Bhangarh: The Last Episode

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Bhangarh: The Last Episode is a 2017 Indian found footage horror film. The film was shot in Bhangarh, Rajasthan, considered as one of the most haunted locations of India. [1][2]Template:OR The film was released on digital platforms on 30 March, 2017. The film is written and directed by debutant Anil Bajpai.[3][4]


In March 2012, five crew members of a news channel disappeared in Rajasthan while shooting an episode of a paranormal TV show in the world’s most haunted location, Bhangarh.Template:OR After two years their footage was found.


  • Rumana Molla as Rumana
  • Sonel Singh as Sonel
  • Prashant Barot as Prashant [4]


The shooting begins in 2010 in Jaipur, Bhangarh. No formal dialogues were written for the actors. The actors were selected after several auditions in Mumbai and Noida and they improvised the dialogues while shooting for the film. Since entry is restricted in Bhangarh after sunset and before sunrise, an alternate location was selected to shoot the scenes of night. During the shooting at a real haunted location paranormal events were experienced by some unit members. The interviews shown in the film are given by locals and not by any professional actors. [3]


The trailer of the film was released on You Tube and Bollywood Hungama on 12 March, 2017.[5][6]


The music is composed by Rishi-Mani and Z'ub. The soundtrack was released on Wynk and Hungama on 21st Feb, 2017. There are three songs in the film.[7][8]Template:Dead link


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