‘Dybbuk – The Curse Is Real’ trailer was recently unveiled and it’s safe to say that the trailer has managed to bring the spook factor back. The movie stars Emraan Hashmi who back in the day has worked in some of the best horror movies. The trailer has been receiving a lot of praise from the fans and has made it to YouTube’s trending videos and you the spot it has occupied is not a coincidence!

Trailer of Dybbuk – The Curse Is Real has made it to YouTube’s trending list and it is on a spot which adds more scare to the already horror film. The film’s trailer has been trending at the number and according to a lot of cultures the number 13 is associated with ghosts and paranormal stuff. The film team and fans must be happy with this occurrence as it adds just that little bit of intrigue!

The film marks the digital debut of Emraan Hashmi and is all set to release on 29th October, 2021 on Amazon Prime Video. Written and Directed by Jay K, the upcoming Amazon Original film is the official remake of 2017 Malayalam blockbuster film – Ezra. The music is given by Clinton Cerejo.

Watch the trailer here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nD82ZhhZF_8

While keeping the Halloween spirit alive, the teaser sets the tone for the season of scare! Along with Emraan, who makes his return to his favourite horror genre, this film also features Nikita Dutta and Manav Kaul in prominent roles.

The spooky teaser sees Nikita’s character opening a Dybbuk box that has trouble written all over it, what follows next is a series of terrifying events that will keep the audiences at the edge of their seats. Get ready for the supernatural thriller as it leaves you with an unsettling mystery that looms ahead to unravel.

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