Kakuda goes on the floors

Kakuda goes on the floors

RSVP has announced its home-grown horror-comedy Kakuda. The Riteish Deshmukh, Sonakshi Sinha and Saqib Saleem-starrer, went on the floors on Tuesday (July 20). Kakuda also marks the Hindi directorial debut of filmmaker Aditya Sarpotdar, the man behind critically acclaimed Marathi films like —Classmates, Mauli and Faster Fene. Kakuda, with equal doses of comedy and spook, explores the legend of a strange curse in a village stuck in time. The eclectic trio is confronted with a challenging ghost, who makes them question superstition, tradition and even love in a rollercoaster ride filled with fear and fun.

Sonakshi Sinha says, “Considering the current situation, a fun comedy film is truly the need of the hour. I loved the script of Kakuda from the moment I read it.”

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