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Maarrich shot with multiple endings, end to be decided on audience reactions

The mystery thriller stars Tusshar Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah 

Published: 23rd November 2022

In a unique campaign, the makers of Tusshar Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah-starrer Maarrich have revealed they shot multiple endings for the mystery thriller. 

The film's ending will be zeroed in on based on audience reactions through the promotional campaign.

Speaking about the idea, director Dhruv Lather said, “We wanted to keep the audiences glued till the end of the film, we wanted them to guess and let them feel they are right and then suddenly we would blow them with a twist, hence we decided to shoot multiple endings to increase the intrigue and curiosity level even more.”

Lead actor and producer Tusshar Kapoor said, “I feel extremely blessed for the love I’ve been receiving for the trailer across cities. We decided to shoot multiple endings to increase the suspense level in the film, we are yet to choose the final one as our aim is to surprise the audiences and give them something they didn’t expect at all.”

In Maarrich, Tusshar portrays a powerful cop on the chase to find Maarrich, a serial killer. The film also Seerat Kapoor and also Naseeruddin Shah. It marks Seerat Kapoor’s Bollywood debut and Tusshar Entertainment House’s second outing after Laxmii.

Maarrich will release theatrically on December 9, 2022. 

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