Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi, who is making her foray into the horror genre with the upcoming film 'Dobaara: See Your Evil', an adaption of Hollywood film 'Oculus', recently said that through this film they have tried to make a world class horror film for the Indian audiences at large.
In an exclusive conversation with ANI, the 'Jolly LLB 2' actress said, " Dobaara: See Your Evil' is a brother-sister film. It's a film that has got a lot of spooks and it's a supernatural film. We have tried to make a world class horror film in India for larger Indian audience that they can watch with their family and friends."
"When I first saw the original film, I really liked it and we thought if as an Indian adaption film we can stay close to the original film then, we would be the first one to have made a world class horror film in the country. I feel that the emotional quotient of the Indian version of the film is far higher than the original Hollywood film," she added.
When asked if she believed in supernatural elements, the 30-year-old style diva said, "I believe in God, so I believe there must be some evil force around somewhere. I have not met a ghost in my life but I am sure there is something out there."
Real life siblings Huma Qureshi and Saqib Saleem, who have turned reel life sibling in the film, were yesterday spotted in the national as part of the film's promotions. Directed by Prawaal Raman, the movie which is an adaption of 2013 American horror film 'Oculus', will hit theatres on June 2.