Here’s an insight into Ashwin Saravanan’s nail-biting thriller ‘Game Over’

Here’s an insight into Ashwin Saravanan’s nail-biting thriller ‘Game Over’: A wheelchair-bound Taapsee Pannu could be seen fighting an unseen demon in it

‘Game Over’ will have 3 versions when it comes to language i.e. Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Taapsee Pannu starrer ‘Game Over’ makers released the film’s teaser yesterday. And it will for sure keep you at the edge of your seat. This dark and nail-biting sequence doesn’t contain any dialogues but is still intriguing enough to make you wonder who or what is hounding Taapsee.

This 31 year female actress shared the teaser of her coming movie with her Twitter fanbase and captioned it with words, “We all have 2 lives…. the second one starts when we know there is only ONE left” Game Over Get ready to get some adrenaline rushing on “JUNE 14th 2019″ !!!”


The line that she mentioned in caption, is also a part of the teaser, that gives both the look and feel of a video game at several instances. The movie’s very name is in reference to the message a player gets when all their lives in a video game are exhausted- Game Over.

This 85 second teaser contains an intense background score with the ‘Naam Shabana’ actor reeling under immense fear and anxiety as someone appears to be after her to cause harm.

In this gripping clip, she could be seen sitting on wheelchair, right after she has lost the game. The very question that remains still unanswered is that whether the visible threat she is under is real, digital or a hallucination.

For the answer wait for the movie to hit the screens.

An Ashwin Saravanan directorial, it is a S. Sashikanth production. Earlier, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap had made a public announcement that he has joined hands with Reliance Entertainment and Y Not studios to co-present the Hindi version of ‘Game Over’. Anurag and Taapsee have worked last year in the hit ‘Manmarziyan’, that also starred Vicky Kaushal and Abhishek Bachchan.

Also Read: Taapsee Pannu’s Bang On Reply to a Troll Who Called Her The ‘Worst Looking Actress in Bollywood’


Gaurav Gupta

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