In a mood to give shocks to your soul? Then you are in luck as Bollywood’s latest release, Tumbbad, is unlike anything you have seen before and will leave you shivering with fear.
“Tumbbad” does NOT boast of a famous star cast but a superbly refreshing and intriguing storyline and equally majestic sets. Directed by Rahi Anil Barve, the movie stars Sohum Shah and Harish Khanna. Tumbbad is about a town which is said to be accursed.
Saw #Tumbbad yesterday… cudnt sleep the whole night.kept telling myself ‘सो जा नहीं तो हस्तर आ जाएगा,?still couldn’t sleep @BarveRahi -U have arrived. Dis film is so true to it’s (Horror) genre. May da film does super at d box office..it deserves all da Success n Accolades pic.twitter.com/8k7EHVEP4E
— Urmila Kothare (@UrmilaKothare) 11 October 2018
#Tumbbad has been watched and its has been one of the most visually stunning and genre flexible film i hv seen in recent times…A first for Indian Cinema in my limited knowledge.
This Friday get greedy for this experience 🙂 @s0humshah @rahianil @jkd18
— Avinash Tiwary (@avinashtiw85) 12 October 2018
#tumbbad just saw this masterpiece of a horror film: fast paced, gripping; ever twisting, epic! Straddling eras: gorgeous cinematography.
— Vivek R Tandon (@vikee) 8 October 2018
#Tumbbad is an amazing piece of work with some breath taking cinematography and visuals. The movie keeps you engaged till the end with some thrilling moments you can ever ask for, catch this spectacular experience this week ….It’s worth a watch ???
— Sheetal Pawaskar (@SheetalPawaska5) 13 October 2018
the more I’m thinking about the film, the more i keep writing, how deep you guys would have gone into the story & character. this is the learning film for the people who wants to be a director or writer. #Tumbbad
— Kiran Prajapati (@raykiranvfx) 13 October 2018
#Tumbbad is all about the atmospherics, simply wonderful locations, some serious chills. And the rain. Oh the glorious rain!
— Siddhesh Bhobe (@siddheshb) 12 October 2018
— Akshaye Rathi (@akshayerathi) 12 October 2018
#Tumbbad took me back to the days when my Grandmother used to tell me these fantasy stories. @s0humshah never expected someone from such a small village to come and make such a movie which would change the cinematic experience of all the Indians
— Imtiaz Azim (@ImtiazAzim1) 11 October 2018
— Sunnyy Parkhi (@Sunny_parkhi_99) 12 October 2018
Just when I was pretty sure that I have seen everything that a ‘Horror” genre film can show, comes a film like #Tumbbad. Amazing story with awesome twists & turns. Superb production – the kinds that Indian Cinema… https://t.co/Zdd4Ee76b5
— Amit Suri (@irustima) 12 October 2018