It’s almost next to impossible to imagine paranormal activities happening in real. But there are instances when we’ve heard people we know talk about it in the truest ways possible. So much that it spooks us out and how!
Other horrifying instances come out of horror movies, and Bollywood is leaving no stone unturned to make us all sit on the edge of our seats.
But have you heard our Bollywood celebrities mention about them encountering ghosts in real? No? This is the time then!
Describing an unusual incident while shooting for ABCD 2 Varun went on to say, “The suite was definitely haunted because at night I would hear someone singing and the doors would just fling open.”
Talking about the suite, it was the same one which was said to be haunted by the ghost of the actor-singer Frank Sinatra.
Narrating one of the abnormal instances during the shoot of Bajirao Mastani, Ranveer went on to say, “It was a very trippy experience, and I completely freaked out. I recall it as one of the most difficult days of the shoot. I thought I felt some kind of presence and something told me it’s him… I had a tough task ahead of me on that day of the shoot, and I was praying hard to get it right. There was a black wall on the sets on which some white dust had settled and formed the pattern in the shape of Bajirao’s figure. It had the turban, the eyes, nose, the mooch and the arms. The resemblance was for all to see.”
Govinda was shooting for a film at a hilly region where he saw a woman sitting on his chest in the middle of the night. He also mentioned that his hotel room was all messed up when he woke up.
While shooting for a horror film Aatma – Feel It Around You, Nawaz experiences a really spooky incident. The entire cast and crew of the movie heard a woman singing while they were shooting. But when they played the shooting recording again, they couldn’t hear of any sound whatsoever.
While shooting for Gunah at Mukesh Mill, Bipasha found it difficult to learn her lines in some of the rooms. Later on, another actress was shooting at the same time for a different film who started behaving like she was possessed. Bipasha heard that the other actress was taken to the hospital who lost her life there.
KARAN SINGH GROVER
Making it clear that he doesn’t believe in ghosts, KSG shared that he went through a supernatural experience while shooting for Alone. He says, “Some of the sequences are so real and so spooky that one actually starts feeling some presence around.”
The actor along with his friends was holidaying in Matheran and were the only one to stay at the hotel. They all went out of their rooms when they heard a man screaming loudly but found no one. He further described, “We shifted out of that hotel first thing in the morning to a hotel where there were other guests too apart from us.”
SOHA ALI KHAN
The gorgeous actress was shooting for Gangs of Ghosts when she heard noises out of empty rooms. Soon after the entire cast and crew packed their bags and left the location to avoid unwanted happenings.
NEIL NITIN MUKESH
The actor shared an experience that not him but one of the unit boys went through while they were shooting for a horror film. Neil had tweeted, “So we were shooting at this one location which apparently is supposed to be haunted! And the unit boys did experience a presence. One of our light boys came running complaining that someone was standing by his side. And passed right through him. At first, we thought he was joking trying to create sensation but then when he sat trembling like a leaf so when we sat and heard him out.”
RAM GOPAL VARMA
Making a horror film Bhoot, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma got very attached to the ghostly character Manjeet. So much that he saw him walking beside his bed at 3 in the night after the shoot. He also said that he heard the footsteps but couldn’t find anybody.
This senior choreographer shared a really spooky experience when she said that they heard noises of furniture shifting from a floor above theirs in a hotel. But soon after they learned from the reception that there was no floor above at all.