Vishal Furia gave a stunner of a horror film with Lapachhapi. That Marathi horror film was unlike any other horror film that either Bollywood or even Marathi cinema had seen. The director will be working on Bogie No. S4, his next horror film. Vishal Kapoor has written the script for Bogie No. S4. The script was selected for the BIFAN festival in Korea, (Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival) n. In an Instagram post, director Vishal Furia announced this was the only script to win two awards and the only Indian film to win awards at the Film Festival.
Received a special birthday gift from BiFAN in Korea, one of the biggest horror genre film festivals around the world!! My next film pitch 'Bogie No. S4' won two awards!! The second best pitch out of 26 other pitches from around the world and the Latin American Blood Window award. The only film project to win Two awards and the only Indian project to win awards. The film will roll this year soon with writer @thevishalkapoor with my producer @saugatayan and co-producer @indieyogesh. The time has come for the world to witness Great Indian Horror!! Be scared, very scared👹👹👹
Not much is known about the script. There’s no announcement about the cast too. But with Vishal’s previous project Lapachhapi starring talents like Usha Naik and Pooja Sawant, we are sure Vishal will have a casting coup. Interestingly, there have been a handful of times that an Indian film has been set in a train – The Burning Train comes to mind first. However, Horror has got its first train horror film with Train to Busan, that excellent Korean horror film.
Vishal’s Lapachhapi was well received and made several ‘must watch horror films’ in the past year. Vishal has experience working on the horror genre, and has worked on several projects on TV, including horror. In his previous exclusive interview with Saamri.Com, Vishal had revealed that he likes classic horror the work of directors like Del Toro. It’s interesting to see that Vishal’s project has been selected at a film festival too. In the same interview, Vishal had revealed that many film festivals didn’t want to screen a horror film, this was just a year ago. Looks like Indian horror and horror in general has come a long way.