Rosie new teaser: Palak Tiwari-Arbaaz Khan's next promises to be a spooky ride
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Rosie new teaser: Palak Tiwari-Arbaaz Khan's next promises to be a spooky ride

Rosie: The Saffron Chapter also stars Tanishaa Mukerji in a pivotal role.

Shaheen Irani
Aug 01, 2021
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A new teaser from Palak Tiwari's debut film Rosie is here. The 52 second clip gives us a very short glimpse of what a spooky ride the film, also starring Arbaaz Khan and Tanishaa Mukerji, would be.

Within six seconds, we are introduced to a church and a man walking in it all alone. While the lights were on before he walked in, they went off as soon as he stepped into the church.

The music surrounding the eerie atmosphere is sure to give you goosebumps within 20 seconds of watching the teaser. The man turns his head and sees a bright light. The teaser is smartly cut after the shot with the music perfectly accompanying the shot.

Watch the teaser here:

Rosie: The Saffron Chapter is based on a real-life story based in Gurugram. The script revolves around an employee at the BPO named Rosie who suddenly disappeared.

While Palak plays the role of Rosie, Arbaaz, Vivek and Tanishaa's roles are still unclear. The new teaser, however, hints that Vivek could be one of Rosie's victims.

The movie is directed by Vishal Mishra. He had previously helmed Coffee With D, starring Sunil Grover in the lead role. Vishal had also helmed Kunaal Roy Kapur's Hotel Milan and Marudhar Express. Apart from Rosie, the filmmaker also has Iti in his kitty.

Rosie: The Saffron Chapter was in controversy after it was reported that Vivek had walked out of the film, after which Arbaaz stepped in. However, it now looks like both the actors have made it to the film, which is presented by Prerna V Arora and Manigandan Manjunathan with Mandiraa Entertainment and Bay Films.

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