Mark your calendars, horror fans! Ajay Devgn’s chilling supernatural thriller, “Shaitaan,” is set to unleash its demonic presence in theaters on March 8, 2024. The film, produced by Devgn himself, boasts a star-studded cast including R Madhavan, Jyothika, and Gujarati acting powerhouse Janki Bodiwala.
Unveiling the first bone-chilling poster alongside the release date announcement, Devgn sent shivers down spines with the caption, “#Shaitaan is coming for you. Taking over cinemas on 8th March 2024.” The ominous artwork hints at the horrifying tale the film promises to weave, leaving audiences eager for a glimpse into the darkness.
Adding to the anticipation, “Shaitaan” is a Hindi adaptation of the critically acclaimed 2023 Gujarati thriller “Vash.” The original film garnered praise for its spine-tingling plot and heart-pounding moments, raising hopes that the Hindi version will deliver an equally terrifying cinematic experience. So, prepare to face your fears come March 8th, when “Shaitaan” takes over the silver screen.
Chilling chills down spines in London, “Shaitaan” wrapped filming back in 2023 and is now eyeing a spine-tingling release on Mahashivratri 2024. This Hindi adaptation of the critically acclaimed Gujarati thriller “Vash” boasts familiar faces like Janki Bodiwala, reprising her role from the original alongside Bollywood heavyweights R Madhavan and Jyothika. The original story captivated audiences with its tale of a family man ensnared by dark magic, and the Hindi remake promises to do the same, raising the bar for chilling cinematic experiences.
Meanwhile, Ajay Devgn isn’t letting audiences catch their breath! He also unveiled the release date for his highly anticipated “Raid 2,” slated to hit theaters on November 15, 2024. Directed by Raj Kumar Gupta, the sequel brings back Devgn as the tenacious IRS officer Amay Patnaik alongside Vaani Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh in a thrilling cat-and-mouse chase. Whether it’s spine-tingling chills or edge-of-your-seat action, Devgn seems determined to keep audiences glued to their screens throughout 2024.
**Source: Story by Jagran English