Murder mystery Maarrich filmed with multiple endings!

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Tusshar Kapoor plays a cop 18 years after Khakee in his second production, Maarich. Photo: Universal Communications

The trailer of Maarrich has been well-received and has created a lot of conversations amongst the audience. After exciting the audience with a multi-city trailer launch, the makers have now unveiled a new surprise for fans. They have revealed that they have shot multiple endings for the film and are yet to decide the final one. The final decision on this will be taken keeping in mind the audience reactions through the promotional campaign!

Speaking about this, 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.”

Adding to this, 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.”

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Maarrich stars Seerat Kapoor and also Naseeruddin Shah in pivotal roles. The film marks Seerat’s Hindi debut and Tusshar Entertainment House’s second outing after Laxmii.

Produced also by Narendra Hirawat, Shreyans Hirawat and co-produced by Girish Johar and Priyank V. Jain, the film will release theatrically on December 9.

The film stars Tusshar Kapoor in the role of a senior police officer, Rajiv Dixit. Dhruv, speaking about his inspiration for the film, said, “I have an army background and I grew up around police officers. They were my real inspiration to create Rajiv Dixit and make his character relatable and real. I was also inspired by some news reports and movies around the subject. I like watching films and shows like Seven, Zodiac, Memories of a Murder and Byomkesh Bakshi, and these brilliant stories inspired me to create the story of Maarrich.”

Maarrich see Tusshar Kapoor again as a police officer, 18 years after Khakee. The film co-stars Anita Hassanandani Reddy (who last co-starred with him in his home production, Kuchh To Hai in 2003), Dipannita Sharma and Rahul Dev.

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