Karan Singh Grover’s Horrific Memories In Alone

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karan singh grover FacebookTelevision heartthrob Karan Singh Grover is all set to mark his Bollywood debut with upcoming horror film Alone and the actor claims that the scenes in the movie are very scary.

During a candid chit chat, when Karan Singh Grover was asked if he ever got spooked out after doing a particular scene, he said, “The scenes in this film are very very scary. For it to happen to anybody, even if we are just acting, we still have to feel it and once you feel something like that, you can’t really disconnect from it suddenly. It stays with you and there are times in the future or during the shoot you are constantly reminded of those things because it doesn’t leave you. So there are a lot of horrific memories in my mind right now because we had to imagine so much.”

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The film revolves around the novel concept of conjoined twins and the spine-chilling and intriguing trailer has managed to entice the viewers’ curiosity. Audiences have given a double thumbs-up to the trailer and now, they are quite keen to watch the movie.
Bipasha Basu essays the role of the conjoined twins, while Karan Singh Grover plays their love interest. As Karan showers his affection only on one out of the two, he always ends up being the apple of discord between the twins. However, all hell breaks loose when one of the twins dies under mysterious circumstances and comes back to haunt her sister.
Directed by Bhushan Patel, Alone has been produced by Kumar Mangat, Abhishek Pathak, Pradeep Agarwal and Prashant Sharma and is slated to release on January 16, 2015.

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