There is Murder 4 in the pipeline

The actor is confident that the appeal of the franchise will continue in its fourth instalment too.

Published: 14th May 2016 06:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th May 2016 06:50 AM   |  A+A-

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By BNS

With his latest film Azhar hitting the screens, Emraan Hashmi looks to consolidate his 2016 scoreboard with another franchise film from his home banner, Raaz 4, which casts him opposite yet another new girl, Kriti Kharbanda. 

Emraan informs, “The shooting of Raaz 4 is complete and we are looking for a September release. I am looking forward to the film.”   The actor is confident that the appeal of the franchise will continue in its fourth instalment too.

“We have not used much VFX as it does not evoke fear among the audiences now. We have tried to keep the things real because that is when horror is more immersive. VFX at times look fake. We have tried to keep things real and I don’t know if we would succeed in that or no as the same would be decided by the audiences.”

Buzz is that Emraan will also start another franchise offering with the Bhatts, Murder 4 but the actor demurs, “Right now, I have not signed any script after Raaz 4. I am reading many of them, but I have yet to sign them. There is Murder 4 in the pipeline but the script is still being written. There is a certain expectation from the Murder Franchise and I will green light the idea once I read the script and I know that this would make for a great Murder 4.”

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