Vikram Bhatt makes India’s first stereoscopic 3D film – Haunted

MUMBAI: Director Vikram Bhatt will be helming India’s first stereoscopic 3D horror film, Haunted which releases on 15 April, 2011.

The movie is shot in 3D like Avatar and not converted to 3D from 2D. The director has roped in the 3D technicians and supports from Canada who has earlier worked in the 3D genre. 3DCC’s custom 3D camera systems were used exclusively during the production. The technical crew of Haunted comprises of Brent Robinson (Stereographer), Christan Jeams and Cassidey (D.I.T) Micheal Reuben Flax (D M T).

The story has been penned by Bhatt himself, and revolves around certain happenings in a house with a secret past and a haunted present. It uses the element of time travel; the story is set in the present but travels to the distant past.

The film stars Mithun Chakraborty’s son Mahakshay Chakraborty and new find Tia Bajpai.

Bhatt claims that the film is his most expensive and ambitious project till date.