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Rahul Dev has been roped in for the much-anticipated 1920 sequel which is being helmed by none other than Vikram Bhatt’s daughter Krishna Bhatt.

In an exclusive interview with ETimes, Rahul spilled some beans on the film. “It is a father-daughter story and I play the role of the father in the film. It’s a pivotal part of the project and lends depth to the complexity of the narrative. My character is an upright, honest cop with a sense of vulnerability when it comes to his daughter.”

Vikram Bhatt has been the best in Bollywood when it comes to horror films. Has Krishna Bhatt taken from her father in this regard? “That he is but Vikram Bhatt has also made a comedy called ‘Awara Pagal Deewana’ which was in fact my second film and films like ‘Ghulam’ and ‘Aitbaar’. As far as Krishna is concerned, I feel she’s a chip of the old block, yet retains her own style, which is bound to mature and develop more with experience. As a director she’s very giving and gives her actors space to perform”, the actor averred.

Horror as a genre remains under explored in Bollywood. Sharing his thoughts on the same, he added, “I feel that we are experimenting much more today. Filmmakers are taking risks and have the courage to narrate newer stories. Today, directors and production houses are more forthcoming in breaking norms. Even the audiences are changing and have become more open in their choices. Globally, the exploration has been larger as their audiences are larger. Narratives are not necessarily linear. They have been ahead of us in terms of cinema budgets etc. Conventional norms have been broken in their films.”

When asked if he has ever experienced paranormal activities, Rahul stated, “The very fact that science has no explanation for all that has been spotted in space is evidence enough. Personally, for me, a feeling of spookiness might have been there post watching a scary movie or reading something on those lines in the middle of the night but I have had no tangible experience. With an assurance I can safely say that science is limited. For instance, I can’t logically explain what spiritual masters of the very recent past and current times have done for the betterment of mankind.”

Ask the actor to name the scariest movie he has watched to date and he replies, “’Shining’ by director Stanley Kubrick is what comes to my mind. It has a top class performance by Jack Nicholson and during the course of filming is where the steady cam first came into inception.”

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