Adil Hussain-starrer “Nirvana Inn” will likely be out there on-line on pay-per-view digital platform Cinemapreneur for 99 hours from December 11 onwards. Directed by Vijay Jayapal, the psychological horror movie additionally stars Rajshri Deshpande and Sandhya Mridul. The film, which was shot in Manali, Majuli (Assam) and Chennai, follows the story of a boatman who turns into the caretaker of a Himalayan resort after an tried suicide.
“Nirvana Inn” had its world premiere on the 2019 Busan International Film Festival, the place it was chosen for the Asian Project Market. It has been produced by Stray Factory, Uncombed Buddha, Stop Whinging and Harman Ventures in affiliation with Magic Hour Films.
“With Theatres closed and OTTs crowded, Independent films have to find truly independent ways of distributing their film. We have decide on an unconventional release because this gives the power to the audience to decide the fate of the film, we hope this sets a trend for many more independent films,” the producers mentioned in an announcement.
Hussain mentioned the movie has a “unique narrative” as he showered reward for Jayapal for his directing model.
“We hardly see this style in Indian Cinema. I loved how the reality of my role easily slips into nightmarish vision. (It is) very intelligently done. Never played a role of this kind. I think Vijay Jayapal has a lot to offer to Indian cinema. I hope he gets what he really wants to,” the actor mentioned.
Deshpande, who has a pivotal function within the film, mentioned, “It was a great experience being part of a folk horror and playing a mysterious character. Was a joy working with Vijay, Adil and Sandhya.”
Mridul additionally hailed Jayapal for his “personal approach to his films”.
“A palpable emotional thread occasionally which is interesting especially in the genre of horror, it’s more uncomfortable and then terrifying. For me, this role was easy and then not.
“I used to be terrified myself on the finish of it. So be scared, be very scared. It’s a very good date evening film,” she added.