CHHORII (2021) Preview of Amazon Original Indian horror – streaming on Nov 26th

 

Chhorii-movie-film-horror-Indian-2021-remake-of-Marathi-Lapachhapi-poster

Chhorii is a 2021 Indian horror film about a pregnant young woman who must save herself and her unborn child from the evil within society… and from the fear that lies in the paranormal world.

Directed by Vishal Furia (Nagin 2021; Bali) from a screenplay co-written with Vishal Kapoor, the film is a remake of his 2017 Marathi-language movie Lapachhapi.

The T-Series/CryptTV/Abundantia Entertainment production stars Nushrratt Bharuccha (as Nushrat Bharucha), Mita Vashisht, Rajesh Jais, Saurabh Goyal, Yaaneea Bharadwaj and Pallavi Ajay Patil.

Chhorii-movie-film-horror-Indian-2021-remake-of-Marathi-Lapachhapi-Nushrratt-Bharuccha

Plot:

Set deep in the heartlands, Chhorii is the story of a modern, young couple, Sakshi (Nushrratt Bharuccha) and Hemant. Sakshi is eight months pregnant with her first child when the couple, forced out of their home, escapes from the city and seeks refuge in a house located deep inside sugarcane fields.

The house is inhabited by an old couple who seem to know more than they tell. Unknown to Sakshi, the house and the fields are ridden with dark secrets that start unravelling as the story unfolds, posing a threat to Sakshi and her unborn child.

“Even as Sakshi tries to save herself and her unborn baby, scary sightings of three mysterious kids and a charred monster coupled with an eerie lullaby, emanating from an old transistor, wreak havoc with her sanity.

Will Sakshi be able to save herself? Will she be able to protect her unborn child? Sakshi’s quest to find the answers to these questions and escape from the horrors takes us on a journey that deals with scares, both normal and paranormal.

Release:

Chhorii will be available for streaming on Amazon Prime globally on November 26th 2021.

More Indian movies

Teaser trailer:

Disclaimer: This website includes affiliate links to Amazon and as an Amazon Associate the owner of this website earns a very minuscule amount from qualifying purchases.