, especially since it is done so well.
The film received mixed reviews when it was released on May 6, 2011, yet it was an economic success. On August 3, 2011, the 3D Blu-ray was released. Haunted – 3D had the highest opening weekend ever for an Indian horror picture, according to reports. The film grossed over 130 million Rupees in its first weekend after being released in over 1044 theatres. The film grossed 143.0 million Rupees in its first week. The film’s second-weekend box office took a 55 percent decline from its first weekend, making 3.50 crore for a ten-day total of 180 million Rupees.
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