Bipasha Basu is haunted
Apart from having starred in supernatural thrillers like Rakht (2004), Raaz (2002) and Raaz 3D (2012), Bipasha Basu has most recently acted in Aatma. Yet, she insists that she gets frightened quite easily.Updated: Mar 03, 2013 18:12 IST
Apart from having starred in supernatural thrillers like Rakht (2004), Raaz (2002) and Raaz 3D (2012), Bipasha Basu has most recently acted in Aatma. Yet, she insists that she gets frightened quite easily. Now, in an attempt to overcome her fears, Bipasha plans on visiting Aarey Milk Colony — the area situated in Goregaon (East) is considered to be one of the most-haunted places in Mumbai. “Initially, Bipasha and the director of Aatma (Suparn Varma) were set to visit Mukesh Mills in Colaba, which is also believed to be haunted. But due to some unknown reasons, they weren’t granted permission to do so. So they decided to visit Aarey Milk Colony instead. Suparn plans to record their trip,” says an insider close to the actor. Meanwhile, Bipasha is hoping her adventure will help her deal with her fears. “A few eerie instances occurred while we were shooting also. I am obviously a bit scared, but I definitely want to go (to Aarey Milk Colony) see what happens,” she says.
Around the release of Raaz 3 too, the actor had admitted that she would love to earn the tag of ‘India’s first scream queen’. She had said, “I want to get into the space that Nicole Kidman and Sarah Michelle Gellar are in. Given all the supernatural films I’ve done, it should be easy.” Bipasha will start shooting for Vikram Bhatt’s Creature soon, followed by No Entry Mein Entry — sequel to the 2005 film, No Entry.