WHO’S IN IT?
Sarita Choudhury (A Hologram for the King), Sunita Mani (Madeline’s Madeline), Omar Maskati (Nigerian Prince), Bernard White (It’s Kind of a Funny Story), Anjali Bhimani (Trafficked), Lena Clark (Battle Los Angeles), Asad Durrani (Over-Due), Kim Patel (film debut), Ramesh Reddy (Maharshi), Kamran Shaikh (film debut), Ash Thapliyal (Troop Zero), Rachel Cora Wood (Heaven Burns)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Elan Dassani (film debut) and Rajeev Dassani (Watercolor Postcards), directors; Madhuri Shekar (film debut), writer; Anjula Acharia (film debut), Jason Blum (Us), Lisa Bruce (Darkest Hour), Priyanka Chopra (Sarvann), Jeremy Gold (How You Look to Me), Emilia Lapenta (film debut), Kate Lavin (Trail of Blood On the Trail), Guy Stodel (Puzzle), Ian Watermeier (Law Abiding Citizen) and Marci Wiseman (Bathtubs Over Broadway), producers; Ronit Kirchman (Pants on Fire), composer; Yaron Levy (Jay and Silent Bob Reboot), cinematographer; Kristina Hamilton-Grobler (Crimes of the Mind), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In Delhi, India, Usha (Choudhry) is thrilled when her adult daughter Pallavi (Mani) calls from New Orleans to tell her that she has entered into a relationship with a man named Sandeep (Maskati). However, Usha’s happiness is short-lived when she notices striking similarities between Sandeep and a terrifying figure from her own past, and soon becomes convinced that her daughter’s new boyfriend is a reincarnated evil force that has returned with a vengeance…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Producer Priyanka Chopra teams with fellow producer Jason Blum for a terrifying tale with an Indian flavouring, as part of a new collection of Blumhouse horrors released exclusively onto Amazon’s streaming service (be on the lookout for new additions in the forthcoming months).