In this article from Screen, director Bushan Patel and stars Tia Bajpal and Aftab Shivdasani talk about shooting in southern Sweden. Excerpt: “We shot in forests and waterfronts in southern part of Sweden as that’s one part which has retained an old world charm. What struck us more than the serene, untouched beauty of the Swedish countryside, was the warm response from the Swedish media and the locals who were very co-operative and hospitable”
Read the full article: Creating horror at Vrams Gunnarstorp
In an interview back home in Mumbai, the star of “1920 Evil Returns” Aftab Shivdasani, looks back on shooting in Sweden:
“I understood how horror movies are made. The locations which we shot were so eerie and spooky. It’s a love story but the background is horror. The entire movie is very dark and intense but entertaining. We shot in some forrest-type locations which gave me goosebumps. But South Sweden is beautiful and the locations are gorgeous.”
See the newsclip on the “1920 Evil Returns” Facebook page here
The old castle scenery at Vrams Gunnarstorp isn’t quite as it used to be these days. A visiting film crew from India shoots a Bollywood movie on their premises.
See the news feature from Swedish Television here (mainly in Swedish)
Aftab Shivdasani, who was last seen in the comedy, Bin Bulaye Baarati has signed his first horror film 1920-Evil Returns, a sequel to Vikram Bhatt’s 1920. Vikram’s former assistant Bhushan Patel will be directing 1920-Evil Returns.
The film will be produced under the ASA Films banner and will be shot in Sweden.
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