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Ho Sakta Hai

Wilson Louis's directorial debut spins around black magic, spells and greed.
None | By Indo-Asian News Service, New Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 21, 2006 03:21 PM IST

Wilson Louis's directorial debut Ho Sakta Hai, releasing this Friday, tells the tale of a greedy woman who uses witchcraft to acquire wealth.

The story of this horror movie goes like this: Mohan (Khalid Siddique), who lives in the US, returns to India at his grandfather's (Victor Banerjee) behest and finds out that his brother and sister-in-law have gone missing.

Mohan's family lives in a remote village and he decides to trace his family members. While quizzing the villagers he come to know about Parvati (Mohini) - a woman who practices black magic.

An educated man, Mohan initially refuses to believe in witchcraft and wizardry, but his nephew Tanya's (Dharmik) eccentric behaviour shocks him and the disturbing circumstances force him to accept the existence of black magic.

Wilson Louis's directorial debut Ho Sakta Ha tells the tale of a greedy woman who uses witchcraft to acquire wealth.

It is gradually revealed that Parvati, a wicked women who eyes Mohan's sprawling ancestral house, has cast a spell on Tanya and wants to use him as a medium to kill all the family members.

The film, which was shown at some international film festivals and received rave reviews, is now releasing in India and the director is hoping to experience the same kind of success on the home front too.

The song-less film, which was completed in a single schedule of 38 days, has over 30 minutes of special effects, including digitally created nude scene.

Wilson is not new to showbiz - he has been associated with the SFX division of Ketan Mehta's company and has to his credit around 30 feature films in SFX.

Ho Sakta Hai, his first feature film, promises to be a spine chilling experience for sure!

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